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The founder and director of the Geneva Music Festival Geoffrey Herd reflects on musical education, the festival’s 10th anniversary and his 300+ year old violin. For 10 years, the Geneva…

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Join the Department of Music for a virtual performance by award-winning saxophonist Alexa Tarantino on Friday, Feb. 26 at 7:30 p.m.            As part of the Guest Artist series hosted by…

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How do you follow up a strong first semester at Hobart College? If you’re Jacob Appleton ’23, you take a semester off to complete basic training to enlist in the U.S. Army…

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HWS Alum Virtual Chorus

As a message of hope and solidarity in trying times, a group of Hobart and William Smith Colleges alums from the 1990s and early 2000s came together virtually to share a…

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Brendan Csaposs ’09 is no stranger to packing his bags and heading out to try something new. After earning his degree in music and lesbian, gay and bisexual studies, he’s…

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An aerial view from the Quad of Coxe Hall and campus during a fall afternoon.

This summer, Hobart and William Smith and the Society of New Music will offer a two-week composition intensive on June 1 – 13, 2020. Designed for undergraduate students interested in pursuing graduate…

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Eric Bloom ’67, lead vocalist, rhythm guitarist and keyboardist for the legendary rock band Blue Öyster Cult, returns to the Finger Lakes region this winter for a show at del…

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We asked faculty who received tenure this year to answer the question: What has been the idea you’ve spent your career investigating or exploring, and why? Here are their responses.…

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Performance Today

The Geneva Music Festival makes its debut on Performance Today, a national show on public radio, with the arrangement of Florence Price’s Piano Concerto, performed by Michelle Cann and string…

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Associate Professor of Music Mark Olivieri has been commissioned by a consortium of groups including the acclaimed Society of New Music to compose an opera on the life of American…

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