Join us for our collaborative faculty–student celebration of two icons of the 20th century. The composers William Walton (1902-1983) and Paul Hindemith (1895-1963) met almost by accident.
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Sonoma State University will host more than 40 hours of lectures, panels and performances to raise awareness of social justice issues as part of “Social Justice Week”.
Please join the Jazz Combos concert in Schroeder Hall on March 6th featuring Kasey Knudsen on saxophone. SSU Jazz Composers Combo, directed by Kasey Knudsen, and SSU Early Jazz Combo, directed by A
Social Justice Week: Lectures, Panels, Performances. Sonoma State University will host more than 40 hours of lectures, panels and performances to raise awareness of social justice
The music faculty boasts many active composers who write music in all genres, from art song and musical theatre to contemporary Classical, Jazz and avant-garde.
“In Jamie Catto’s engaging documentary, the core arcs of Ram Dass’ life and teachings coalesce through historic clips and extensive interviews, manifesting the unique existence of Richard
Our own Sonoma State University big band, the Jazz Orchestra, directed by Doug Leibinger, takes the stage for their annual Spring concert on March 4th along with SSU's Latin Band directed by Kendri
Political activist, academic, and author Angela Davis has been deeply involved in our nation’s quest for social justice.
The Visiting Artists Lecture Series provides our students with valuable insights and exposure to art professionals and their work. All lectures are held on the Sonoma State University campus and ar
For generations, Bach family members held many of the principal musical positions in Thuringia and Saxony. In fact, ‘Bach’ became a local synonym for ‘musician’.