• Music for Cuba Exchange Program

    Music for Cuba Exchange Program

    featuring GU Orchestra with Lyceum Mozartiano de La Habana on Saturday, April 22 at 8pm.

  • In the Next Room

    Written by celebrated MacArthur Award-winning playwright Sarah Ruhl, this Pulitzer Prize finalist play also received three 2010 Tony Award nominations for its Broadway production, including Best New Play.

    In the Next Room
  • Friday Music Series Spring 2017 performers

    Friday Music Series

    View the lineup for free Friday Music Series concerts, running through April 21!

    Friday Music Series
  • Dreams Deferred

    Dreams Deferred

    This World Theater Day event March 27 featured performances from South Africa, Sweden, and the US of the American classic "A Raisin in the Sun" and discussion moderated by Hansberry expert Prof. Soyica Colbert.

    Dreams Deffered
  • Charles Neville

    Charles Neville

    Grammy Award-winning saxophonist Charles Neville, one of the four Neville Brothers known for their embodiment of the New Orleans sound, led this March 29-April 1 music and social justice residency.

    Charles Neville

Prof. Anna Celenza gives lecture at One Day University.

In May 2017, Georgetown University Music Program faculty member Prof. Anna Celenza led a lecture and Q&A on musical masterpieces that changed America as part of One Day University for High School Students, presented by Aspen Institute's Youth & Engagement Programs in partnership with One Day University and College Summit. The daylong event at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C. convened students from 10 DMV area high schools for an experience designed to immerse participants in various aspects of college life and give them concrete next steps to continue down the path to and through college. Read more.

Music faculty member Prof. Angel Gil-Ordóñez, music director of the GU Orchestra, is also featured in the Washington Post's Sunday Magazine for May 25.