Music

George Frideric Handel: From Library to Stage – Exhibit and Concert Series

The Music Department and Rutgers University Libraries are set to present a series of events focusing on Baroque composer George Frideric Handel (1685-1759), with an exhibit and concert series featuring music of the German-born composer, who spent most of his career in London.

Rutgers Symphony Orchestra concert streams LIVE April 26

Can't make it to the Rutgers Symphony Orchestra concert on April 26, 2014?

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Scholar-In-Residence Thomas Christensen to present music theory seminar and lecture/demonstration, Feb. 18-19

The graduate programs in musicology and music theory welcome renowned historian and theorist Thomas Christensen, for two days of events.

Christensen is an Avalon Foundation Professor of Music and the Humanities and Associate Dean and Master of the Humanities Collegiate Division at the University of Chicago.

The following events are open to the public:

Marching Band to perform during Super Bowl XLVIII pregame

The Rutgers University Marching Band is set to hit the big time as they take the field at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ, on Sunday, February 2, 2014, for the Super Bowl pregame. Syracuse University's marching band will perform as well. More...

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Instructor, Euphonium

In 2007 Aaron VanderWeele was named International Euphonium Player of the Year—the third American to receive the prestigious recognition.

He serves on the faculties of Mason Gross School of the Arts and New Jersey City University’s Department of Music, Dance, and Theater. He is also the owner of EuphoniumLessons.com.

Drumline performs for Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, airing Dec. 10 on CBS

The Rutgers Marching Band drumline knows how to march down a football field, but they had to step into some new shoes recently when they climbed onto the Victoria’s Secret catwalk.