Updates for our fall 2020 concert recordings and livestreaming events will be available throughout the semester. More events will be continually added, so keep checking back!
Christmas Candlelight Virtual Concert
The Christmas Candlelight Virtual Concert will be shared as a gift (no ticket required) to the entire community this year. The performance will be available on Friday, December 11, 2020, at 7:30 p.m., and the link to the performance will be provided on this website.
The theme for this year's performance, "A Celebration of Warmth and Joy," will include familiar holiday carols and music prepared by our students during Fall 2020.
Virtual Chamber Music Gala Weekend
Join us for our upcoming Virtual Chamber Music Gala Weekend featuring our very own Stetson School of Music students! Tune in on the Stetson School of Music Facebook page to hear these ensembles and actively participate in the conversation through post-concert Q&A sessions with the performers.
The program for these events includes String Quartet No. 5 in A Major, Op. 18, No. 5 by Ludwig van Beethoven; Circus Music, Op. 54a by Carlo Domeniconi; Sinfonia, No. 7 in D Minor for String Orchestra by Felix Mendelssohn; Blackbird by John Lennon and Paul McCartney; Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, K. 525 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (arr. for flute quartet); Cafe Para Dos by Máximo Diego Pujol; and original compositions by Stetson students.
- September 12, 2020: Concerto Competition | Concerto Competition Program
- September 27, 2020: Sounds New First Glimpse XXVI | Sounds New First Glimpse XXVI Program
- September 28, 2020: Giffin Competition | Giffin Competition Program
Stetson Homecoming 2020 | Hatter Heritage Concert
The Hatter Heritage Concert Premiere will be available Friday, November 6 at 7:30 p.m using the link below. This event features previously recorded concerts as well as virtually recorded performances created during the fall 2020 semester.
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