Mark Inouye Raises Funds for Topaz Museum
Faculty member Mark Inouye shares an evening of music and discussion July 10 at SFCM to help raise funds for the Topaz Museum, honoring interned Japanese Americans near Delta, Utah during World War II. (Read more)
A Conversation with Soprano Ashley Valentine '16
Graduating senior Ashley Valentine fills us in on life at SFCM, where she is going next, and her last-minute step-in for Dominique Labelle. Read more.
New Mason Bates Work Features SFCM Baroque Ensemble
Working with SFCM's Baroque Ensemble, Bates explores period instruments through the conduit of contemporary musical techniques… (Read more)
SFCM@LinkedIn: Alumni Share Their Stories
SFCM's Renaissance Club was the welcome guest at the headquarters of LinkedIn in early May for an alumni event focusing on career direction after graduation from the Conservatory. (Read more.).
31st Annual Klein Competition: Winners Announced
Bassist William Langlie-Miletich Wins 31st Annual Irving M. Klein International String Competition (Read more)
Celebrating Dedication — SFCM Commencement 2016
SFCM's 2016 Commencement captured the energy and sense of accomplishment that is a clear staple of this year's graduating class. Read more.
Four Winners in SFCM's 10th Biennial Choral Composition Competition
Over $1,000 in prize money was awarded to the winners of SFCM's 10th Biennial Choral Composition Competition, which took place May 1 at Hume Concert Hall. The awardees are Matt Boehler ‘17 (First Prize), Paul Hansen ‘16 (Second), and Michael Kropf ‘16 and Luke Mayernik ‘17 (tied for Third). Click here to view performances of the winning works.
Renowned Soprano Deborah Voigt Joins SFCM Faculty
Beginning in the fall of 2016, Deborah Voigt will bring to SFCM the benefit of singing experience. Select SFCM voice students will receive the unique opportunity to gain insight and training from one of the world's most versatile singers. Read more.