With music by Miles Davis, Charlie Parker, Stan Getz, and Antonio Carlos Jobim, this concert features Jazz students with guest artist, saxophonist Alexa Tarantino.
Featuring music of Berlioz, Verdi and Gilbert & Sullivan Live music endures here at FSC and we are pleased to have the opportunity to share this collection of innovative and emotional representations virtually.
Featuring First Light by David Maslanka, Law and Order March by Harry Alford, and Aurora Awakes by John Mackey. Maslanka writes “First Light has two characters. They are marked in the musical score as “unforgettable wounds – darkness,” and “perseverance – first light.”
This concert brings together a variety of styles and genres of music, all with a focus on celebrating individual moments. The first grouping focuses on moments of dancing, and the second grouping on moments of praise.
With a combination of secular and sacred selections, this collection of music highlights many different styles, decades, and nations. From pop music and gospel, to anthems to honor country and community, this vibrant music with pensive texts will surely have something for everyone to enjoy.
“Opera in a Box” directed by Mark Thomsen, this adaptation of the opera Ruddigore (“The Witch’s Curse”), the 10th collaboration between Gilbert & Sullivan, features opera theatre students in various locations on and off campus.
The FSC Music Department presents a Florida Southern Collage
Performed by FSC Theatre department, written by Charles Dickens, Adapted for the stage by FSC Theatre faculty, A Christmas Carol is the story of Ebenezer Scrooge, a greedy miser who hates Christmas, but is transformed through the visitations of four ghosts.
As part of the 2019-2020 Festival of Fine Arts, directed by Dr. Jeff Benatar, Florida Southern College's Jazz Ensemble presented an evening of works featuring guest artist Clay Jenkins on the trumpet in Branscomb Auditorium.
The Florida Southern College Festival of Fine Arts and Department of Music are proud to present the “Week of Music.”