Concerts & Events
All events not otherwise noted take place in the Skinner Hall of Music’s Mary Anna Fox Martel Recital Hall and are open and free to the public. Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact the Office of Campus Activities at (845) 437-5370. Skinner Recital Hall is equipped with a LOOP Hearing System. The loop will offer improved clarity for persons with hearing loss who wear telecoil —or T-coil—equipped hearing aids.
Programs are subject to change. For further information and up-to-date details on all Vassar College Department of Music concerts, please call (845) 437-7294 or revisit this page. Latecomers will be seated at the performers’ discretion. All audience members are to be seated.
This unique concert is built on contemporary repertoire for the unusual combination of voice and percussion.
A springtime celebration of love, joy, community, and personal growth featuring classical and modern vocal music in German, Italian, English, French, and Chinese.
Contemporary Bulgarian organ music, influenced by irregular rhythms of folk traditions and non-Western musical scales.
A 20–30 minute lunchtime recital series by members of the Vassar College Chamber Music Program in a relaxed atmosphere outside the Bridge Café.
An afternoon featuring works by Louis Ganne, Gabriel Fauré, and Katherine Hoover.
Featuring the premiere of Katerina Gimon’s My Own Design and music of Susan Brumfield, Florence Price, Felix Mendelssohn, and others. Christine Howlett, conductor