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Campus Visits

To learn about events or schedule visits:


Concerts

Every year in October, the Cali School celebrates the opening of the school year by presenting Kaleidoscope concerts, where our student and faculty soloists, chamber groups and large ensembles perform. We also present more than 300 daytime and evening concerts and masterclasses by students, faculty and guest artists throughout the year. See Concerts and Events for the most up-to-date listings.


Below find events that are happening on campus this semester. We hope to see you soon!

Music Therapy Days

November 5, 2020 (via Zoom):

9:30am-11:00am
Greetings and Orientation to the University, School of Music, and Music Therapy Program
General summary of the music therapy field, with video examples
Questions and Answers

11:00-12:00pm
Sample Class Experience: Introduction to Music Therapy

12:00pm-12:30pm
Additional Questions and Answers

12:30pm-1:30pm    
“Lunch” with Students
(Student Center, Cafeteria Area B/C)

1:30pm   
Virtual Tours of John J. Cali School of Music and Montclair State Campus

February 25, 2021 (specifics TBD)

Register for upcoming Music Therapy Day

Learn More about the Music Therapy Program or ask for further information, by contacting Dr. Brian Abrams.


Choral Events

New events TBA.

For further information, please contact Choral Coordinator Heather Buchanan via email


Brass Events

Brass Solo Recital
OCTOBER 13, 2020 AT 8PM

Available: https:/‌/‌www.montclair.edu/‌music/‌cali-live

Join our Livestream recital by brass students at the Cali School of Music. Students perform live onstage in Leshowitz Recital Hall. The program ranges from Baroque and Romantic favorites to the avant garde. Don’t miss a special appearance by Brass Supernova, playing chamber music by J.S. Bach and Ingolf Dahl, to end the evening.

Brass Solo Recital
OCTOBER 20, 2020 AT 8PM

Available: https:/‌/‌www.montclair.edu/‌music/‌cali-live

Join our brass students in a livestream recital of solo works. The varied program includes both live performances and videos, and ranges from Palestrina, Corelli and Bach to George Gershwin and John Williams.

For further information, please contact Brass Coordinator Don Batchelder via email or at 973-715-1862.


Woodwind Events

New events TBA.

Contact Sasha Enegren for information about upcoming events.