Westminster Symphonic Choir performs with The Philadelphia Orchestra

Mahler's Symphony No. 2 "Resurrection" at the Kimmel Center and Carnegie Hall

Rider presents Molière’s comedy
October 29 - November 2

Laughter and love are still the best medicine!

Rider to celebrate Family Weekend

Rider University students and their families are encouraged to take part in the array of activities planned for Family Weekend 2014.

In the Studio

Oct. 23 - Nov. 30
Rider Art Gallery presents works by Bill White

Features

News@Rider

Mahler's Symphony No. 2 "Resurrection" in Philadelphia and New York October 30 - November 2.
Westminster Choir College junior inspired by her journey to the U.K. and South Africa
Professor Jack Sullivan reflects on Mahler's Symphony No. 2 "Resurrection" and Westminster's connection with this masterwork.
An adaptation of Molière's irreverent comedy that proves laughter and love are still the best medic...
Lynnel Joy Jenkins ’94, Julia Kemp Rothfuss ’66 and Rosephanye Dunn Powell MM’87 honored at 2014 Westminster Alumni Luncheon
Ezzo created an 'all-star' drum group at South Orange Middle School in South Orange, N.J.
New graduate will teach at Tokyo International School this year
Lynnel Joy Jenkins '94 and James D. Moyer '86 honored for their accomplishments and commitment to Westminster's Music Education program
Performing major choral works in New Jersey, Philadelphia and New York.
PNC Foundation-funded program offers music instruction at two Central New Jersey daycare centers
Opening Convocation webcast was viewed by alumni, friends and families around the world.
Students shared the stage with faculty and experienced the life of a working actor
Five decades of work by Bill White ranging from small works on paper to large-scale oil paintings
Oct. 26 event will feature sample performances by students and faculty
Stephen Paulus' 2011 Commencement Address: "Music has the ability to transform."
Assistant Professor of Composition, History and Theory looks at the music of today.
Robert Annis will retire December 31, 2014, after 20 years of service.
Bridging the gap between majors with pencils, paint and paper.