Ryan Dudenbostel

Western’s Music Department will showcase one of the most influential pieces of music of the past 50 years, “Music for 18 Musicians,” at 7:30  p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 21 in the Performing Arts Center’s Concert Hall.

The performance is free and open to the public.

Join WWU Music faculty members Heather Dudenbostel, Ryan Dudenbostel, and Jay Rozendaal for a fully staged performance of Ricky Ian Gordon's genre-bending setting of the ancient Greek myth of Orpheus and Euridice. The story's timeless themes of devoted love and the…

This month’s show is hosted by Chris Roselli of the WWU Alumni Association and Anna Magidson, a student at Western. Following is the story lineup for this episode:

1. Western Expands Downtown– Take a look at Western’s new downtown offices in the Herald building. The new location is…

The Western Washington University Symphony Orchestra is offering a free evening of orchestral music Monday, March 9, in the Performing Arts Center Concert Hall.

The program will feature the "Academic Festival Overture" of Brahms, Igor Stravinsky's sparkling paraphrase of…

The Western Washington University Symphony Orchestra will perform a free concert at 8 p.m. Monday, Feb. 2, in the Performing Arts Center Concert Hall on campus.

The evening of music will feature the WWU Advanced Women's Choir and horn professor Gustavo Camacho, an assistant…

The Marrowstone Summer Music Festival begins today on the Western Washington University campus. Concerts begin Thursday, July 31.

The festival, founded in 1943, is the largest and most comprehensive summer orchestra training program in the Pacific Northwest. More than 200 musicians, aged…

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