Dickinson uses music to make a difference in the local community.
When does a song become an act of protest? Associate Professor of Music Lila Ellen Gray examines the songs that sparked youth protests in 2010-13.
Music faculty member earns a prestigious prize to write a chamber opera on the lives of Bessie Coleman, the first female aviator of color, and Miriam "Ma" Ferguson, the first woman governor of Texas.
The Factory Seconds Brass Trio will perform at Dickinson.
Dickinson’s faculty brass quintet performs works from the Renaissance to the present.
Cailin Smith ’18 always enjoyed singing, but she wasn’t sure she had what it took to break into opera until a professor who believed in her gave her the courage to pursue her dreams.
Fall arts events comment on social media, photography history, gender identity and Zimbabwean music, and also include Trout films and the first Mermaid Players production staged at the College Farm.
From Bach to "B-I-N-G-O," Alexander Strachan ’13 has performed in concert halls, nursing homes, prisons, daycares, hospitals, hospices and more. The aim: To promote wellness through music.
Can the human voice be a mechanism for healing? Psychology and music double major Jonah Levi-Paesky ’17 is looking for the answer.
Marc Primelo '17 (archaeology, music), plays six instruments, and he conducted field work at an archaeological site in Mycenae, Greece.
Faculty members and nationally recognized musicians share their talents through a selection of chamber music.
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.
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