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The 2022-2023 Concert Season Is Here!

The 2022-2023 Concert Season

The Florida State University College of Music is proud to announce the start of the 2022-2023 concert season with two very attractive subscription packages: the UNIVERSITY MUSICAL ASSOCIATES CONCERT SERIES and the HOUSEWRIGHT VIRTUOSO SERIES.

The University Musical Associates (UMA) Concert Series (17 events) kicks off on September 9th with our jazz faculty and special guest vocalist, Inga Swearingen. The University Symphony Orchestra gives their season debut the following week featuring works by Copland, Prokofiev, and Brahms. Wondering which operas will be performed this season? Spoiler alert: The Marriage of Figaro in the fall and A Streetcar Named Desire in the spring!

The Housewright Virtuoso Series (8 events) begins on September 30th with the debut performance of the Dohnányi Chamber Players and continues with a celebration of Schubert with our string, voice, and piano faculty and special guests, a performance by the fabulous Ying Quartet, and a star-studded salute to Broadway legend Jerry Herman, featuring guest artists and student performers.

For the full list of concert season events, including UMA concerts, Housewright Virtuoso performances and other special events, check out our 2022-2023 Concert Season brochure.

To learn more about the University Musical Associates and member benefits, check out our UMA member page. Whether you are a longtime member or have come to only a few concerts, we hope you will get more involved with our FSU music community through membership. You can play such an important role in this amazing concert environment alongside our talented students, faculty, and guests. We look forward to seeing you this season!

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 September 9

Jazz vocalist and FSU alum Inga Swearingen will join talented jazz faculty members Bill Peterson (piano), Rodney Jordan (bass), and Leon Anderson, Jr. (drums) in Opperman Music Hall to perform a selection of jazz standards and contemporary hits to kick off the 2022-23 UMA Concert Series.

September 16

Join us for the season premiere of the University’s top orchestra, featuring selections from Aaron Copland’s Rodeo, Prokofiev’s Piano Concerto No. 3 with soloist Xu Han (Winner of the 2022 Doctoral Concerto Competition), and the magnificent Symphony No. 2 by Johannes Brahms.

September 30

College of Music faculty and guest pianist FSU College of Music faculty members Gregory Sauer (cello), Read Gainsford (piano), Ian Hobson (piano), and guest pianist Muen Wei perform works by Brahms, Dohnányi, Kreisler, and Rachmaninov in this debut performance of the Dohnányi Chamber Players.

In addition to the UMA and Housewright Virtuoso subscription series events, the College of Music presents more than 450 solo, chamber, and ensemble performances each year that are open to the public. Whether you prefer world music, choirs, bands, orchestras, jazz, or opera, time-honored classics or ground-breaking new music, we invite you to join us for these wonderful performances by our amazing faculty, students, and guest artists.

All performance information is subject to change. Visit for current schedule of events.

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