Florida State University College of Music Faculty and Students Help Celebrate 25th Anniversary of Jazz at Lincoln Center

College of Music Jazz pianist Marcus Roberts returns to JALC with his 12-piece ensemble to celebrate 25 years of Jazz at Lincoln Center.

Standley's PAL Device Uses Music to Save Lives

Dr. Jayne Standley's new medical device helps preterm babies one lullaby at a time: PAL brings healing power of music to world's neonatal intensive care units. The innovative PAL device uses lullabies to help infants quickly learn the muscle movements needed to suck and feed, shortening NICU stays by up to five days.

DM Student Ciulei Wins Top Honors at International Guitar Competitions

Accomplished DM student Silviu Ciulei adds an impressive collection of prizes to his credit: first place honors at the Appalachian Guitarfest, held at Appalachian State University in Boone, NC; first place at the International Columbus Guitar Symposium in Columbus, GA; second place at the Texas International Guitar Competition in Dallas, TX.

College of Music Students Headed to Carnegie Hall

College of Music Students Albert Lee, Edward Rothmel, Hyemin Kim and Joohae Kim have earned the right to represent the College of Music at Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall this spring.

André Thomas Receives Distinguished Service Award

Dr. André Thomas (Director of Choral Activities at the FSU College of Music and conductor of the Tallahassee Community Chorus) receives Distinguished Service Award from Chorus America, a non-profit service organization for choral music.

The College of Music Celebrates Carlisle Floyd

The Florida State University College of Music presents a gala performance to celebrate Carlisle Floyd and his generosity to the music program.

Nemzin Wins 2011 National Trumpet Competition

College of Music undergraduate student Timothy Nemzin recently won the 2011 undergraduate solo division of the National Trumpet Competition, held annually at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia.

Kossler Wins International Guitar Competition

Doctoral candidate Adam Kossler wins 1st place at Texas International Guitar Competition.

FSU Composition Professor Explores “Space”

Associate Professor of Composition Clifton Callender wins the Journal of Music Theory's inaugural David Kraehenbuehl Prize for his article “Continuous Harmonic Spaces,” which appeared in volume 51 of that publication.

College of Music Grad Wins Metropolitan Opera Auditions

Recent College of Music Graduate Ryan Speedo Green wins 2011 Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions.