Check out the LSU Music 2016-17 season! Purchase tickets online or call 225-578-5128.
For their Spring 2017 concert, the LSU A Cappella Choir, under the direction of Dr. John Dickson, will continue their tradition of offering beautiful choral music.
The rafters of St Alban’s Chapel will reverberate the beautiful voices of the LSU Tiger Glee Club and Women’s Chorale singing music to make the stained glass figures smile.
“Cinema for the Ears” will feature compositions by Paul Koonce, headliner composer of Rotorelief, LSU’s Edgar Berdahl, Jesse Allison and Stephen David Beck.
LSU faculty members Lin He, violin and Gregory Sioles, piano will perform the complete Sonatas for Violin and Piano by Ludwig van Beethoven in a series of three concerts during the 2016/2017 academic year. The March 12th concert will focus on Sonatas # 1, 9 and 10.
A program of classical music performed by the LSU Wind Ensemble and conducted by LSU music graduate students.
Darrel Hale’s “Mostly Borrowed Voices” recital will feature works by Bizet, Schumann, Vaughan-Williams, C.P.E Bach, and Nussio.
The LSU Philharmonia, a chamber orchestra, will perform classical pieces sure to inspire and delight the concert listener.
Guitar and violin is a beautiful combination. Come hear guest guitarist, Gregg Nestor, and LSU violinist, Lin He, perform compositions by Gabriel Faure, Maurice Ravel, Manuel Ponce, Heitor Villa-Lobos, Francis Poulenc, Erich Wolfgang Korngold, Mario Castelnuono-Tedesco and Aaron Copeland.
Yung-Chiao Wei will delight the audience by performing Bach’s Cello Suite and Dinos Constantinides’s Concerto.
Espen Lilleslatten, violin and Michael Gurt, piano will perform a Scandinavian program including Grieg’s Sonata G major, Sibelius’ 4 Humoreques, and some pieces by Halvorsen.
A recital from LSU EMDM Studio’s experimental music program showcasing all things envisioned, composed, programmed and fabricated for this adventurous musical experience.
The High Voltage Concert, as part of the Red Stick International Festival, explores the intersection of technology and culture via live performers, electroacoustic instruments, and interactive technology amplified to a higher plane. For information, go to redstickfestival.org.