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Dance students may perform with University DanceWorks, which tours each spring in the New Jersey/New York area.
Rutgers Symphony Orchestra, under the baton of Maestro Kynan Johns, is the department’s flagship ensemble. The group performs regularly on campus and annually in New York City.
The Rutgers Theater Company mounts seven main-stage productions per year, each with a two-to-three-week run.
The Mason Gross Galleries at Civic Square in downtown New Brunswick display work by students, faculty, and visiting artists.
The “Kissing Bridge” leads across the scenic Ravine to the Mason Gross Performing Arts Center, site of nearly 500 music, dance, and theater performances each year.
The Dance Department offers a dual BFA/EdM degree, the first of its kind in the nation.
Music students have appeared at an array of legendary venues, including the Blue Note Jazz Club, Carnegie Hall, and Avery Fisher Hall.
Students receive the benefit of master classes with distinguished artists such as Tony-winning alum Roger Bart.
Students receive advice from noted art critics at a gallery show in Lower Manhattan.
Mason Gross is part of Rutgers University, a “Colonial College” and the nation’s eighth-oldest institution of higher learning.
Students in the Opera at Rutgers program receive multiple performance opportunities, including training at Maestro Lorin Maazel’s annual Castleton Festival in rural Virginia.
The Rutgers Conservatory Program at Shakespeare’s Globe in London puts Theater students on one of the most important stages in the world.
Visual artists create new works in a variety of spacious labs and studios in downtown New Brunswick and the rustic Livingston Campus.
Students may relax between classes, performances, and practice times at the nearby “Passion Puddle.”