April Fool’s Day concert brings music

PULLMAN – The WSU Madrigal Singers will present a concert of music, skits and laughs on April Fool’s Day, Tuesday, April 1. The free family-friendly event will be held at 8 p.m. in Bryan Hall in the WSU Pullman campus.  Highlights of the performance will include French dance music, Italian dance songs, English ballads, contemporary […]

Percussion ensemble performs free concert

PULLMAN  – The Washington State University Percussion Ensemble will present a free Halloween concert featuring musical works ranging from classical to bluegrass in the concert hall of the Kimbrough Music Building at 8 p.m. Oct. 31. In keeping with the spirit of the holiday, the concert will feature “frightening” surprises, as well as special guest […]

Yasinitsky, Barash to perform in recital at WSU

Washington State University flute instructor Ann Marie Yasinitsky and oboe professor Amarai Barash will be featured during a faculty recital Sept. 23 on the WSU campus. The 8 p.m. program is set for Bryan Hall Auditorium and is open to the public without charge. Yasinitsky, assisted by pianist Gerald Berthiaume, pianist Sheila Zilar and cellist […]

Phil Vassar to rock Beasley Coliseum

Up-and-coming country music superstar, Phil Vassar, performs at 7:30 p.m., May 1, at Beasley Coliseum, with special guest, Coltrain. Vassar’s popularity began with his self-titled 2000 Arista Nashville debut. That album yielded the number-one single “Just Another Day in Paradise,” as well as five top-ten hits, including his latest, “This is God.” He has earned […]

Playwright, poet Meloncon to perform at Daggy Hall

Noted playwright and poet Thomas Meloncon, whose artistry dissect society’s ills and suggest alternatives, will perform “Straight from the Heart of Thomas Meloncon” at 7 p.m., Feb. 11, in Jones Theatre of Daggy Hall. Meloncon will read poems and excerpts from his plays while WSU students perform interpretive dance and music. Meloncon has published a […]