Producing recordings is a regular part of the creative achievement music professors work on but to have three professional recordings being released by three different music labels in one semester is a significant recognition for the School of Mus
The North American Saxophone Alliance held their biennial conference March 8-11, 2018 at the University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music (CCM). The Mizzou Saxophone Ensemble was one of about a dozen saxophone studio ensembles that perf
In December 2017, several School of Music teaching assistants (Joshua Chism, Meaghan Neel, Marques Ruff, Aubrey Smith, and Kiernan Steiner), accompanied choral directors Dr. R. Paul Crabb and Dr. Brandon A.
During the month of February, the School of Music has hosted seven Brazilian guests from our partnering music schools in Brazil. These guests are visiting classes, sitting in rehearsals, performing in our ensembles, and taking lessons with facult
I. Centennial Radio Interviews (ongoing)
The University Wind Ensemble Tour got off to a great start. However, there's been a little change in plans. They were scheduled to perform at Independence High School and Raymore-Peculiar High School and Grain Valley High School today, Thursday,
The University of Missouri's top choir and concert band will be on tour this week throughout the state of Missouri. Each January, the School of Music sends out students to tour certain regions of Missouri as a recruiting and outreach activity.
Two Hemispheres, featuring Professor Dan Willett, and recent and newly employed alum, Dr. Paulo Oliveira (MM 2015) was released in November 2017.
In late October, 45 MU students and faculty attended the Kansas City Symphony concert featuring Shostakovich's Violin Conceto No. 1 and Dvorak's Symphony No.
On October 18 in the Great Room of the Reynolds Alumni Center, Dr. Neil Minturn was awarded the 2017 Maxine Christopher Shutz Award for Distinguished Teaching. As a required part of the award and celebration, Dr.