Welcome to our live streaming page. Selected Visual and Performing Arts (VPA) events are broadcast live during our performance season (September - April) from the James and Margaret Black Performance Hall in the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts and/or McArdle Theatre in the Walker Arts and Humanities Center on Michigan Tech's Campus.
The live stream link will be available 10-30 minutes before the start of the performance. You can choose to either video stream or audio-streamed only the events below. Due to the limits of our live performances, select events can only be broadcast live and are not available after the performance in any form.
Wednesday, January 27, 2021
What do you get when you set nine composers loose in Denali National Park? You get nine great pieces of music! Give this music to artists as inspiration and you get eighteen great pieces of art! In conjunction with the A-Space Gallery exhibit, "DENALI: Artists respond to music inspired by wilderness", participants of Composing in the Wilderness, a shared wilderness experience for adventurous composers and members of the Elements Artist Group will discuss the collaboration, share performances of the music and images of artwork in a virtual music and art experience.
View the Virtual Event
See the Virtual Event Program
Denali: Music and Art Inspired by Wilderness - YouTube Playlist with Conversations
Composing in the Wilderness: Music Inspired by Denali National Park - YouTube Playlist with Music Only
Free. This event will stream by clicking on the Virtual Event or YouTube links above, or if you would like a more interactive viewing experience, the event will also be available on the Rozsa Facebook page.