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NMU Orchestra ends semester with final concert with guest artist

Justin Van't Hof, Editor in Chief April 18, 2022

The NMU Orchestra is presenting its final concert of the semester featuring guest artist Craig Randal Johnson. The free concert will take place at Reynolds Recital Hall on Tuesday, April 19 at 7:30 p.m....

Bryce Vine welcomed back to NMU for concert

Bryce Vine welcomed back to NMU for concert

Hannah Smith, Contributing writer April 4, 2022

California rapper and singer Bryce Vine will return to Northern Michigan University in early April for the first major event sponsored by Northern Arts and Entertainment in two years since the onset of...

JAZZ FEST - Mike Tomaro is the Director of Jazz Studies at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, PA and a well known saxophonist as well as composer. He is the guest artist at this year’s NMU Jazz Festival and has written original music for his performance with NMU students on Friday, March 25.

Jazz Fest returns to NMU with original music

Olivia Apa, Staff Writer March 25, 2022

Live music is returning to Northern’s campus this week through the NMU Jazz Festival, in-person after a two year long hiatus.  The NMU Jazz Festival is an annual educational event that has been going...

Orchestral flutist to perform at Reynolds

Orchestral flutist to perform at Reynolds

Akasha Khalsa, Opinion Editor February 6, 2022
Music enthusiasts will want to keep an eye on the calendar. As part of the upcoming series of concerts in the Reynold’s Recital Hall this semester, NMU will be bringing orchestral flutist Adam Sadberry to perform for students and community members.
HISTORICAL HYMNS— Pictured Anthony Brown performing for the fall 2019 showcase on labor. This event is meant to observe the industries and issues the workers had when they first came to the U.P. The performance will be played at the virtual event running from April 9 to April 30.

Beaumier Center showcases historical U.P. industry through performance

Sophia Huhta April 8, 2021

As part of its showcase on labor in the Upper Peninsula, the Beaumier Upper Peninsula Heritage Center will host an online concert beginning Friday, on the life of Paul Robeson, a famous African American...

HOT SUMMER SENSATION—Megan Pete, known on stage as Megan Thee Stallion, will bring the female rap phenomenon to NMU on Nov. 17 for a concert brought by Northern Arts and Entertainment.

Stallion to storm Vandament

Elliot Hiselma November 7, 2019

Rap fans, be on the lookout. One of this summer’s top artists, Megan Thee Stallion, will brace the Wildcat stage with her electric tunes and her overnight hit single “Hot Girl Summer.”  Brought...

Killin it with hip-hop

Killin’ it with hip-hop

Isabelle Tavares October 24, 2019

Attendees at the Ghostface Killah concert should “protect ya neck.” This phrase comes from ‘90s hip-hop group Wu Tang Clan, of which headliner artist Ghostface Killah was a former member. Killah,...

Photo courtesy of Northern Arts & Entertainment: Contemporary rapper Lil Yachty has described his music style as “bubblegum trap.” He will perform on campus at 7 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 8.

Lil Yachty sets sail to Marquette for concert

Trevor Drew November 30, 2017

Contemporary ‘bubblegum trap’ hip-hop artist to perform at Berry Events Center The Atlanta-born rapper, singer and record producer Lil Yachty, known for his catchy music style he calls “bubblegum...

‘Idol’ winner performs for sold-out Vandament

Nolan Krebs April 11, 2013

It’s been almost a month since tickets sold out, but “American Idol” winner and singer-songwriter Phillip Phillips will perform for a full house at the Vandament Arena on Sunday, April 14. Graduate...

‘Heart Strings’ concert features guest musicians

Nick Brown February 7, 2013

Around this time of year, U.P. residents might be looking for a way to stave off the cabin fever due to the subzero temperatures, vicious winds and overcast skies — all of which can make the great outdoors...

NMU Orchestra prepares new material for joint concert

Nolan Krebs October 25, 2012

Some residents of Marquette would say that there’s a price to be paid for living in a place known for its geographic isolation: less than frequent visitors. When a friend comes to town, it’s often...

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