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Department of Music
As a music student, you will be involved in one of the most progressive and nurturing university environments in the region. You will work with a truly resident faculty active nationally and internationally who will challenge you to develop your talents and hone your skills to the fullest, while encouraging you to expand your horizons and realize your goals.
Graduates Prepared for Success
Our mission is to prepare dynamic music educators, performers, and composers for leadership roles in our profession. We are committed to educating students as well as enhancing and enriching our community through music.
Athletic bands provide opportunities to continue your musical activities and growth, and serves as an excellent way to meet classmates and develop lasting friendships.
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Monday Morning Music Memo
Friday, September 21:Volleyball Game vs. Troy University
6:30 PM in First National Bank Arena
Saturday, September 22:Home Football Game vs. UNLV (BAND DAY)
The Sound of the Natural State will performwith 850 High School Band Students from 22 area-high schools!
6:00 PM in Centennial Bank Stadium
Sunday, September 23: Volleyball Game vs. South Alabama
12:00 PM in First National Bank Arena
Monday, September 24: NAfME Meeting
6:00 PM in FA 118
Tuesday, September 25: Tuesday Morning Recital
11:00 AM FAC Recital Hall – RECITAL CREDIT
- Students, please note the newly posted practice room logs in each practice room. We have been asked to quantify the usage of those spaces, and you can help by marking the log when using a practice room. Simply mark an X for the time period that you are using the room. Thanks for your cooperation.
- The A-State Theatre Department will be opening their production of Silent Sky September 28-30th. The music featured in the production was recorded by members of the A-State Music Department faculty and wind ensemble and was composed by Dr. Derek Jenkins.