Music Department News

The Binghamton University Music Department is proud to offer nationally accredited degrees in Music including the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Music degrees and the graduate degrees, Masters of Music and Master's of Music in Opera. The Music Department is comprised of a diverse group of faculty members that offer courses in performance, theory, composition, ethnomusicology, and music history. In addition to offering a wide range of performance courses and ensembles, the Music Department has a unique opera/vocal studies program that maintains an active partnership with Tri Cities Opera as well as a robust composition program that offers readings and performance opportunities with a wide-range of local and international ensembles.

coming events

Thursday, April 16 – Faculty Recital: Zachary Sweet, cello and Michael Salmirs, piano – 7:30 p.m. – Casadesus Recital Hall – $; free for students

Friday, April 17 – Joint Recital: Skylar Buono, clarinet and Michelle Li, flute – 5 p.m. – Casadesus Recital Hall – free

Friday, April 17 – Tri-Cities Opera presents Gounod's Faust – 8 p.m. – The Forum Theatre – call (607) 772-0400 for tickets

Saturday, April 18 – Master Class with Guest Organist Craig Phillips – 10 a.m. – 12noon – Fine Arts 21 – free

Saturday, April 18 – Joint Recital: Sophomore Natasha Talukdar, piano and Senior Annie Tao, piano – 3 p.m. – Casadesus Recital Hall – free

Saturday, April 18– Senior Recital: Christina Santa Maria, soprano – 7:30 p.m. – Casadesus Recital Hall – free

Sunday, April 19– Tri-Cities Opera presents Gounod's Faust – 3 p.m. – The Forum Theatre – call (607) 772-0400 for tickets

Sunday, April 19 – Guest Artist: Organist Craig Phillips – 4 p.m. – United Presbyterian Church – $

 
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Last Updated: 4/16/15