After wowing the audience and the jury with her performance this spring at the Echkardt-Gramatté National Music Competition, McKenzie Warriner returns to conclude her winner’s tour with a pro series performance on Tuesday.
The Brandon University community has stepped up to assist several students left homeless after a downtown fire, now blamed on arson.
Five BU students were living in an apartment complex on 12th Street that burned to the ground early Monday morning.
When it comes to prices, you can’t beat free. Now combine that with a quality education!
Brandon University will host a local business conference, titled “Reimagining Entrepreneurship,” this Friday, November 24, 2023, at the university’s campus. As Canada”s Finest Regional University, Brandon University is thrilled to bring together local business leaders, entrepreneurs, and scholars to explore innovative solutions and celebrate the resilience of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the face of unprecedented challenges.
Award-winning Cree composer Andrew Balfour brings his Truth and Reconciliation project Nôtinikêw (Going to War) to Brandon University (BU) this week as Artist-in-Residence.
The Brandon University Jazz Festival is ready for early-bird registration.
The 2024 edition of the BU Jazz Festival will take place March 14–16, and will welcome both new and returning guest artists, adjudicators and, of course, students and directors to the BU School of Music.
We are shining a light on violence.
November is Domestic Violence Awareness month.
East meets West as the Huu Bac Quintet brings an eclectic mix of contemporary jazz and the traditional music of Peru, China and Vietnam to Brandon University’s (BU’s) Lorne Watson Recital Hall on Thursday, Nov. 9.
Research and graduate studies will get new prominence at the highest levels of administration at Brandon University (BU), with the appointment of a new member of the senior leadership team. Dr. Bernadette Ardelli has been appointed to the newly created role of Vice-President (Research and Graduate Studies).
A highly decorated Canadian string quartet will visit Brandon University (BU) this week for a “plucky” performance.
The New Orford String Quartet will perform at the Lorne Watson Recital Hall on Friday at 7:30 p.m., as part of the School of Music’s pro series.