Events

Join us! All Music Department events are free and open to the campus and New Haven community. All attendees should plan on wearing a mask while on campus and maintaining social distance while at the events; RSVP is required for all events by e-mailing music@southernct.edu.

Art of Trio, featuring SCSU Jazz Faculty

Wednesday, September 29, 1 p.m.
Garner Recital Hall

Take a mid-day break to hear some jazz! SCSU faculty members David Chevan (bass), Rex Cadwallader (piano), and Ellynne Plotnick (voice) create a free-flowing and spontaneous jazz performance. This performance is sponsored by the Stutzman Family Foundation.

Careers in Music 

October 6, 1 p.m.
114 Earl Hall

Curious about a career in music? Want to learn more about music therapy? Join the Music Department and practicing music therapist Shannon Kiley (Yale New Haven Health) for a presentation on how therapists train to use music to improve the lives of patients in schools, hospitals, long-term care facilities, and private practice. This program is part of the “Careers in Music” series, supported by the Stutzman Family Foundation.

SCSU Small Ensembles

October 13, 7:30 p.m.
Garner Recital Hall

Come hear some mid-week music! Join us in Garner Recital Hall (EN C112) to hear SCSU students perform as part of the Jazz Standards and Latin Jazz Ensembles, directed by David Chevan, and the Blues Ensemble, directed by Jim Martin.

Mozart Makes You Smarter!

October 20, 1 p.m.
Garner Recital Hall

Take a mid-day break with some Mozart! Join SCSU faculty and guest artists for a performance of several classics. People often comment that listening to Mozart's music helps them study, feel more organized, and less stressed when performing various tasks. Mozart's genius for imaginative and beautiful harmonies, singing melodies, and perfect proportion make his music engaging and deeply satisfying. Part of the Stutzman Family Foundation Recital Series.

Art of Trio

November 3, 7:30 p.m.
Garner Recital Hall

SCSU faculty members David Chevan (bass), Rex Cadwallader (piano), and Jim Martin (guitar) create a free-flowing and spontaneous jazz performance. This performance is sponsored by the Stutzman Family Foundation.

University Band

November 14, 3 p.m.
Lyman Performing Arts Center

The SCSU University Band, under the direction of Dr. Craig Hlavac, performs classic and new pieces from the wind band repertoire.

SCSU Small Ensembles

December 1, 7:30 p.m.
Garner Recital Hall

Join us in Garner Recital Hall (EN C112) to hear SCSU students perform as part of the Jazz Standards and Latin Jazz Ensembles, directed by David Chevan, and the Blues Ensemble and Guitar Ensemble, directed by Jim Martin.