Photo: Emily Franke, a sophomore from Columbia, and Kim Major meet for the first time at the CAFNR Scholarship Dinner on Oct. 26. Photo by Casey Buckman. Full article below:
In September of 2016, approximately 15 voice majors in the School of Music participated in vocal health assessments with the Department of Communication Science and Disorders. Dr.
MU School of Music’s saxophone instructor, Professor Leo Saguiguit, is honored to be among one of 8 people to receive the 2016 Faculty-Alumni Award. The awards, begun in 1968, recognize the achievements of faculty and alumni.
Esterhazy Quartet performing at
Berklee College of Music
in David Friend Hall
For the last twenty years, MU’s faculty string ensemble-in-residence, the Esterhazy Quartet, has traveled to Berklee College of Music in Boston for their annual guest residency focusing on new music for string quartet.
MU's School of Music is proud to have three faculty ensembles in residence: Missouri Quintet (Woodwind), Mizzou Brass (Brass), and Esterhazy Quartet (Strings). Two of these ensembles will be presenting recitals this Homecoming weekend.
This past summer, MU School of Music faculty member Julie Rosenfeld was selected to receive a 2016 SEC Travel Grant.
GRAMMY AWARD WINNING ENSEMBLE, CHANTICLEER, COMING TO MU WEDNESDAY, OCT. 5, 2016
After auditioning in March, senior vocal major Kai Manning, (BA '17), has been selected to sing the national anthem at the Kansas City Royals home baseball game Tuesday, Sept.
Ted Arthur began his studies at MU in Fall 2004, double majoring in Journalism and Music. Ted was an excellent student at MU where he developed both of his areas of expertise and learned so much from his instructors and fellow classmates.
MU School of Music is proud to welcome several new faculty this school year. Several of them will make their recital debut in a New Faculty Recital to be held Monday, September 26, 2016 (details located at end of article). New faculty