Chorale and Choir Return to Garden City Cathedral

The Hofstra Chorale and Chamber Choir will perform their annual fall concert at the Cathedral of the Incarnation on Friday, November 22, at 7:30 p.m. This year’s program, titled “Peaceable Kingdom,” explores our fascination and relationship with the animal kingdom.

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MEISA Conference Tops the Charts

by Madison Mento ’21 The Music and Entertainment Student Association (MEISA) hosted their annual Music Industry Conference earlier this month. The event gives...

MEISA Expands Industry Conference

Students will get a chance to meet and network with music and entertainment professionals at Hofstra’s 5th annual MEISA Spring Conference, Thursday...

Collegium Celebrates Golden Anniversary

Concerts drawn from the rich treasury of early music are the signature of the Hofstra Collegium Musicum, one of the longest-running performing groups...

ACDA Elects David Fryling President

David Fryling, professor of music and director of choral studies, has been elected national president of the American Choral Director’s Association...

Shakespeare Festival Celebrates 70 Years

Hofstra’s Shakespeare Festival celebrates 70 years with a production of Richard III performed on the University’s stunning Globe Stage replica, March...

RSVP to “The Marriage of Figaro”

The Marriage of Figaro, Mozart’s comic opera about love and fidelity in four acts, will be performed by Hofstra Opera Theater at the University’s...

Hark the Tubas

Hundreds of tuba and euphonium players, including students and alumni from Hofstra University, gathered at Rockefeller Center on December 9 to take...

A Special Place

Jazz and Commercial Music senior Adam Galchus talks about why he loves Hofstra.

Music and Memory of Gurbani Sangit

For the lecture series on “Music, Memory, and Identity” curated by Dr. Francesca Cassio, the renowned kirtaniya and scholar Bhai Baldeep Singh...

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