Rachel Chang said she had only recently started engaging in the Lawrence music community and was not very familiar with the scene. But her demo wowed judges at the MixMaster Music Conference on Saturday.
The MixMaster Music Conference invites all people who are passionate about the music industry to come learn and make connections, regardless of their experience or lack thereof.
It’s going to be a musical weekend in Lawrence as the Kaw River Roots Festival and Kansas State Fiddling and Picking Championships both return.
Lawrence band Carswell & Hope, with special guest vocalist Kirsten Paludan, will perform at their second annual Valentine’s Day Slow Dance Party on Tuesday, and those seeking a romantic night out are welcome.
Renowned folk trio The Refugees will soon share their harmonic music in Lawrence for the first time.
A group of musicians are joining together to continue a local Christmas Eve tradition, throwing it back to the ‘50s through the ‘80s with a night of funk, soul and R&B jams.
Lovers of the Lawrence music scene are cordially invited to an inaugural holiday party and game night, featuring a “smorgasbord of local musical talent.”
Musical Jayhawks of the KU School of Music will bring back two annual traditions next week with the Vespers and Jazz Vespers programs.
A multimedia concert event at the Lied Center of Kansas on Wednesday will take audience members on a live musical journey through the music of the civil rights era.
KU Jazz Studies program students and alumni will perform in concerts Friday and Saturday celebrating five decades of the university’s “official” jazz program.
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