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Fine Arts Series at SUNY Brockport

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The Fine Arts Series provides a cultural benefit for SUNY Brockport students, their families, the college community, and the residents of Brockport and the Rochester region. With its diverse tapestry of dance, music, theatre, and visual arts, the Series presents events that are both entertaining and challenging-utilizing student and professional artists-at an affordable price.


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until October 10, 2021

Many former students of the Department of Art have been prolific in maintaining an active pursuit of the visual arts in their lives. The Department is honored to present a sampling of works by alumni


September 10, 2021

“…Rochester’s premier Beatles cover band …” – 55 Plus
Mr. Mustard is not always mean, but is always musical, especially when the band—taking their name from one of the Fab Four’s songs—celebrates how


until October 23, 2021

Water by the Spoonful

by Quiara Alegría Hudes ("In the Heights")

“shimmering, sustaining warmth… such empathy and vibrant humor” – The New York Times

Somewhere in Philadelphia, Elliot has returned


until November 21, 2021

Every picture tells a story. In the publishing, editorial, and advertising worlds, an illustration provides a meaningful visual context in framing purpose to literature. This exhibition serves to


October 27, 2021

Explore the piano/violin repertoire with Korean-born pianist E-Na Song and violinist Lara Sipols. Song enjoys communicating with audiences through her passionate playing. She is an avid chamber


until May 8, 2022

We celebrate the accomplishments of our graduating BFA students. Their creative activity of the past year will be presented.

Fall Exhibition:

November 30 – December 12

Opening Reception: TBA


until December 11, 2021

Our Country’s Good
by Timberlake Wertenbaker

“…Fascinating, challenging, thrilling theatre. A hit.” —WCBS Television

When the first ships arrived in Australia in the late 1780s, they were not carrying


February 4, 2022

"…superb technique and an imaginative approach to every tune…"
– CITY Newspaper

Whether performing in jazz clubs or larger concert venues on land—or sea!—or turning their living room into a virtual


until March 5, 2022

Speech & Debate
by Stephen Karam

“…consistently intriguing… Karam uses both the advantages and perils of cyberspace to make amusing, original points.” – Variety

Three teenage misfits in Salem, OR,


March 25, 2022

The RPO remains committed to providing an enriching experience to the community with live music of the highest artistic quality. They take tremendous pride in being a community provider of world-class


until April 13, 2022

The pinnacle of our exhibition season, and the most anticipated by students and faculty, this is our celebration of our students’ artistic achievements for the current academic year.

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until April 2, 2022

Inspired by everything from world events to their own lives, our student choreographers mesh their choreographic vocabulary with their personal style. In the Strasser studio, the audience surrounds


until April 24, 2022

Simply put, Sankofa is a phenomenon. Artistic director Jenise Akilah Anthony and musical director Mohamed Dialy blend infectious Afro-Caribbean rhythms and vitality that flow from dancer to drummer to


until April 30, 2022

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee
Music and Lyrics by William Finn
Book by Rachel Sheinkin

“... entirely adorable” – The New York Times

Can you spell p-o-s-t-p-o-n-e-d? After foregoing the