The Lab School: Strings will provide instruction in violin, viola, or cello to children 4 to 17 years old.
Volunteers will help UWindsor retirees take delivery of groceries and other necessities during pandemic precautions.
Soprano Wenxian Lyu will perform in recital June 9 with flutists Jonathan Bayley and Natalie Dorion, pianist Yang Chen, and organist David Palmer.
The UWindsor Chamber Choir will perform today for the Ontario Music Educators’ Association.
An exchange of teacher candidates with China ensures future educators are better equipped to teach new immigrants in Canadian schools.
A number of UWindsor students and faculty will be among the featured performers during Flute-Palooza, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, February 7, at Assumption University Chapel.
One of Canada’s leading musical talents, Robert Aitken, will perform solo, join professors Jaime Wagner and Jonathan Bayley in a flute trio, and conduct a massed choir of 50 flutes composed of elementary, high school and university students.
The School of Music is offering DailyNews readers a chance to win two free tickets to the University Wind Ensemble’s fall concert, Friday, November 25, at 7:30 p.m., in Assumption University Chapel.
Admission is $15, with a student rate of $5. Order tickets by phone at 519-253-3000, ext. 4212, or purchase online at www.uwindsor.ca/music. Tickets also available at the door. Find more information on the music Web site.
Flutist Jonathan Bayley will take centre stage for Stephen Bulla’s Rhapsody for Flute during the University Wind Ensemble’s fall concert, Friday, November 25.
Dr. Bayley is an associate professor in the Faculty of Education and a former director of the School of Music. He taught flute at Alberta College Conservatory of Music for 15 years.
The ensemble, directed by Ric Moor, will perform a program that ranges from spirituals to military music, from pop to classical works. It includes a composition by UWindsor alumna Shelley Marwood titled “On a Whim.”