FSU College of Music

Kayla Duncan

In her junior year of high school, music therapy senior Kayla Duncan researched potential majors, hoping to find an option that combined her love of music with her interests in psychology. She saw the Florida State University Music Therapy Program as an opportunity to learn from some of the field’s most influential professionals. “As soon […]

FSU College of Music presents the University Musical Associates Concert series

The Florida State University College of Music University Chamber Orchestra and Chamber Choir presents “St. John Passion,” a premier work by Johann Sebastian Bach based on the Passion Story from the Gospel of St. John, 7:30 p.m. on April 9 in the Ruby Diamond Concert Hall. This performance is part of the University Musical Associates […]

Saejin Albright

Choosing what to major in can be a difficult and overwhelming decision for many students, but as Florida State University junior Saejin Albright learned four years ago, it can also mean the beginning of a new and exciting future. After spending most of her life playing the violin, Albright thought majoring in Music Therapy was […]

FSU College of Music presents annual ‘Rainbow Concert’

The Florida State University College of Music will celebrate the diversity of musical traditions during its 25th annual Rainbow Concert of World Music, a springtime favorite featuring performances by each of the college’s seven talented world music ensembles at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 5. “The annual Rainbow Concert is a celebration of diversity in music […]

FSU College of Music librarian named inaugural Noël Coward fellow  

A Florida State University College of Music faculty member has been awarded a prestigious fellowship to conduct research on English playwright, performer and composer Sir Noël Peirce Coward. Arianne Johnson Quinn, music special collections librarian at the Warren D. Allen Music Library, is the first person to receive the Noël Coward Fellowship and will spend the […]

FSU College of Music to present concert commemorating 200th anniversary of Florida becoming U.S. territory

Florida State University’s College of Music and the Housewright Virtuoso Series will present the musical group Incantare in a concert to commemorate the 200th anniversary of Florida becoming a U.S. territory. “Musical Landscapes Across the New World” will take place at 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 20, and highlight music beginning in 16th-century Spanish Florida and ending […]

FSU College of Music to host 20th biennial Festival of New Music

The FSU College of Music will present the 20th biennial Festival of New Music, a series of concerts featuring a variety of exciting new works for various ensembles Feb. 3–5. This year’s program, featuring both guest artist Pamela Z and guest performers from the International Contemporary Ensemble, includes works by over 20 composers worldwide. “For over 40 […]

FSU College of Music professor receives 2021 Music in American Culture Award  

Florida State University · FSU professor receives 2021 Music in American Culture Award A Florida State University professor has received the 2021 Music in American Culture Award from the American Musicological Society, which recognizes the best writing on music in American culture. Associate Professor of Musicology Sarah Eyerly received the honor for her book, “Moravian Soundscapes: A Sonic History of the Moravian Missions […]

FSU College of Music to showcase talents in two annual concerts

Florida State University · FSU'S College of Music showcases two annual concerts The Florida State University College of Music will present two concerts at the Ruby Diamond Concert Hall showcasing the breadth of talent of the college’s students and faculty featuring a wide range of musical performances. “The 40th annual PRISM concert and the 24th Seasonal Celebration will feature performances of all sizes and configurations, from solos to sectionals, orchestras to […]

FSU College of Music celebrates International Education Month with three ensembles 

Florida State University’s College of Music will honor its commitment to music around the world during International Education Month as it presents three ensembles highlighting international music’s unique styles and traditions this November. “The College of Music has a long and rich tradition studying and performing music that celebrates incredible diversity in how music expresses the lives of people,” said Gregory Jones, associate dean in the College […]