The Kibbie Dome will ring with hundreds of voices from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday. Elementary, junior high and high school choirs will come together alongside a variety of University of Idaho ensembles to put on two hours of nonstop music.
A large committee of voters came together to create a commendable list of deserving nominees. What a strange sentence to write in 2017. The Recording Academy voters released their list of nominees for Grammy awards Tuesday and the result was close to a best-case scenario. Unlike most years, there were few egregious snubs and […]
Christmas is looking a little bit different at the University of Idaho this year, at least for the Theatre Arts Department.
Some of the best-known names in the jazz world will take the stage for University of Idaho’s 2018 Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival Feb. 23 and Feb. 24.
Some of the best-known names in the jazz world will take the stage for University of Idaho’s 2018 Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival Feb. 23 and Feb. 24. Jazz group Joey DeFrancesco + The People were announced in October as the headlining performers for the festival. The group will perform Feb. 24. DeFrancesco, who plays the […]
What happens when you combine an accordion, oboe, cello, violin and operatic tenor vocals? Audience members at the next installment of the Auditorium Chamber Music Series (ACMS) featuring Quartetto Gelato will find out at 7:30pm Nov. 7 when the “eclectic” group takes the stage in the UI Administration Building Auditorium.
Michigan rapper Nathan Feuerstein, also known as NF, recently released his third album, “Perception.” NF’s music is always an intense mix of meaningful lyrics and bone-chilling beats that enhance his all around work, and “Perception” is no different. He never leaves his bars on the surface, but instead dives deeper into his mindset with each […]
EDM artist Vanic performed for hundreds of Vandals and community members at 11 p.m. Nov. 3, as part of Vandal Entertainment’s yearly EDM concert series.
University of Idaho’s tuba-euphonium studio will present “Tubaween” at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Haddock Performance Hall of the Lionel Hampton School of Music.
After organizing a successful concert in February featuring Illenium and Jenaux, ASUI Vandal Entertainment Small Concert Director, Aria Horowitz, is working to bring students together for another musical experience.
Wednesday nights at the Moose Lodge are usually filled with music and country swing dancing, but this Wednesday there will be a little bit more. Washington State University College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences (CAHNRS) is partnering with Palouse Country Swing Night to host “Swing Dance for Hunger” at 9 p.m. Wednesday in […]
This Saturday and Sunday, Humble Burger will host the first ever Modest Music Fest in downtown Moscow, with performances taking place at various locations.
Freshman Vandal Marching Band member Emily Branham was first introduced to playing music at a very young age at her arts-oriented elementary school in Detroit, Michigan. She began playing the flute in fifth grade. However, Branham said it wasn’t until many years later that she grew to love the instrument and, when that day came, […]
Many children have no idea what they want to be when they grow up, but for Dan Auerbach, music has always been a way of life. Auerbach, assistant professor of music at the College of Stanton Island, will be teaching a free masterclass Monday, Sept. 25 at 2:30 p.m. in the Lionel Hampton School of […]
It’s uncommon to see many cafes opened past 6 p.m. on any given night, but after 9:30 p.m. Saturday Sept. 16, Bucer’s Coffeehouse Pub is filled with the sounds of a crowd softly singing along to local guitarist Eric E.’s cover of “Hey There Delilah.”
When Josh Shpak was nine years old he picked up a trumpet for the first time, and by the time he was in the seventh grade, he knew there was nothing he would rather do with his life than play music. Shpak, an accomplished trumpeter, composer and bandleader, will be competing in the 2017 Carmine […]
University of Idaho senior Claire Majors didn’t set out to travel thousands of miles across continents when she signed up for the UI Humanitarian Engineering Corps (UI-HEC) at Palousafest three years ago. “They caught my attention with a big map of Bolivia they had at the table,” Majors said.
Film and TV present more than just the opportunity for entertainment — they present stories as a medium for relating and connecting with others. For as long as film and TV have existed, they have opened the door for depicting human experiences. Unfortunately, though, the demographics represented place unexpected limitations on an audience’s ability to […]
Plaedo Wellman was concerned as he introduced himself to the audience at One World Cafe Aug. 31. The self-described “story-telling hippie hop philosopher” needed to improvise — his usual act appeared to be thwarted by a faulty sound system. The crowd anticipated a mind-expanding evening of music and poetry from Wellman, who uses a variety […]
Renowned rapper Kendrick Lamar has revealed his latest album, “DAMN.,” does, as many suspected, have a double meaning. In an interview with MTV News Thursday, Lamar said his album can be played backwards to tell a different story. His statement finally, albeit quite belatedly, laid rumors of a second album to rest. “You listen from […]
My favorite part about summer is the weather. As a runner, winter is awful. I hate treadmills and gyms, so I usually stop working out during the winter. Once spring and summer roll around, I’m ready to hit the trails again. A good run is only enhanced by the soundtrack.
UI Screen on the Green returns to campus The University of Idaho began its summer movies series, Screen on the Green, June 15 with “Beauty and the Beast.”
On June 3, the Moscow Farmers Market bustled with people. Blues music played, and blissful feelings spread around. The morning was cool, with the sun shining and a small breeze blowing. The Farmers Market is a popular summer to fall tradition held on Moscow Main Street every Saturday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The dancer leaned to the side and slowly arched her arm away, fingers fixed in an ancient symbol. She smiled at her audience and stomped to the growing intensity of the music. She was one of many dancers who performed at India Night 2017 in the Bruce Pitman Center Saturday evening.
Since Vandal Entertainment (VE) chose Post Malone as the University of Idaho Finals Fest headliner, the hip-hop artist has grown in popularity. “I honestly think that this will kind of be like a Macklemore year, where we booked him before he blew up,” Board Chair of VE Camille Awbrey said.