With a BFA in musical
You’ll work with the finest teachers of voice, acting, dance,
In addition, you’ll have opportunities to perform in
Whether you pursue a career as a performer, work behind the scenes or become a teacher, your experience at SUNY Cortland will serve you in a variety of career options.
The Dec. 7 concert “It’s About Time” explores a musical approach that’s worked through the ages.
The musical will be performed in Dowd Fine Arts Center Theatre through Nov. 21.
Ubaldo Valli, Performing Arts Department, has been selected as a prize winner in The American Prize National Nonprofit Competition in the Performing Arts. Valli shared third prize in the Vytautas Marijosius Memorial Award in Orchestral Programming, College/University Division category. The American Prize is “the nation’s most comprehensive series of contests in the classical arts” and is “designed to evaluate, recognize and reward the best performers, ensembles, composers and administrators in the United States.”
OnStageBlog.com recently named SUNY Cortland as one of “The 5 Most Underrated Theatre Colleges” for the Northeast, lauding the College for its contemporary training standards, facilities and past performance
Jonalyn Saxer, who has performed in "Cats" and "Holiday Inn" on Broadway and will be part of the cast of "Mean Girls" later this year, shared her experience and took plenty of questions on Friday, Feb. 2.