• 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

Want to perform at the Family Weekend Brunch Recital? Sign up today!

We are looking for musicians to perform at the Family Weekend Brunch Recital. Solo players and ensembles alike are welcome to apply. The date of the event is October 14, and it will be held at Grant Recital Hall. Brunch takes place at 10:15am and the recital follows immediately after at 11:00am. Sign up online using the link below.

[ SIGN-UP HERE ]

Questions? Contact Arlene Cole (arlene_cole@brown.edu).

(Distributed September 20, 2017)

Consider Registering for These Courses

Consider registering for these Fall 2017 music courses you might have missed so far during your shopping period.

Orchestral Conducting (MUSC 1701) 
Music, Civil Society, and Public Service
(MUSC 1400) 
Experimental Voice
(MUSC 2245) 
Sound, Song and Salvation in South Asia
(COST 0030)

Register today at https://cab.brown.edu/

For more information about these courses, see below.

 

(Distributed September 8, 2017)

Mark Steinbach Plays Organ Recitals in Goslar and Angermünde, Germany

Mark Steinbach, University Organist and Senior Lecturer in Music, performed a recital July 29 on north German organ builder Christoph Treutmann's magnum opus in Grauhof monastery near Goslar. The organ, built in 1734, consists of 42 stops on three manuals and includes a 16 foot "string stop" as well as  a full-length 32 foot length bass posaune (trombone) stop about which on of Treutmann's contemporaries said "it was not very dissimilar to the sound of a rumbling thunderstorm."

(Distributed August 14, 2017)

Professor Mark Steinbach Plays Organ Recital in Dresden, Germany

Tomorrow evening, July 26, Professor Mark Steinbach performs on the amazing 1755 Silbermann/Hildebrandt organ at the Cathedral in Dresden, Germany. Steinbach's program includes music of Bach, Heiller, Glass, and Steinbach’s esteemed Brown University colleague Wang Lu.

(Distributed July 25, 2017)

Kristina Warren to Join MEME Program as Visiting Assistant Professor

The Department of Music is proud to welcome Kristina Warren to Brown. Kristina will be a Visiting Assistant Professor in the MEME program for the next three years to help enrich both the graduate and undergraduate curriculum. Kristina Warren is a Visiting Assistant Professor in the MEME Program, Department of Music. Her work explores intersections of performance and technology. Recently, she presented the Abacus, an augmented microphone instrument she designed and built, at the Guthman Musical Instrument Competition.

(Distributed June 5, 2017)
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