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.

Madsen Inducted to Hall of Fame

FSU College of Music Professor earns recognition for contributions to music and education.

Musicology Fund to Honor Dr. Seaton

The S. Douglass Seaton Fund for Musicology was established to honor Dr. Douglass Seaton, the Warren D. Allen Professor of Music at the Florida State University.

A Grand Reopening of Ruby Diamond: Commemorating 100 years of excellence within the College of Music

The College of Music celebrates 100 years and the grand reopening of Ruby Diamond Auditorium.

College of Music to Receive $5.6MM Gift for Baroque Studies

Florida State will make beautiful music with $5.6 million gift

College of Music Welcomes New President Eric J. Barron

 The College of Music welcomes FSU's 14th President, alumnus Eric J. Barron.

FSU percussion ensemble Denkyem heads to Costa Rica as "Promising Artists of the 21st Century"

Denkyem, a six-person subset of the FSU Percussion Ensemble, will tour Costa Rica as "Promising Artists of the 21st Century" in March, 2010.