Student Concerts

A thumbnail image from the video, featuring an early music transcript

Video: Brandeis Early Music Ensemble Fall 2020 Concert

Check out this inventive video performance featuring music from the Chansonnier of Zeghere van Male

Student Ensembles

Brandeis’ outstanding student ensembles perform music ranging from the renaissance and early Baroque eras to improvisational jazz and the rhythms of Ghana.

Members of the Brandeis community interested in joining an ensemble should visit the Music Department Ensembles page to learn more about auditions and levels of participation.

Student Recitals

Brandeis students (often as part of the Performance track of the music major, but also Graduate students and non-majors) have the opportunity to perform solo recitals in the Recital Hall in the Slosberg Music Center.

Students in need of information about performing a recital please visit the Music Department website.

2020-2021 Season Update:
"Life without music is unthinkable... That is why my contact with music is a total embrace." - Leonard Bernstein

Whether our concerts are live or pre-recorded, presented in person or in a virtual space, we look forward to sharing our music with you. Here are a few ways that you can enjoy the Brandeis Concert Series from the comfort of your home this season:

Brandeis Concert Series REMIX on WBRS
Join us on Sundays at 2 p.m. for encore broadcasts, new performances and world premiere recordings from the Brandeis Concert Series. Tune in at or, if you are between East Boston and Framingham, set your radio dial to 100.1 FM!

Find the Slosberg Music Center on Facebook & YouTube
Check out archived video recordings as well as new releases, plus stay tuned for special broadcasts throughout the year...

Tune in to Zoom for Music at Mandel
This year, the Brandeis Department of Music and the Mandel Center for the Humanities will present our informal Music at Mandel concerts via Zoom webinar.

Immerse Yourself in MusicUnitesUS
This Brandeis program has responded to the challenge of being all-online by inviting world-renowned artists to create new forms of video performance as well as engaging classes and workshops on Zoom.