• Improvements to Opperman Music Hall Continue

    Summers at the College of Music provide an ideal time for completion of select renovation projects. During late July-early August 2017 and the summer of 2018, Opperman Music Hall received some much needed attention.

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  • Percussion professor lauded with Florida State's Distinguished Teacher Award

    John W. Parks IV received Florida State University’s 2019 Distinguished Teacher Award during the annual Faculty Awards Dinner April 30. The Distinguished Teacher Award, the university’s most prestigious honor for teaching, includes a $7,500 stipend funded by FSU. Parks joined the College [...]

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  • Highlights from our Flute Summit 2019

    Florida State University’s College of Music presented a special series of concerts, music workshops and lectures featuring an international lineup of musicians.

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  • Highlights from the 19th Biennial Festival of New Music

    The 19th Biennial Festival of New Music took place January 30 – February 2, 2019 at the Florida State University College of Music. The festival included masterclasses and presentations by guest artists, and seven concerts for both small and large ensembles.

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  • Send Us Your Professional News!

    Please send us word of your accomplishments, which we would like to share through social media or future issues of our Alumni Magazine.

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  • Remembering and Celebrating Ladislav Kubík

    The Florida State University College of Music held a memorial concert in remembrance and celebration of the late Ladislav Kubík on October 26th 2018. Beloved by colleagues, and students Ladislav Kubík passed away on October 27, 2017.

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  • FSU College of Music Welcomes Housewright Eminent Scholars for '18-'19

    Every year, the Florida State University College of Music welcomes multiple Housewright Eminent Scholars to campus, thanks in part to a generous endowment by the late Wiley and Lucilla Housewright. This year’s Housewright Eminent Scholars featured David Russell, Joel Lester, and Evangelos Himonides.

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    The impact of the Jazz program at Florida State University’s College of Music can be seen and heard throughout the United States. There is a prominent FSU jazz presence in various music scenes, including New York City, New Orleans, and Los Angeles. Alumni have toured with renowned artists such as...

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  • Dr. Sarah Eyerly Research Award Update

    Update to previous article: the Mohican Songs of the Spirit program is coming to Tallahassee! The project has been selected for a College of Music Housewright Eminent Scholar Guest Artist Residency for early fall 2020. Stay tuned for a specific date and location for the performance.

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  • The College of Music Unveils Two New Steinway Concert Grand Pianos

    In the spring semester of 2018, one of the new Steinway Model D concert grand pianos was unveiled during the annual Afternoon of Musical Delight recital for members of the University Musical Associates. Relive the concert, and read more about the selection process for these new instruments.

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Featured Performances from 2019

  • University Symphony Orchestra Concert
  • FSU University Wind Orchestra
  • FSU Faculty Chamber Recital
  • FSU Opera: Of Mice and Men
  • FSU Festival of New Music Final Concert
  • FSU Andean and Blues Ensembles
  • The University Philharmonia
  • TRIBUTE! Mass: A Celebration of Love and Joy by André Thomas
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