The Piano Extravaganza is an evening of piano magic with four pianists. Free for employees and students on 4/12 at the SP/Gibbs Music Center.
St. Petersburg College’s Wind Ensembles will present an evening of free music featuring science and technology themes at this semester’s Campus Connections Concert: Community Concert Band and Community Wind Symphony. This event is designed to bring awareness of happenings and opportunities in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) at SPC, including at … Continue reading Campus Connections Concert Promises the Sounds of STEM
Renowned pianist Rebecca Penneys will teach a free master class in piano on Saturday, March 9 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the St. Petersburg College Music Center on the Gibbs campus, 6605 5th Avenue N, St. Petersburg. This event is open to the public. Penneys is Professor Emerita of Piano at Eastman School … Continue reading Rebecca Penneys to Host Master Class
Free jazz workshops at the St. Pete Gibbs Campus. Flutist Nestor Torres and pianist Martin Bejerano will have workshops in March.
Hear renowned pianist Kevin Kenner in a recital at the SPC Music Center at the St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus. The event is free for SPC students.
Learn more about the happenings and updates from the SPC Music faculty – from performances both past and present to ongoing collaborations.
SPC students and alumni will have a chance to learn from some of the best – Dave Cook and Amos Heller – members of Taylor Swift’s band, The Agency, on Aug. 13 at the Palladium at SPC.
St. Petersburg College’s Music Industry Recording Arts program welcomed The Sessions to The Palladium on Tuesday, Feb. 27 to speak to students, staff and the community about what it takes –besides musical talent – to make it in the music business.
St. Petersburg College Music Industry and Recording Arts and The Sessions are co-hosting a music industry panel discussion with special guest Chick Corea on Feb. 27 from 5 – 10 p.m. at The Palladium at St. Petersburg College. This event is FREE for SPC students. A $5 donation from the public is requested, with proceeds benefiting the college’s MIRA program.
Five St. Petersburg College music students won awards at the 2018 Florida College System Activities Association’s Winter Music Symposium.