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  • Grow

    With 16 undergraduate and 12 graduate degree programs, the School of Music trains nearly 700 students to achieve greater technical prowess and nurture their artistic sensitivity.

  • Explore

    Curious about Balinese music? Want to learn about sound recording? Wonder why music is notated how it is? Expand your musical horizons at BYU.

  • Perform

    The School of Music sponsors more than 30 ensembles, including five that tour internationally. Opportunities also abound for solo performance, composition and conducting.

  • Achieve

    BYU launches students to further musical studies and successful careers as they win regional and national competitions, attend prestigious festivals and complete internships around the world.


2014 Campus Education Week Evening Performances

BYU Campus Education Week presents a variety of performances on the evenings of August 19, 20, 21, 22. Performances take place in the Harris Fine Arts Center (HFAC). Tickets are on sale Monday, June 23, 2014. Be entertained by LDS performing artists, see a play, or attend the concert of a captivating pianist and composer.


Robert Cundick releases another inspiring CD

Retired Mormon Tabernacle organist and former BYU music faculty member (1957-1965), Robert Cundick has dedicated his entire career of more than 50 years to changing lives and serving other through the power of music. As the oldest living member of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir music staff, Cundick continues to enlarge his contribution of Gospel-centered music. […]


BYU Students Featured in Bolivian Newspaper

Photo by HernĂ¡n Andia for Los Tiempos. Five music education students from BYU are busy in Bolivia, helping advanced music students of the Cochabamba Symphony Foundation improve their skills and prepare for concerts. Rachel Cottam (oboe), Kate Jessop (double bass), Jenny Jones (violin), Kristen Blackham (flute) and Rebekah Cottam (bassoon) were featured in Los Tiempos, […]

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