Music ensembles at Fitchburg State University provide performance opportunities in concert band, jazz band, orchestra, and choir to students of all levels of ability whether or not enrolled in a music minor. The ensembles are open to staff, alumni, and community members. All groups are devoted to the performance of quality repertoire with high standards of musicianship. Ensembles perform typically two or three concerts each semester, on and off campus.


Student ensemble performing on stage


Practice rooms are equipped with Boston pianos or Yamaha digital pianos, and are located in the Conlon Fine Arts building. Four Wenger soundproof rooms are can be found on the second floor in room CNFA 264. Four additional practice rooms (CNFA 153-56) are located on the first floor to the left as you enter through the main entrance of the Conlon building. Practice room hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. OneCard swipe access is required for the Wenger practice rooms. See Humanities department secretary in CNFA 263.


Practice rooms at Fitchburg State University

The Piano/MIDI Lab is equipped with seven Yamaha digital piano keyboard stations, a Yamaha synthesizer, notation, sequencing, editing, and theory software. It is located in room 261 of the Conlon Fine Arts building. Class Piano and Music Technology students get priority usage, but it is open to the campus community.


The Piano/MIDI Lab at Fitchburg State University

Hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. OneCard swipe access is required from the Humanities department secretary in CNFA 263.

Kent Recital Hall is equipped with a Steinway B grand piano and seats approximately 300 people.


Kent Recital Hall

Weston Auditorium also houses a Steinway B grand piano and is our largest recital space on campus.


Weston Auditorium

Music Program at a Glance


Upcoming Performances and Events

Community Music Lesson Program

Visit the program page for an informational packet, lesson offerings and more.


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