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The 2019 competition, held last weekend at Singletary Center for the Arts, awarded more than $740,000 in prizes to prospective UK Opera Theatre students.
Whether it is a Ralph Steadman retrospective that USA Today deemed one of the nation’s best exhibits of winter or a mail art exhibition from the nation’s capital, UK Art Museum has a show on display for you.
UK Percussion Group will perform a free public concert with five of its distinguished alumni 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 7, at the Singletary Center for the Arts Recital Hall.
When William H. McCann entered UK's theatre department to pursue a master's degree, he was already 55 years old. This month, the playwright will celebrate two premieres of his work and a reading of a third.
UK School of Music will host the prestigious National Trumpet Competition March 14-16, in Lexington. As part of the competition, more than 700 of the country’s best trumpeters from middle to graduate school age will descend on the Bluegrass.
UK Opera Theatre will present Giacomo Puccini’s masterpiece “Madama Butterfly” March 1-3, at Singletary Center. Leading up to the production, free public lectures and a round table discussion related to the opera will be offered.
Fourteen UK Men’s Chorus members have been selected for the American Choral Directors Association National Men’s Honor Choir, which will perform in Kansas City from Feb. 27-March 2.
UK Choristers will once again enchant audiences with their annual performance of “A Night on Broadway” March 22-23, at the Gatton Student Center Ballroom. Tickets are on sale now for the popular campus concert.
UK Symphony Orchestra will continue its centennial concert season with side-by-side performances with the acclaimed Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet Feb. 20, at the Singletary Center for the Arts. The concert will be preceded by a recital by the celebrated wind ensemble Feb. 19.
The three Magrath sisters had a troubled childhood in Hazlehurst, Mississippi. Now, as young adults with relationship issues and failed careers, these sisters remind the audience of the importance of family. UK Department of Theatre and Dance brings this tragicomedy to life Feb. 14-17, at the Briggs Theatre.
Looking for a special treat the weekend after Valentine’s Day? UK Friends of Music invites you to an evening of live jazz, refreshments and fun at the Valentine's Day Salon Feb. 17, at the Gatton Student Center.
UK Department of Theatre and Dance brings the troubled pasts of the Magrath sisters to light onstage with its production of "Crimes of the Heart" Feb. 14-17, at the Briggs Theatre.
UK's Allan Richards, associate professor of art education, has been elected world councilor for the North American region of the International Society for Education through Art.
Singletary Center for the Arts will present the globally celebrated Canadian Brass in a performance with the UK Wind Symphony 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 2.
From the pages of Hunter S. Thompson’s work and The New York Times to classics like “Alice in Wonderland,” visual storyteller Ralph Steadman has made an undeniable mark on the world of illustration. Art enthusiasts will be treated to an exhibition of works from the artist’s 65-year career as the UK Art Museum brings “Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective” to the Bluegrass Feb. 16-May 5.
Are you too busy to find a way to be creative this new year? Let UK Fine Arts Institute help you find your creative spark with noncredit art classes and workshops designed for adults with busy schedules.
UK Department of Theatre and Dance will use its eighth annual dance concert to present thoughts on such complex issues from immigration to marriage equality in “Louder Than Words,” Jan. 24 - 27, at the Pam Miller Downtown Arts Center.
UK School of Music welcomes cellist Colin Carr to campus for a masterclasss and free public concert of music by Johann Sebastian Bach Jan. 22.
UK Art Museum in partnership with the UK School of Art and Visual Studies will present a free hands-on workshop on how to use a small proofing press and a Risograph machine through Jan. 19, at the museum.
UK Department of Theatre and Dance students will take to the stage later this month for "Louder Than Words," Jan. 24-27, at the Pam Miller Downtown Arts Center.