Updates for our 2021-2022 concerts and livestreaming events will be available throughout the year. More event updates will be continually added, so keep checking back!
All performance recordings are available on the Stetson School of Music YouTube channel. Visit the School of Music Concert Calendar for a complete list of upcoming events. Visit the Stetson School of Music Box Office for ongoing ticket sales. If an event does not appear on the Box Office page, it means that tickets for that event have not gone on sale yet. Check back on the date they go on sale. To receive email notifications about upcoming events as well as the dates that tickets go on sale, please join our email notification list or send an email to [email protected] and ask to be added.
Spring 2022 Concert Announcements
- Update: Jan. 28 - Great Pianist, Michael Rickman, will not be able to perform this Friday. Our own Sean Kennard has graciously stepped in to take his place. Dr. Kennard will be performing a program of favorites, including works by Scarlatti, Prokofiev, Chopin, and Beethoven’s Pathétique sonata. Michael Rickman will be rescheduled to a later date. We look forward to his return!
- Postponed: Jan. 23 - The Guest & Faculty Recital featuring Eric Mandat, Jessica Speak and Lynn Musco has been postponed. We will announce a new date as soon as we have it!
- Feb. 12 Sacred Concert: Dancing Spirit | Monteverdi, Fernández, & Vivaldi | Third Coast Baroque & Concert Choir - Tickets on Sale Now (online only)!
- Feb. 16 - The Jane Christeson Faculty Recital has been cancelled. Be sure to look for her to perform in several other concerts this semester.
- Feb. 19 - The University Concert Band concert has been combined with the Feb. 18 University Symphonic Band concert.
- Mar. 8 - The Jesus Alfonzo Faculty Recital has been cancelled.
- Mar. 31 - The "Guitar on the Rocks" concert has been moved to Mar. 10th.
Christmas Candlelight Concerts
For more than 100 years, the School of Music’s jubilant choirs and musicians have been captivating audiences with its annual, breathtaking performance, which has evolved into an evening dedicated to inclusive, sacred music from various cultural and religious traditions celebrated during the holidays.
The 2021 Christmas Candlelight Concerts showcased more than 175 student musicians from the Stetson University Concert Choir, Hatter Choir and Stetson Chorale as well as members of the Chamber Orchestra and Symphonic Band. The musical repertoire for 2021 focused on an inclusive and welcoming global lore plus John Rutter’s arrangement of “Silent Night” sung by multiple choirs as they lit candles and closed the performance.
We can't wait for 2022!
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