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  • 2017 Festival of New Music Closing Concert
  • USO Performs Hymn to the Garnet and the Gold
  • FSU Opera Presents Gioachino Rossini’s Cinderella (La Cenerentola)
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  • Alex Jimenez conducts the USO

    18th Biennial Festival of New Music a Great Success

    The College of Music hosted its 18th Biennial Festival of New Music in early February. Check out a photo gallery featuring dozens of images of students, faculty, chamber ensembles, and large ensembles performing works by over twenty guest composers and our own College of Music composition faculty. 


  • Lori Gooding

    College of Music Professor Receives AWESOME Grant

    The FSU College of Music is pleased to congratulate Assistant Professor of Music Therapy Lori Gooding, recipient of the $1,000 “Awesome Award” from the Tallahassee chapter of the Awesome Foundation for her anti-bullying project.


  • Etienne Charles

    College of Music Alumnus Receives Askew Award

    The Florida State College of Music is proud to announce alumnus Etienne Charles as the 2016 recipient of the Reubin O’D. Askew Young Alumni Award. This award is the highest honor bestowed upon young alumni by the FSU Alumni Association National Board of Directors’ Awards Committee, and recognizes the extraordinary achievements of these outstanding alumni.


  • Iain Quinn

    FSU Fulbright Scholar to teach at Russian conservatory

    FSU College of Music Professor of Organ Iain Quinn will teach, lecture, and perform this semester at the Rimsky-Korsakov State Conservatory in St. Petersburg, Russia, thanks to a U.S. Fulbright Scholar Award.


  • ACDA

    Dr. André J. Thomas Receives Prestigious Award

    The FSU College of Music is pleased to congratulate Dr. André J. Thomas, Owen F. Sellers Professor of Music, on receiving the 2017 Robert Shaw Choral Award from the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA). Photograph by Claire Timm.


  • Prince of Players

    Carlisle Floyd's Prince of Players Comes to FSU

    This Thursday, March 30, at 7:30 p.m., the lights in Opperman Music Hall will dim, the orchestra will begin to play, and four days of performances of Carlisle Floyd's latest opera, Prince of Players, will get underway. This will be only the third time that this opera has been staged anywhere in the world, and it will be the very first time that the opera will be performed by a collegiate opera program.