Reesa Nelson

In the Footsteps of Giants: J-term Study Away in Europe

Vienna, Salzburg, Leipzig, Berlin and Prague are cities rich with musical history and tradition. Vienna is often called the “Capital of Classical Music.” This one small area was the central location for many of the finest musicians of the 17th, 18th, 19th and 20th centuries.…

Regency Voices on KING FM’s NW Focus Live

Liederabend: An Evening of Song Tune your radio dial to 98.1 FM or listen online this Friday, November 8 at 8 PM as the PLU Regency Voices ensemble performs live on air for KING FM’s NW Focus Live weekly radio program. Regency Voices has assembled…

Dr. Edwin Powell Selected to Join WMEA’s Hall of Fame

Hearty congratulations to our own Dr. Edwin Powell, Director of Bands and Professor of Music, on his selection for the 2020 class of the Washington Music Educators Association Hall of Fame . Honorees are selected every other year by their teaching peers and inducted at the…

PLU’s Choral Union presents Mozart’s Requiem

Join us Saturday, November 9 at 8 PM as the Pacific Lutheran University Choral Union presents Mozart’s Requiem in Lagerquist Concert Hall. PLU’s Choral Union is one of the outstanding community choruses in the United States. The choir was established in 1984 to create a…

Shining a Light on Female-Identifying Jazz Composers

The University Jazz Ensemble , a 19-piece performing group, will present the concert A Tribute to Women Composers on Friday, November 8, 2019 at 8 PM. Featuring the work of five female jazz composers, the concert will be held in Eastvold Auditorium in the Karen…