Music Department

Featured Alumni

 Featured below are portfolios of NWU Music Alumni.

Music Professor Maxine Fawcett-Yeske Says Goodbye; Shares 11 Years of Memories

07/20/2010

For 11 years, Maxine Fawcett-Yeske has taught Nebraska Wesleyan University students to appreciate music.

University Choir to Join Lincoln's Symphony Orchestra for Performance of Beethoven's Symphony No. 9

04/21/2010

The Nebraska Wesleyan University Choir will have the unique opportunity to perform one of music's most beloved works.

In Memory: NWU Professor Composes Musical Piece for Long-Time Friend and Alum

04/21/2010

NWU music professor Jean Henderson knew she wanted to write an emotional piece.

Touch of Class Jazz Choir Plans Spring Concert Tour

04/06/2010

Nebraska Wesleyan University’s Touch of Class Jazz Choir will perform a concert of jazz favorites during its upcoming concert tour stop in the local area.

Student, Professor Hope Their Research in Ireland Creates Opportunities for Lincoln's Refugees and Immigrants

04/09/2010

Nebraska Wesleyan University student Jenna Palensky and her music professor Maxine Fawcett-Yeske spent their spring break in Ireland with 150 primary school children from over 20 countries.

NWU, Bellevue East Choirs to Perform Concert of Traditional and Ethnic Music

04/09/2010

The Nebraska Wesleyan University Choir will be joined by the Bellevue East High School Concert Choir for an upcoming concert featuring ethnic music selections.

NWU Music Ensemble Festival to Feature Three High School Choirs

03/25/2010

Nebraska Wesleyan University’s 12th annual Cantare da Camera, a vocal music festival for small ensembles, will be held Saturday, April 10.

NWU to Perform Fairy Tale Opera "Hansel & Gretel"

03/05/2010

One of the most beloved fairy tales will come to life when Nebraska Wesleyan University presents the opera “Hansel & Gretel” March 26-27.

Bravo Bosendorfer Concert to Feature Pianist Ned Kirk

02/22/2010

Nebraska Wesleyan University’s annual Bravo! Bosendorfer Piano Concert will feature pianist Ned Kirk on Sunday, March 7.