Students Prepare for Carnegie Hall

Seven College of Music students earn the right to represent the College of Music at Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall.

2014 Entrepreneurship Series

2014 Entrepreneurship Series: With the generous cooperation of Seven Days of Opening Nights and the Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra, the College of Music is pleased to announce the speakers for the 2014 Entrepreneurship Lecture Series: Time for Three and eighth blackbird.

Happy Holidays from the FSU College of Music

Happy Holidays from the FSU College of Music! The College of Music will be closed from December 24, 2013 through January 2, 2014. We wish you a safe an happy holiday season, and look forward to seeing you in the new year!

Homecoming Dedication

Homecoming served as a time of both celebration and remembrance for many Marching Chiefs and College of Music Alumni this year as FSU Bands remembered Richard Mayo.

Marching Chiefs Campaign for New Instruments

Marching Chiefs Campaign for New Instruments

Spradlings Receive Dohnányi, Opperman Awards

The College of Music is announces recipients of the Ernst von Dohnányi Citation of Excellence and the Ella Scoble Opperman Citation for Distinguished Achievement. The awards were presented to alums Robert and Diana Spradling by College of Music Dean Patricia Flowers on Thursday, October 24, 2013.

Ligeti Festival

College of Music to Host 2013 Ligeti Festival & Symposium

From Basie to Barnhart

FSU Assistant Professor of Jazz Trumpet and Jazz Studies Scotty Barnhart has been named Director of the legendary Count Basie Orchestra.

College Welcomes Five New Faculty

As the fall semester begins, the College of Music is proud to announce the addition of five new faculty members to the Clarinet, Musicology, Organ, and Voice areas.

The Modern Jazz Generation

Marcus Roberts and The Modern Jazz Generation present original compositions from "Romance, Swing, and the Blues" during a free concert in Ruby Diamond Concert Hall on Thursday, August 29, 2013.