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 2017 winner Guangzhao Huang performs in King Concert Hall

Fredonia Concerto Competition finals on April 28

Eight students who advanced beyond the preliminary rounds of the annual Concerto Competition will each perform on Sunday, April 28, at 1 p.m. in King Concert Hall.

Dr. Amy Spears

New faculty member hired in Music Education

Dr. Amy Spears will join the School of Music faculty beginning in the fall semester as an Assistant Professor of Music Education.

Brody Brown

Student expands education through role at university arts center

Learning takes place in many different ways at SUNY Fredonia, and Brody Brown is doing his best to take advantage of this fact.

Dr. Jill Reese

Reese co-authors journal article that explores ‘elementary general music’ perceptions

Music Professor Jill Reese is a co-author of a research study, "Elementary General Music: Perceptions and Aspirations of Preservice Music Teachers," published in the Journal of Music Teacher Education.

Dr. Rick Webb

Music education professor Webb signs with leading publisher

Associate Professor Rick Webb has been signed as a composer/arranger by Keiser-Southern Music, a leading educational and concert music publisher for choirs, bands, orchestras, chamber music ensembles and solo instrumental performance.

kilpatrick office with students

Informal ‘chat’ sessions valuable link that connects international music students

Two students – one from Western New York and the other from far away Syria – meet each other at an “international chat” in a School of Music faculty office and start an impromptu conversation.

Lauren Sturm Sclafani at the Steinway Spirio

Alumni return for Jordan Piano Festival

The 2024 Robert Jordan Piano Festival will bring Fredonia School of Music piano alumni back to campus in February for workshops and lectures.

Baroque cellist Christopher Haritatos

A celebration of Bach to warm a February evening

SUNY Fredonia School of Music alumni, students, and faculty will perform with Baroque cellist Christopher Haritatos on Friday, Feb. 9, at 8 p.m., in Juliet J. Rosch Recital Hall.

musician with woodwinds

Multiple Woodwinds pathway created for Music Education majors at SUNY Fredonia 

The Multiple Woodwinds instrument choice has become a new option for first-year Music Education students in the School of Music who enroll in the 2024-2025 academic year.

portrait of Dr. James Davis

Davis interviewed for podcast discussing impact of Swift on concerts

Dr. James Davis of the Fredonia School of Music was interviewed for the podcast “History Behind News," with the topic, “History of America’s Concerts Before Taylor Swift."