Color and music go hand in hand—see how, by experiencing a colorful collage of band music with the MNU Concert Band’s first performance of the semester.
Come enjoy the Kansas City Gospel Band as they play sacred songs by notable composers including Ralph Carmichael, Chris McDonald, and Jerry Nelson.
This fun musical is about the fight for better compensation for workers at the Sleep-Tite Pajama Factory and the stormy relationship between the head of the union grievance committee and the factory superintendent.
The 5th Annual Java Jazz is your opportunity to hear some great jazz by the MNU Jazz Ensemble, relax in a comfy chair, and enjoy a warm beverage and dessert.
An emblem is defined as an object that serves as a symbol for a nation, organization, or family. This concert features some “emblems” of the concert band repertoire, including Holst’s Second Suite in F, Elgar’s Enigma Variations arranged for band by Earl Slocumb, and several others.
Enjoy an evening of short one act plays directed by students in our Directing and Play Production class! A variety of styles from comedy to drama are sure to please!