The Oakland Post

Take a Note from OU’s Principal Flautist

By Jasmine French

January 6, 2015

Flute in hand, junior, Alyssa Primeau can be seen around campus, bustling in and out of Varner Hall to her own beat.Primeau, who has hopes of pursuing a career as a music educator, is in her third year at Oakland and is double...

Meadow Brook Music Festival celebrates 50 years

By Dani Cojocari

August 13, 2014

The Meadow Brook Music Festival celebrated its 50th anniversary with a performance by the Detroit Symphony Orchestra (DSO) and special guest Joshua Bell on Thursday, July 24.The first thing that guests received when they arrived w...

Postie Perspectives: Dubstep artist, Eluusif, to release new EP

By Sean Miller

May 7, 2014

London-based EDM/dubstep artist Eluusif is getting ready to unleash his new EP “Aliens Do It Better.” He has been independently working on it and will independently release it on April 8, 2014. For you enjoyment you can curre...

Adam Wilson leaves behind a life of art, music and love

By Kaylee Kean

April 7, 2014

He was an artist, he was a musician, and above all, he was a friend.Students and faculty at Oakland University are mourning the loss of a student for the fifth time this year after Adam Wilson, 25, died on Tuesday, April 1, in Le...

Peace comes to America

Peace comes to America

October 9, 2013

Oakland’s Gold Vibrations sings ‘Pitch Perfect’

By Kaylee Kean

September 24, 2013

Gold Vibrations, one of Oakland University’s a cappella group, had auditions for new members last Wednesday and Thursday night in Varner Hall.All students, whatever their musical experience, were invited to prepare a selecti...

First time’s the charm

By Brian Figurski

September 17, 2013

Oakland’s campus was flooded with concert-goers Saturday, Sept. 14 as the home for the stateside debut of St. Jerome's Laneway Festival.An estimated 7,500 attendees trekked the grounds near Meadow Brook Music Festival, moving between f...

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