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Moore Musical Arts Center

Classrooms, practice rooms, rehearsal and performance spaces comprise the Moore Musical Arts Center. The administrative and advising offices for the College of Musical Arts also are located in the building.  Kobacker Hall and Bryan Recital Hall are the two main performance spaces where the majority of musical and cultural events are presented.

Moore Musical Arts Center, Bowling Green, OH 43403

Phone

(419) 372-2181

Website

bgsu.edu

Twitter

@https://twitter.com/BGSUCMA

Upcoming Events

Small Ensemble: Chamber Jazz Ensembles

Small Ensemble: Chamber Jazz Ensembles

Student chamber jazz ensembles will perform. This event is free and open to the public. PROGRAM TBA

10/19 8pm
42nd Annual New Music Festival: Augusta Read Thomas, Composer Lecture

42nd Annual New Music Festival: Augusta Read...

42nd Annual New Music Festival hosts guest composer Augusta Read Thomas. She will be discussing her compositions and techniques in this lecture. Free and...

10/21 1:30pm
42nd Annual New Music Festival: Concert 1

42nd Annual New Music Festival: Concert 1

The first concert of the 42nd Annual New Music Festival will take place in Kobacker Hall on October 21 at 3:30 p.m. This event is free and open to the...

10/21 3:30pm
42nd Annual New Music Festival: BGSU Wind Symphony

42nd Annual New Music Festival: BGSU Wind Symphony

The second concert of the 42nd Annual New Music Festival will take place in Kobacker Hall on October 21 at 8 p.m., and will feature the BGSU Wind Symphony....

10/21 8pm
42nd Annual New Music Festival: Concert 3

42nd Annual New Music Festival: Concert 3

The third concert of the 42nd Annual New Music Festival will take place in Kobacker Hall on October 22 at 2:30 p.m. This event is free and open to the...

10/22 2:30pm

Recent Events

Concert Band

10/8/2021

Recent Activity

Frances Brent

Frances Brent left a positive review 2/18/2020

The choice of music was eclectic and wonderful. Baroque is a favorite period, and I have added some new composers to the playlist.
Also enjoyed the the instrument combination. The bassoon was delightful and the trombone made us smile. The harpsichord , well , masterfully done. Lovely ensembles.
Ms. Misses is to be commended for her choice of music, her gathering of musicians and her musicality, she created a very happy and beautiful evening to be treasured.

Wish it was not so difficult for mere human beings to get information about this series. NOBODY knows about it, and I have labored mightily to figure out the system. Somebody needs to juice up the outreach.

Mario Baker

Mario Baker left a positive review 2/14/2020

Great job!

Amy Fry

Amy Fry left a positive review 1/28/2020

This was such a wonderful recital. I'm glad it was so well-attended. It was an especial treat to hear the Brahms trio - you don't get to hear chamber music like that all the time. It was beautiful, and you could tell the musicians really enjoyed sharing it with us.

Katrina Benson

Katrina Benson left a positive review 11/6/2019

This was wonderful and I deeply appreciate the BGSU brought a Caribbean artist to campus.

Anna Kubitz

Anna Kubitz left a positive review 10/12/2019

The pieces that were presented were wonderful and the performers were great! The background on the series and spoken pieces were also very insightful.

Troy Stauffer

Troy Stauffer left a positive review 10/10/2019

So good

Keith Phares

Keith Phares left a positive review 9/19/2019

Wonderful. You don't often see performers taking risks like these.

Joan Eckermann

Joan Eckermann left a positive review 2/7/2019

The concert was a delightful educational experience. I'm now a fan of Apollo's Fire!

Frances Brent

Frances Brent left a positive review 2/5/2019

Delightful! Couldn’t have been happier! Watching professional musicians do their thing to make the beautiful even better is just plain fun! Thank you for the opportunity.

Frances Brent

Frances Brent left a positive review 10/20/2018

Enjoyed Puppet performance but Sha Sha. As a friend said afterwards, “what did we just see?” Not sure, but it was beautiful, moving and engaging.