Fees & Tickets
Saturday, April 22, 2023, 9am – 5:30pm, Room 419 Bromery Center
Remote attendees: Free
In-person attendees: $25; Students: $5 (lunch included)
Cash or check accepted on the day of the event.
Friday evening 4/21, 7:30pm Panel Discussion is free to all.
Saturday, April 22, 2023, 7:30pm, Frederick Tillis Performance Hall
J.S. Bach’s Mass in B Minor
Andrew Megill, guest conductor
With the UMass Bach Festival Orchestra & Chorus
$25 General; $20 Seniors; Free for students with ID & children under 18
Box Office 413-545-2511 or Online Ticketing
Sunday, April 23, 3:30pm, Bowker Auditorium, Details=>
Codemakers: Vijay Iyer, Hyeyung Sol Yoon & Texu Kim
Co-presented with the UMass Asian & Asian American Arts & Culture Program
Tickets: $30/20/10 Box Office 413-545-2511 or Online Ticketing
Other concerts are FREE.
Visiting UMass, useful links:
Room 419, Bromery Center is on the newly-renovated 4th floor Arts Bridge, accessible by stairway from either the east or west ends of the Bromery Center, or by elevator on the west side, near the Theater Dept.
Bezanson Recital Hall resides in the Music Department wing of the Bromery Center for the Arts, in the eastern part of the building near North Pleasant Street.
The Tillis Performance Hall is in the center of the Bromery Center building at the north end of Haigis Mall on the UMass campus.
Visitor Parking Information
Parking on Saturday, all day, and Friday after 5pm is free in most UMass lots. On Friday before 5pm, you may park in the Campus Garage, at a meter or paystation space, or obtain a Visitor’s Pass from Parking Services. Symposium Presenters may contact the Music & Dance Department for free parking passes.