Upcoming Events at OSU Music Department

We would like for you to know of two exciting OSU School of Music events coming up in the next two weeks.

The Contemporary Music Festival, April 28 and 29, honors Professor Emeritus, and former Dean of the College of the Arts, Donald Harris. The festival includes four world premieres, a performance by BalletMet Columbus, performances by OSU student ensembles, faculty and guest artists, including soprano, Lucy Shelton. The premiere of the documentary film, Sonata 1957, which traces the roots of a composition that Harris composed while studying in Paris, will be shown both nights at 7 p.m. And, a special display of Harris mementos – letters and photos of friends and teachers Nadia Boulonger, Ross Lee Finney, Aaron Copland, John Cage, Morton Gould, Robert Shaw, Gunther Shuller, and others - will also be on display. Visit cmf.osu.edu.
On May 6 and 8, OSU will present Benjamin Britten’s comic opera Albert Herring. This is a fun “first” opera for students. Check out our hilarious video campaign on the OSU School of Music Facebook page. And, as always, for the most up-to-date information on concerts, recitals, festivals and camps, visit music.osu.edu or follow us on Facebook.


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