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Every CSUN Music ensemble, guest artist, chamber music, combo performance, and student recitals scheduled between March 23rd and April 19th has been canceled.
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DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC CONTACT INFORMATION
The CSUN Campus has transitioned to virtual instruction and social distancing with the majority of employees working remotely. However, we are still here to support you! Please see the information below to reach the Department of Music. You will get voicemail on the phone number below which will be checked regularly throughout the business day and you will receive a response as soon as possible.
Department of Music
ENCINO, CA (December 18, 2019) – ACM Lifting Lives® announced its 2020 grant cycle beneficiaries today with grants for a selection of organizations including California State University Northridge Foundation Read more
Congratulations to Maja Slopiecka, Music Industry Administration Cohort 7 student from Poland, and her team member, Ada Slopiecka, on winning second place in the CSUN Bullring Competition, sponsored by the David Nazarian College of Business and Economics. Read more
TEMPO Ensemble wins 1st prize in the Doug Davis Composition and Performance Awards 2018 Read more
“It was pretty incredible,” Moreno said. “I was taken aback by the whole thing. It was absolutely phenomenal seeing all these wonderful people I look up to.” Read more
With the March 8 opening of “Captain Marvel,” composer Pinar Toprak (CSUN Music alumna) becomes the first woman to score a Marvel superhero movie — possibly the most high-profile accomplishment yet for a female in a notoriously male-dominated profession. Read more
Four days of chamber music performances, lectures and master classes hosted by CSUN’s Mike Curb College of Arts, Media, and Communication, highlighting the talents of visiting musicians, faculty, alumni and students in the music department. Read more
For Julia Heinen, performing music written by living composers is a special experience. The chance to work directly with the composer, crafting the music the way the composer hears it and bringing that vision to life for an audience is extraordinary. Read more
In 2009, members of the classic rock band America tapped California State University, Northridge alumnus Worrell ’08 (Classical Guitar Performance) to sub in for lead guitarist Michael “Woodzy” Woods. The pressure was immense, but Worrell’s skill and dedication proved to be greater. 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.