Come enjoy the Steel Band Drum, Japanese Taiko drumming and Indonesian bronze gamelan orchestra. Read more
Works will include Larry Spivak, John Cage, George Hamilton Green, and Daniel Kessner and more! Read more
DANIEL SHAPIRO continues to gain recognition as a leading interpreter of Schubert, Mozart, Schumann, Brahms, and Beethoven, and as a teacher and coach at the Cleveland Institute of Music. Read more
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Graduate students from the Collaborative Keyboard Colloquium present an evening of Collaborative Piano, including works by Haydn, Schubert, Schumann, Strauss, Debussy, Bernstein, Rorem, Bolcom and much more. Read more
May He Rest In Peace Read more
The Mike Curb College of Arts, Media, and Communication and the Department of Music are pleased to announce the hiring of Clinton Rusich to fill the Commercial and Media Writing tenure track position in Music. Read more
Congratulations to Dr. Lawrence Stoffel, who has been awarded the CMEA (California Music Educators Association) Hall of Fame Award, honoring lifetime achievement in Music Education. CMEA is an affiliate of the National Association for Music Education (NAfME), one of the world’s largest arts education organizations. Read more
Nineteen classical musicians — all dressed up in shirts, suits and dresses — packed up their instruments and hiked about half a mile to the middle of Stoney Point in Chatsworth, to play a concert on a mountain. Read more
Project Resonance – an ensemble composed of CSUN Music students – performed a special composed orchestral arrangement to honor Esvin Rodriguez, a renowned painter for 20 years who uses his mouth to create his art. Read more
CSUN Music student and Senior in Media Composition, Bryan Barcinas, recently undertook an incredible project and submitted an arrangement to Indi’s, Show Us Your Musical GENIUS. Read more
Kudos to our CSUN Jazz Combo,”Kairos”, that placed first in the Angel City Jazz Festival competition. They will be performing at LACMA, 6:00PM, this coming Friday, October 6! Read more
The California State University Northridge Music Department is committed to:
- providing nationally recognized training in music leading to a wide variety of professional careers and entrepreneurship in performance, composition, teaching, therapy, and business
- inspiring the highest level of creative activity and scholarship in advancing an understanding of the musical arts and their importance in every society.
- promoting the development of strong ethical behavior based on honesty, respect for all people and cultures, service to local community and strong advocacy for the arts.