The Crane School of Music students, faculty and guest artists present over 300 public performances each year. Also, master classes provide the special chance for our student singers, instrumentalists and conductors to learn from prominent visiting artists and alumni.
Barry Green will be the Artist in Residency at the Crane School of Music from November 11 - November 15, 2019.
The 300 musicians of the Crane Chorus and the Crane Symphony Orchestra will fill the stage at the Helen M. Hosmer Concert Hall for the annual performance.
The biennial Crane Piano Pedagogy Conference explores current trends and best practices in piano pedagogy. Participants learn from expert pedagogues through teacher workshops, master classes, and informal discussions.
The Fall Island Vocal Arts Seminar mission is to encourage autonomous artistry in emerging artist-level performers. Singers and pianists selected through a competitive, national audition process will work for the one week program with professional opera singer Stephanie BlytheandAlan Smith, renowned collaborative pianist, vocal coach and composer.
Through the generosity and artistic vision of Kathryn (Kofoed) '54 and Donald Lougheed, The LoKo Arts Festival resurrects the tradition of a dynamic and comprehensive campus spring festival, to include theatre, dance, vocal and instrumental performances; visual arts exhibitions; creative writing programs; and guest artists and lecturers. The annual Crane spring festival concert, led by the Dorothy Albrecht Gregory Visiting Conductor, occurs during the LoKo Arts Festival.
The Domenic J. Pellicciotti Opera Composition Prize was founded by Dr. Gary C. Jaquay to honor his life partner Domenic J. Pellicciotti, an ardent fan of opera.