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Upcoming Shows
 

Thursday, April 10
Jazz Mid-Day Concert

1:20 p.m. – Osterhout Concert Theater – free


Thursday, April 10
Harpur Jazz Ensemble Concert with Marko Marcinko, drums

8:00 p.m. – Osterhout Concert Theater – $; free for students


Thursday, April 24
Mid-Day Concert

1:20 p.m. – Casadesus Recital Hall – free


Full list of shows →

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Contact Information

Department of Music
Binghamton University
PO Box 6000
Binghamton, NY 13902-6000

You may also call us at
(607) 777-2592,
or fax us at (607) 777-4425.

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OUR mission 

  • To train professionally-oriented students for careers in music: in performance, composition, music history, and music theory. We aim to accomplish this objective through our bachelor's degrees and our graduate programs. Our professional music degrees are supported by a broad foundation in the liberal arts, a historical strength of Harpur College.
  • To enrich the musical life of all students on campus through specially designed courses, various ensemble participation, and studio instruction in most instruments and voice; these are open and available to all matriculated students. Indeed, the Department has always prided itself on the rich 'hands on' choices for music study it provides to the general liberal arts student. IN addition there are numerous concerts of all kinds that enrich the musical life of the university community.
  • To serve as an important arts resource for the civic community and region through the active presentation of faculty, guest, and student concerts (over 100 per year), special courses, lectures, workshops, master classes, community outreach programs, and cooperative projects with other musical institutions in the area. We view this as central to our mission as a public institution in a relatively small metropolitan area.
  • To expand the Department of Music's reputation through the active concert touring of its artist faculty and through the publications of its scholars so that the department's influence is felt not only regionally, but nationally and internationally as well.
To view our Undergraduate Handbook, which includes our 2013-2014 audition schedule, click here.

 To view our Graduate Handbook, click here

Freshman Applicants who have developed talent in music are encouraged to submit a Talent Review Portfolio as part of their application to Binghamton University, regardless of intended major. For applicants to the BMus Performance program the Talent Review is required. The deadline for Talent Review Portfolios is January 15, 2014 for both Early Action and Regular Decision applicants. Instructions are available here.

Visit our Calendar of Music Events, check out our 2014 Music Brochure or visit On Stage Now for upcoming concerts and recitals -- and remember to check back often for additional events.

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Last Updated: 4/10/14