The Eastman Faculty Artist Series announces 16 performances for the Fall 2021 semester, an opportunity for our world-renowned and internationally acclaimed faculty members to demonstrate their virtuosity and artistry in Eastman’s stunning concert venues.
For more than a century, Eastman School of Music’s historic campus has attracted leading performers and teachers from around the world. With the launch of the Eastman Community Music School World Campus, the opportunity to join the school’s community, for individual lessons or classes, is now available to anyone, regardless of age or geographic location.
The Eastman School of Music, of the University of Rochester, officially begins its Centennial Celebration July 1, 2021. Their 100 years of history and 18-month-long celebration will include more than 50 new compositions, world premieres, and centennial fanfares written specifically for Eastman’s ensembles, Eastman’s illustrious faculty, and more.
This innovative student ensemble performed at Eastman’s Centennial Campaign kickoff. Reed quintets like this are both young and old. They thrive on tradition, too—just like Eastman does. Learn more about Sequoia Reed and listen to some of their music.
Of the 12 Eastman faculty and alumni nominated for Grammy Awards this year, four were named winners at the recent National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences, Inc.’s 63rd ceremony. Eastman alumni and faculty have now earned a total of 62 Grammy Awards.
One hundred years ago, George Eastman and Rush Rhees, then the president of the University of Rochester, shared a dream that led to the creation of the Eastman School of Music and Eastman Theatre. In this recorded Experience Rochester lecture, Vincent Lenti ’60E, ’62E (MA), Eastman School’s historian and a professor of piano, tells us more.
This recorded Experience Rochester lecture features five accomplished Eastman School of Music alumni—each with distinct perspective as a person of color in music. Learn about their experiences, challenges they’ve overcome, and their passion for music—and listen to a brief performance from each alumnus.