Featured Performances and Events
The Penn State School of Music presents Orfftoberfest, a professional development and community building event for teachers of general music. Learn though singing, dancing, playing, and more to help further your educational ideas. Clinicians include Dr. Ann Clements, James Eldreth, and Kay Piña.
Sean Hamilton is a percussionist, composer, improviser, and audio engineer currently based in western Colorado. His work primarily focuses on the convergence of avant-garde and experimental music, free improvisation, electroacoustic music, noise, sound art, and interdisciplinary projects.
Join Professor Mark Lusk and the Penn State Trombone Studio, as they present a concert full of songs from great American composers like Aaron Copland and Samuel Barber, along with numbers from classic musicals such as Man of La Mancha, Sweeney Todd, and Oklahoma!
We hope you can join them for a recital dedicated to showcasing many different and exciting pieces of music “sung on the trombone” by the members of the studio!
Come hear world renowned violist Milan Milisavljević present a recital of Bach, Brahms, and Schumann at Penn State's Recital Hall with pianist Dr. Christopher Guzman. Following the recital, Milisavljević will be giving a masterclass to the viola studio.
Widely considered one of the leading violists of his generation, Milan Milisavljević is Principal Viola with the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and is on the viola faculty at ...
Widely considered one of the leading violists of his generation, Milan Milisavljevi"á is Principal Viola with the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and is on the viola faculty at Mannes School of Music in New York. His performances combine intense expression with an immediate and profound link to his listeners and have won much critical acclaim. ...
Tickets: $8.00 general admission/$4.50 students.
The Penn State Tuba and Euphonium Ensemble will present its 16th TUBAWEEN concert. There will be works by Verdi, Canter, Rimsky-Korsakov, Maurer, Wilson, and some Halloween selections with the musicians dressed in costumes. The ensemble is directed by Distinguished Professor Velvet Brown.
Tickets: $8.00 General Admission/$4.50 Student
The Pennsylvania State University Men’s Glee Club, directed by Dr. Christopher Kiver, is one of the most active and distinguished men’s collegiate choruses in the United States. Founded in December of 1888, the Glee Club has entertained audiences at Penn State, around the US, and the world with the joy of song from classical to contemporary.
Program to include:
Hail, Oh, Hail - Ray Fortunato...