The King’s Singers, a six-member group from King’s College, Cambridge, came to Foellinger Great Hall on Tuesday and gave a concert called “Finding Harmony.” This event was, in their own words, an effort, “… to use their art form, singing, as a tool to find unity in a world that feels more fr…

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URBANA — If you’ve ever enjoyed listening to improvisational and avant garde jazz, Balinese gamelan, Spanish flamenco, music from Mali or the sounds of instruments made from recycled materials, right here in Champaign-Urbana, then you probably have Jason Finkelman to thank.

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The Sinfonia da Camera concert on Oct. 19 was dedicated to two longtime supporters of the orchestra who had passed away recently: Howard Osborn, professor of mathematics, and Robert Bartlett Riley, professor of landscape architecture, both at the University of Illinois.

With Illinois football on the road at Purdue on Saturday, Memorial Stadium will be packed with musicians participating in the annual Illinois Marching Bands Championships.

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In conjunction with University of Illinois homecoming weekend, Hua Nian of Urbana, whose son is a member of the Marching Illini is showing her artwork about the band this week at the Harding Band Building.

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Carl Orff’s most famous piece, “Carmina Burana,” (“Songs of Beuern”) begins with a chorus “Fortune, Empress of the World,” which depicts mankind afflicted by the fickle moods of Lady Luck, one minute up and the next moment, in the depths.