Transylvania University is making a name for itself on the electronic music scene—not only as a venue for international composers, but also as a place for students to learn the craft and share their works in front of live audiences. Transylvania students will present their own compositions during an Electronic Music Student Recital on Tuesday,…
The first annual Kentucky Book Festival kicks off in Lexington Nov. 12 and culminates on Saturday, Nov. 17 with the 37th annual Kentucky Book Fair. Transylvania faculty and alumni are among the featured authors.
Transylvania University’s two choirs will perform a variety of works from around the globe during their first concert of the season on Sunday, Nov. 11.
Transylvania University’s Crimson Christmas will bring the joy of the holidays to 50 children in the Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bluegrass this December.
Susan Weinstein, a professor at Louisiana State University, will offer a brief history of spoken word poetry and discuss how artistic subcultures reflect generational and cultural shifts in society.
A film that’s been called the “music documentary of the year” is making its way to Central Kentucky for a screening at Transylvania University.
Transylvania Theater’s season opening production runs Nov. 1-10.
The annual Kentucky Book Festival returns to Lexington this November and Transylvania professor Jeremy Paden is one of four authors helping kick off the event.
Transylvania University’s Morlan Gallery has launched an exhibition that explores—and complicates—the notion of “pretty” with works in a variety of media that range from the beautiful to the grotesque.
As zombies and ghouls prepared to take over the streets of downtown Lexington Sunday, Transylvania returned to the Lexington Halloween and Thriller Parade with a PumpkinMania-themed float.