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Most of us take advantage of the Memorial Day weekend to relax, catch up with friends, and fire up the grill, but not the members of the Women’s Choral Ensemble and director Lorraine Milovac. They...Read More >

This spring, Composition/Theory doctoral candidate Aaron Brooks received premieres of two new works by New York-based ensemble Collide-O-Scope Music.  Both concerts took place in New York...Read More >

Back, L-R: Brandon Schatzki, Ross Kriegsman, Christopher Sheldon, Nicholas Stamatakis, Andrew Head. Front, L-R: Michael Nakon, Evelyn McCoy, Yingzhen Han, Samuel Siskind, Forrest Guilfoile

The Department of Music said a fond farewell to 11 graduates on Sunday April 28th at the William Pitt Union, showering them with good wishes and a mountainous brunch before they headed...Read More >

Jonghee Kang with Tong Soon Lee (PhD 1998)

Jonghee Kang, a graduate student in composition and theory, has had a busy and successful year. She completed a commission for gayageum ensemble, won the Dead Elf Prize in...Read More >

Department of Music graduate students Sara Gulgas and Jonathan received Outstanding Presenter awards at Pitt’s Grad Expo 2013. Gulgas and Shold, both studying musicology, will receive a $100.00...Read More >

When the Pitt Men’s Glee Club performs on Saturday Night at St. Paul’s Cathedral it will not mark the closing of the spring semester so much as the launch of the Club’s European tour.

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Applications are now available for the 2013–14 University of Pittsburgh-BNY Mellon Jazz Scholarship. A $5,000 scholarship will be awarded to a full-time undergraduate student who will be enrolled...Read More >

Mathew Rosenblum, Professor of Music in composition and theory, has been named a 2013 Guggenheim Fellow. He is among 175 scholars, artists...Read More >

Today's Pittsburgh Post-Gazette features a...Read More >

When the stage lights come up, the auditorium is enveloped in glowing warmth. The bright lights reflect off tuned metal bowls, gongs, and xylophones. When the musicians begin to play, western ears...Read More >

Our friends at Pitt Arts will present An Afternoon with Mason...Read More >

Department of Music Ensemble-in-Residence IonSound Project always has a busy March at Pitt and this March is busier than ever. The group’s next concert is the second installment of CreatION Sound...Read More >

Wyatt True graduated from Pitt in 2006 with two degrees and four Majors: a BA in Music and Philoshphy and a BS in Astronomy and Physics.

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The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra has commissioned University of Pittsburgh composers Professor Mathew Rosenblum,...Read More >

Bryan Wright, a doctoral candidate in musicology, recently returned from spending a week-and-a-half in Kansas and Missouri as the Scott Joplin...Read More >

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