Music

Pedal power

Wright State music education alumnus Mike Bisig finds a new kind of rhythm with an indoor bicycle park

Wright State graduate Mike Bisig moved from a career teaching music to operating an indoor bike park in downtown Dayton. Continue reading

Wright State School of Music to begin offering performance specialist certificates

Advanced musicians seeking intensive study in instrumental, piano or vocal can earn performance certificates from the School of Music. Continue reading

Hitting the high notes

Honors and performances pile up for Wright State piano and percussion student Jackson Riffle

Jackson Riffle, who majors in music performance, has performed with symphonies and at music festivals, composed music and won numerous awards. Continue reading

Supporting our shining stars

Cincinnati Bell signs on as presenting sponsor for ArtsGala 2021

The ArtsGala host committee is working closely with Cincinnati Bell and the other sponsors to plan a memorable evening on April 17, 2021. Continue reading

Symphony of sound

The Wright State University Chamber String Orchestra performed publicly for the first time this academic year during a special performance in the Student Union Atrium. Continue reading

Chamber String Orchestra will present its first concert of Fall Semester

The Wright State University Chamber String Orchestra will present a special performance on Oct. 6 at 3:30 p.m. in the Student Union Atrium. Continue reading

In the bag

Wright State violin student Katie West was runner-up in a national grocery bagging championship

Katie West, who majors in violin performance and music education and works at Dorothy Lane Market, was runner-up in a national grocery bagging competition. Continue reading

Wright State piano student David Chi-Tou Lao takes top honor in two statewide piano competitions

David Chi-Tou Lao, a piano performance major in the School of Music, bested competitors from a total of 11 universities and conservatories in the state competitions. Continue reading

ArtsUNgala generates scholarship support for students

$150,000 raised for students in the fine and performing arts

Sponsors, patrons, community members, faculty and staff generously contributed to ArtsGala even after the event was canceled. Continue reading

Seraph Brass to mark Wright State’s suffrage celebration with classes, recital

Seraph Brass will give a recital performance on March 10 at 8 p.m. in Schuster Hall in the Creative Arts Center. Continue reading