- April 20, 2023
Mason Artist-in-Residence Indigenous Enterprise Leads Events Across Campus and Community
- GRAMMY Award-winning Silkroad Ensemble Launched Three-year Residency at Mason with Events Across Campus and BeyondMarch 1, 2023
The GRAMMY Award-winning Silkroad Ensemble debuted their newest program, Uplifted Voices, at the Center for the Arts on January 29, launching their multi-year participation as a Mason Artist-in-Residence. Championing women and non-binary members of the Silkroad Ensemble, alongside special guest Tuscarora/Taíno musician Pura Fé, Uplifted Voices featured a musical tapestry connecting the sounds and rhythms of indigenous North America to the World. Silkroad Ensemble’s radical cultural collaboration seeks to build bridges of understanding to combat fear and build a more hopeful and inclusive world.
- January 25, 2023
Silkroad Ensemble's performance on January 29 marks the launch of a three-year residency with the Center for the Arts, during which they will engage the community through a variety of events, classes, and discussions.
- January 12, 2023
Check out this Q&A with Silkroad member and cellist/composer Karen Ouzounian, whose playing The New York Times has described as “radiant” and “expressive.”
- November 30, 2022
Mason School of Dance students collaborate with Doug Varone and Dancers in upcoming performances
- December 1, 2022
The GRAMMY Award-winning Silkroad Ensemble, founded by cellist Yo-Yo Ma and now under the Artistic Direction of Rhiannon Giddens, debuts their newest program Uplifted Voices at the Center on January 29, as part of their multi-year participation as a Mason Artist-in-Residence.
- Mason Artists-in-Residence Nrityagram Dance Ensemble and Chitrasena Dance Company Lead Campus & Community EventsOctober 24, 2022
Mason Artists-in-Residence Nrityagram Dance Ensemble and Chitrasena Dance Company Lead Campus/Community Events in Addition to their Nov. 5 Center for the Arts Performance
- October 10, 2022
On October 10, the Center for the Arts honors Indigenous Peoples’ Day, and looks forward to upcoming performances this season by Pura Fé with Silkroad Ensemble and Indigenous Enterprise.
- GRAMMY-winning Composer and Mason Artist-in-Residence Maria Schneider Led Events Across Mason CampusesMay 12, 2022
GRAMMY-winning composer and Mason Artist-in-Residence Maria Schneider worked with students, faculty, staff, and community members during her April 2022 residency at the Center for the Arts.