We offer undergraduates the opportunity to major or minor in music, affording students across the university access to first-rate faculty and providing performance opportunities in a wide range of ensembles. Our graduate programs in composition, musicology, ethnomusicology, and music theory have produced leading scholars and award-winning artists.
On October 14, the Visual and New Media Review of the Society for Cultural Anthropology will feature Rehavi (Timekeepers) and Kiraiñia (Long Flutes), two films produced by Juan Castrillón.
Delia Casadei, Penn Alumna and Assistant Professor of Musicology of UC Berkeley Presents New Work at Penn on October 12
The Department of Music is thrilled to welcome back Penn Alumna Delia Casadei who is now an Assistant Professor of Musicology at UC Berkeley.
Over the weekend on Saturday, September 25, Natacha Diels, Composer & Assistant Professor of Music at Penn and Nadar Ensemble presented a performance of EPIC proportions.
FETA presents Meet the Artist: Bryan Jacobs, the 2015 Feta Prize in Sound Art winner on Wednesday, September 29 at 7PM on Zoom
FETA Foundation is presenting another edition of “Meet the Artist” that highlights creations of the past FETA Prize in Sound Art winners, finalists and judges through monthly show and chat sw
This position helps to solidify Opera Philadelphia’s commitment to offer learning opportunities around the operatic works we produce.
All Penn students are invited and encouraged to continue their music making as a member of one of the Music Department’s many ensembles, which are open to all students regardless of major.
Penn Provost Wendell Pritchett and Netter Center Director Ira Harkavy have named Carol Muller, Professor of Music, and her partners at West Philadelphia High School as the recipients of the 2021 Provost/Netter Center Faculty-Community Pa
On Friday, July 30, 2021 at 6:00PM, enjoy a live drumming performance by Hyun Jin Cha at The Rail Park (1300 Noble St, Philadelphia, PA 19123), as part of their 2021 Summer Sunset Series.
Featured on Penn's "Big Ideas for Strange Times," Assistant Professor of Music, Mary Channel Caldwell, answers the question: “How Did People Dance in Medieval Europe?”