Concert Series

Chamber Music

The Chamber Music class will feature a range of works from old and new composers for this showcase recital. These include the father of the string quartet, Franz Joseph Haydn, and its inheritor, Ludwig van Beethoven. They will perform 20th century pieces like the newly discovered works by African American composer Florence Price, as well as music written by composers alive today like Caroline Shaw.

Date
Time
Location

Wednesday, Nov. 6

5 p.m.

Studley Theatre

Chamber Ensembles

The Chamber Music class will feature a range of works from old and new composers for this showcase recital. These include the father of the string quartet, Franz Joseph Haydn and its inheritor, Ludwig van Beethoven. They will perform pieces from the 20th century like the newly discovered works by African American composer Florence Price, and music written by composers alive today like Caroline Shaw.

Date
Time
Location

Wednesday, Nov. 20

5 p.m.

Studley Theatre

Debussy and Tonalism: Concert and Gallery Talk

Pianist, professor and piano program coordinator Alex Peh joins the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art’s education manager, Zachary Bowman, for a presentation on the relationship between Tonalist artworks and music. Free event, with $5 suggested donation.

Suggested Donation

Image: Carl Olaf Eric Lindin, Moonlight, 1904, oil on canvas, New York State Museum, Historic Woodstock Art Colony: Arthur A. Anderson Collection

Date
Time
Location

Sunday, Dec. 8

2 p.m.

Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art

Solo & Duo Juries

These concerts feature the progress of music majors over the course of the semester. Come to enjoy music and to support our students' development as you cheer them on. 

Date
Time
Location

Tuesday, Dec. 10

Wednesday, Dec. 11

Thursday, Dec. 12

5 p.m.

5 p.m.

5 p.m.

Shepard Recital Hall

Shepard Recital Hall

Shepard Recital Hall

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Ticket Information

  • Unless otherwise noted, tickets prices are $8 - General Public, $6 - Senior (62+) and Faculty/Staff, $3 -Student
  • Unless otherwise noted, all tickets are available one hour prior to each concert in the venue's lobby (no advance tickets available)
  • All tickets are general admission (no reserved seating)
  • Cash, check (made payable to "SUNY New Paltz"), or credit card (American Express, Discover, MasterCard & Visa) accepted

Accessibility Information

If you have accessibility questions or require accommodations to fully participate in any Music Concert Series event, please contact Box Office manager Russell Thompson at thompsor@newpaltz.edu at least two weeks prior to the event.