The Marshall School of Music is happy to offer three different options to audition. Due to the COVID19 pandemic, we understand that some may not feel comfortable with in-person auditions or may not have the ability to travel. Select one of the following options In-person audition at one of our scheduled audition days Pre-recorded video
The Marshall University Wind Symphony Concert will provide accompanying resources to aid teachers as they navigate virtual learning. Please read Dr. Adam Dalton’s message below. I would like to cordially invite you and your students to the Marshall Wind Symphony Chamber Concert next Thursday, October 1st at 7:30pm. The concert will be livestreamed
Due to the COVID19 pandemic, our concerts will be livestreamed through the College of Arts and Media YouTube Channel Please visit YouTube to view the Livestream For more information and a complete list of our concerts, visit our event calendar. Archival Programs Symphonic Band and Wind Symphony Concert November 19, 2020 Program Julio Alves
The Marshall University Jazz Studies Program will offer a FREE Virtual Jazz Camp that will be open to all music students ages 13-adult, and will also be open to their music teachers and band directors. Virtual sessions will be offered Monday, June 8 through Friday, June 12 beginning at 1pm (EST) and will be live
The Marshall University Choral Union and the Marshall University Symphony Orchestra will join together to present a program honoring victims of the Holocaust at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 28, at B’nai Sholom Synagogue, 949 10th Ave., Huntington.
Marshall University’s Dr. Johan Botes, assistant professor of music, along with former James Madison University piano professor Vicki Cavendish, who now resides in Charleston and maintains a full private piano studio, will perform a two-piano recital beginning at 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 5, in Smith Recital Hall on the Huntington campus.
The Marshall University Chamber Choir will join the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra Chorus in celebrating Leonard Bernstein’s centenary and Walt Whitman’s bicentenary anniversaries in two upcoming performances.
Marshall University’s School of Music will present a concert and a master class with performer Kaitlyn Davis. Davis is a New York-based soprano who played the part of Christine Daaé in the North American tour of “Phantom of the Opera,” winning the Emerging Talent Award from the Kurt Weill Foundation’s 2016 Lotte Lenya Competition.
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