After some time away on assignment Jian returns with a great week of shows. Scheduled this week on Q. Musical duo Broken Bells, actress Taylor Schilling, John Carter Cash, Canadian singer Coeur de pirate, writers of color.
Some members of the MTSU community will be spending their spring break helping the greater Murfreesboro community.
Volunteers are being recruited to help clean up Sinking Creek and the adjacent wetland between McAlister’s Deli and Murfreesboro Animal Clinic at 1616 Memorial Blvd. from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday, March 11.
The project seeks to remove trash and debris that are clogging the stream. Volunteers will need to bring gloves, work boots, bottled water and snacks, sunscreen, bug spray and waders, if available.
On Wed. March 19, Ken Scott and Brian Kehew will be on campus to discuss "Recording the Beatles at Abbey Road Studios." Their lecture will be at the KUC Theater at 7 pm. It is free and open to the public.
KEN SCOTT is a legendary producer/engineer who has crafted best-selling albums with the Beatles, David Bowie, Supertramp, Elton John, The Tubes and many others during his tenure at Abbey Road/EMI and Trident Studios in London.
An acclaimed MTSU School of Music alumnus will make his Carnegie Hall debut Thursday night.
Matt Palmer, a Tennessee native who now teaches classical guitar in Bowie, Md., will be presented during the D'Addario Performance Series in a special concert in the hallowed New York City venue. The concert is set in the Weill Recital Hall at 8 p.m. Eastern time Thursday, Feb. 27.
Palmer, a 2003 magna cum laude graduate of MTSU with a Bachelor of Music degree, is the only American musician to be presented this season on the D'Addario Performance Series at Carnegie Hall.