Current Events

AUMI Book Release Celebration!

On February 8th, 2024, experienced AUMI users and the author of the newly released collective editorial will be celebrating the book's release at the Lawrence Public Library from 6:30-8:00PM! Come join us!
Book Release Party. February 8th, 2024. 6:30-8:00PM. Lawrence Public Library. In the background, AUMI interface logo with silhouetted users in front.

AUMI Performances and Events

The Adaptive Use Musical Instrument project is the embodiment of improvisation, collaboration, and deep listening. Whenever possible, the AUMI team and its performers band together to demonstrate these facets of music and community with the goal of influencing relationship-building and inclusion across all abilities. Explore the most recent performances and AUMI events below!


AUMI Jam flyer for spring dates

Staying up to Date

Aside form visiting the Current Events page, you can stay up-to-date on all AUMI performances and important information by signing up with your email for the upcoming newsletter below! Get all of the details about upcoming events, jam sessions and locations, and more!

Oliver Hall Tips Hat to AUMI in Shoutout DFW Feature!

One of our team members was interviewed by Shoutout DFW to talk about his life's work and identity. Check out this fun and introspective look into the conversation!
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Listening to the Jams

When AUMI musicians collaborated and created their own pieces in the Lawrence Public Library before the COVID-19 pandemic, they were able to utilize the building's studio to record their music/sound. Unfortunately, after the pandemic, these meetups and creations came to an abrupt (and for now, temporary) halt. The team hopes to get back into recording their pieces soon, but for now, please take a listen here at the Links to "Do You AUMI?" Recordings.

AUMI musicians pose for a photo at the Lied Center before their performance

Recent Performances: Pre-Pandemic Ensemble

On February 10th of 2023, AUMI musicians were able to gather for the first time since the pandemic to perform in the Lied Center in Lawrence, KS. Here, they improvised, collaborated, and celebrated their ability to create music and share it with others.

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