Three student-musicians performed to audiences of up to 5,000 during an international tour made possible through Kenderdine grants.
From performing the Arutunian Trumpet Concerto with a full orchestra to going beyond the musicological canon, Morgan Bates ’18 has followed her passion to new heights as a Dickinson music major.
Ancient Greece, contemporary China, 16th-century Germany and 21st-century America: The inspirations behind this spring’s public arts events are wildly diverse.
Meet Caroline Snyder ’19, a third-generation Dickinsonian, musician, Liberty Cap, Triton, First Year Mentor and Benjamin Rush Scholar, and learn why Dickinson was her one and only choice.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year for music lovers at Dickinson. See photos of year-end concerts by a cappella groups and music ensembles.
Zayan Ahmed ’19 has big dreams, and he loves to squeeze joy out of life, whether backpacking through the Grand Canyon, cooking for friends and family or playing jazz guitar.
Four students took to the stage to compete in the annual concerto competition in hopes of winning the chance to perform as a soloist alongside the Dickinson College Orchestra.
Associate Professor of Music Amy Wlodarski pauses an international research project to accept a prestigious award.
Arts residency brings students together with a renowned international musician and scholars in a variety of fields.
The 2016 Arts Award residency includes a performance by celebrated pianist Barry Snyder; lectures by leading experts in music, history and philosophy; a choir/orchestra concert; and more.
Marc Primelo '17 discusses his fieldwork at a Grecian dig site and more.
Computer musician, percussionist and storyteller Patrick Long will present a concert of performance-driven multimedia works.
Amernet String Quartet kicks off an exciting residency season that features John Patrick Shanley, Barry Snyder, Simon Morrison, Richard Move, Ben Munisteri and Michael Yoder.
Dickinson music faculty offer diverse performances in October.
Musician, social-justice advocate, environmentalist, global citizen. Meet the down-to-earth yet worldly Emily Preston ’19.
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