MSU Faculty Recital Series

Monthly Specials

Live broadcasts from the campus of Michigan State University, featuring performances by MSU College of Music faculty. Listen Live online on 90.5 WKAR and WKAR Classical at the scheduled concert date and time.

Past MSU Faculty Recital episodes are not available for on-demand listening at this time.

Mon., March 17, 7:30 pm on 90.5 FM |  MSU College of Music presents "Russian Gems" as part of the Cello Plus Chamber Music Festival.

Fri. Feb. 7 at 8pm on 90.5 FM and here at Listen Live 90.5 WKAR  | Join WKAR host Jody Knol on 90.5 Classical for a live broadcast of the MSU Symphony Orchestra conducted by Kevin Noe. 

7:30pm Monday Jan. 27 LIVE on 90.5 FM | MSU faculty artists pay musical tribute to the composer on his 258th birthday.

8pm Sat.  Dec. 14 on 90.5 | Live broadcast from Fairchild Theatre at Michigan State hosted by WKAR's Peter Whorf.

Portrait: Dmitri Berlinsky
Courtesy / MSU College of Music

8pm Saturday Nov. 16 LIVE on 90.5 FM | Dmitri Berlinsky, violin, with International Chamber soloists.

7:30pm Monday Nov. 4 LIVE on 90.5 FM | Cellist Suren Bagratuni and pianist Minsoo Sohn play Schubert, Franck and Shostakovich. Live from the newly renovated Fairchild Theatre at Michigan State.

7:30pm Monday Oct. 28 LIVE on 90.5 FM | Both wonderful and marvelous -- the music of George Gershwin runs the gamut from the folk opera Porgy and Bess to the classic Rhapsody in Blue. Live from the newly renovated Fairchild Theatre at Michigan State.

Portrait: Kevin Sedatole
Courtesy / MSU School of Music

WKAR Radio will wrap up its debut season of MSU Faculty Recital Series with the MSU Wind Symphony on Thursday, April 25, at 7:30 p.m.

portrait: Minsoo Sohn
courtesy / MSU College of Music

7pm Wednesday, January 30 on 90.5 WKAR
MSU Faculty Recital Series features pianist and College of Music professor Minsoo Sohn.

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7:30pm Wednesday, December 5 on 90.5 WKAR
The premiere radio broadcast of the MSU Faculty Recital Series features College of Music professor emeritus Ralph Votapek, performing works by Haydn, Schumann, Prokofiev, and Ravel.