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NEWS​​

Cultural Fusion Initiative presents the world premiere of Cordelia

The Cultural Fusion Initiative will host the world premiere of "Cordelia," a film by Nigeria’s acclaimed filmmaker, storyteller, director, photographer, cinematographer and producer Tunde Kelani.
 

The music of Jennifer Margaret Barker

Performance celebrates new works by UD composer and Delaware Division of the Arts Masters Fellowship award recipient
 

Make Music at UD

Students are invited to get musically involved on campus this year and satisfy degree breadth requirements while doing so
 

Making Music

​​New graduate chamber ensembles elevate School of Music
 
UPCOMING EVENTS

Joshua Miretti, percussion, Degree Recital

Feb. 4th, 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM
CFA Puglisi Orchestra Hall
 

Christopher Nichols, clarinet, Miles Brown, bass, Oksana Glouchko, piano, Faculty Recital

Feb. 7th, 8:00 PM to 9:30 PM
CFA Gore Recital Hall
 

Valentine Cabaret

Feb. 12th, 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM
CFA Puglisi Orchestra Hall
 

Nittany Trombone Quartet, Trombone Day Guest Artist Recital

Feb. 19th, 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
CFA Gore Recital Hall
 
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Shaping your musical future​

A music degree from UD is a launching pad for success. We offer undergraduate degrees in performance, music education, music management, composition, theory, and music history. As a graduate student, you can specialize in performance, teaching, composing or conducting. Our graduates can be found on stages around the world, teaching at major universities, leading some of the nation’s best school music programs, composing for film, stage, and video games, and working in some of the nation’s most prestigious arts organization.​​


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Calidore String Quartet welcomes the Abeos

The Graduate String Quartet will matriculate in the fall of 2021. Members were recruited, coached and mentored by the world-class Calidore String Quartet in its members’ first semester as faculty in the School of Music.​


Read the UDaily article ​


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