Venezuelan piano trio's residency brings Latin American chamber music to campus through performances, small group talks, master classes and discussions of music, cultural history, memory and more.
The piano trio's four-day residency dives deep into Venezuelan music, social history and culture, while also investigating the neuroscience of learning.
“Challenge yourself to try something. That’s where growth happens,” says Noah Davis ’20, a jazz musician who's exploring ways to combine his interests in music and psychology at Dickinson.
Dickinson presents concerts featuring voices of resistance, chamber music and performance studies majors in October.
Combining the talents of Dickinson’s music and art faculty, Current reveals the history and consequences of the ways we've interacted with a vital natural resource, and of its interactions with us.
Dickinson College faculty will perform a pair of concerts in September.
Fall 2019 is an exciting time at Dickinson, with two major interarts events on tap and a lineup of visiting artists who bring an array of perspectives to the mix.
Dive into Dickinson's Pre-Orientation Adventures! We talk with a student adventure leader and the program's coordinator to learn how students spend their first few days on campus.
Music major Abby Duell '20 had a dream: to study opera in Italy. As a study-abroad student in Bologna, she did exactly that, and she loved every minute.
Dickinson will host a high-energy evening, showcasing local youth in multiple facets of the arts.
These concerts feature students who have been working in chamber ensembles coached by music department faculty.
The Dickinson Orchestra and Choir will perform together on Sunday, April 28.
Dickinson’s artists-in-residence program welcomes the renowned Boston Trio for a three-day musical residency celebrating diverse cultures and musical styles.
Dickinson College students and faculty will perform a variety of concerts in April. All are free and open to the public.
Meet David Swenson ’19, a talented musician, student-researcher and global citizen who trekked the Amazonian rainforest and reported on global issues through an internship.
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