• Jazz Band

    Jazz Band

    The Department of Music at Brown offers a huge array of performing opportunities, all offered for academic credit. Students may choose to join one of the department's 40 performing groups.

  • Grant Recital Hall

    Grant Recital Hall

    The Department of Music at Brown offers a huge array of performing opportunities, all offered for academic credit. Students may choose to join one of the department's 40 performing groups.

  • Music building

    Music building

    The Department of Music at Brown offers a huge array of performing opportunities, all offered for academic credit. Students may choose to join one of the department's 40 performing groups.

  • Orchestra

    Orchestra

    The Department of Music at Brown offers a huge array of performing opportunities, all offered for academic credit. Students may choose to join one of the department's 40 performing groups.

News

News and Announcements

Auditions for Orchestra, Chamber Music, AMP Strings

Auditions for musicians who wish to participate in Orchestra, Chamber Music, and/or AMP Strings for the Spring 2017 semester will take place in Orwig Music Building, Room 229 on the following dates:

Monday, January 23, 2:00-3:00pm
Tuesday, January 24, 2:00-3:00pm

[ LINK to sign-up sheet ]

(Distributed January 17, 2017)

Eric Nathan Wins 2016 Copland House Residency Award

For three weeks in January 2017, Eric Nathan will live and work in the home that legendary composer Aaron Copland called “my hideaway, my solitude” in Cortlandt Manor, N.Y. One of nine composers to win a 2016 Copland House residency award, the assistant professor of music at Brown University said he is looking forward to the opportunity to focus on writing without distraction in the former home of “the dean of American music.”

(Distributed November 28, 2016)

Watch: Julian Saporiti on Street Performers and Public Space

Julian Saporiti, a doctoral candidate in Ethnomusicology at Brown, talks about buskers, street performance, and public space and urges us to stop when we next come across a street performer, in a talk on “Think Twice It’s Alright: Street Performers and Public Space.” This talk was part of Research Matters!, featuring short talks about research by Brown University Graduate Students and Postdocs on November 5, 2016.

(Distributed November 28, 2016)
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