"Where the River Bends," composed by William Campbell
Associate Professor William Campbell's work is based on a hymn by Saint Ambrose
Music department explores project theme
The $5 million Stradivarius violin was stolen—and recovered—in a classic cops and robbers tale.
St. Ambrose University wants to help you celebrate the most peaceful and joyous advent and holiday season ever.
A new venue for the popular Christmas event puts musicians, singers on a bigger stage.
Enjoy several concerts in the first week of March!
Canadian-born Indian musician Kiran Ahluwalai will perform in concert on Nov. 9
SAU's sweet-sounding vocal jazz group
St. Ambrose students selected for the Iowa Collegiate Honor Band.
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Pradhanica explores how rhythm unites dance and music. Fast-paced footwork, dizzying spins, and dynamic drumming come together in this contemporary presentation of the Indian classical dance form of Kathak.
A concert featuring the SAU Symphonic Band and the Jazz Ensemble
Beautiful music performed by the University Chorale, Chamber Singers, Bee Sharp and STAMVOJA vocal ensembles
Grammy award-winning artist Terrance Simien, 8th generation Louisiana Creole, has been shattering the myths about what his indigenous Zydeco roots music is and is not through his Zydeco Experience band.