Upcoming Events at
Amici Musicali - USF Faculty & Guest Artist Recital
Join Amici Musicali as we take you on a musical journey around the world! Our excursion begins in America with a quick five-movement layover in Mississippi and then on to many countries in Europe, including Germany, Italy, France, England and more.
USF Raffi Besalyan - Steinway Piano Series
Acclaimed Armenian pianist Raffi Besalyan presents: "Rooted and Uprooted: An Armenian-American's Musical Journey" featuring music by Armenian composers Komitas, Baghdassarian and Babajanian, Rachmaninoff and Gershwin.
at USF School of Music Barness Recital Hall
The USF Jazztet has just returned from a concert tour of Colombia, South America (Aug 27-Sep1). This group, made up of the top music majors in USF’s renowned Jazz Studies Program, will be performing a concert in the Barness Recital Hall on October 30.
USF Steinway Piano Series: Marco Tezza
Night has always been the source of great artistic inspiration and with its mysterious appeal has fascinated the most important musicians, especially in the romantic period, so they have composed immortal works particularly roused by nightly sensations.
USF Guest Artist Recital: Fischer Duo
The venerable Fischer Duo, with cellist Norman Fischer and pianist Jeanne Kierman, is the preeminent established cello-piano duo in North America, having performed throughout the United States and on five continents.
Nov 15, 2017 | 7:30 PM | Wednesday
For additional event information, please visit: http://music.arts.usf.edu.
Start on : November 15, 2017 7:30 PM Wednesday
End on : November 15, 2017 9:00 PM Wednesday
The USF Jazz Ensemble II is a large jazz ensemble featuring both undergraduate and graduate
students. Our repertoire is taken from classic jazz recordings, original arrangements from the USF
library, and occasionally from student arrangements. The mission of the JE2 is to provide a valuable
applied learning experience to our students through a large ensemble format. We incorporate music
from many different styles and eras, allow students to develop improvisational skills, and present
concerts for the public through the USF School of Music.