BYU School of Music Helps the Museum of Art Tell the Story of M.C. Escher

Student performers recorded music on a Disklavier piano to accompany the art of M.C. Escher The connection between art and music will be spotlighted in an upcoming exhibition at BYU’s Museum of [...]

Jazz Ensemble Rings in the Christmas Season with “Just Around the Corner”

The concert will feature jazz standards and holiday favorites The BYU Jazz Ensemble will kick off BYU’s season of Christmas concerts with “Just Around the Corner” on Nov. 28 in the de Jong [...]

BYU Philharmonic Performs Dramatic Masterpieces

“Scheherazade” by Rimski-Korsakoff will be the highlight of the concert which will also feature “Les Nuits d’été, Op. 7” and “Daphnis et Chloé, Suite No. 2” The BYU Philharmonic Orchestra will [...]

BYU Baroque Ensemble Performs Music Composed by Expatriates

Baroque Ensemble director, Alexander Woods, shares repertoire for upcoming concert BYU’s Baroque Ensemble will perform a concert titled, “Expatriates—The Music of Handel, Muffat and Geminiani,” [...]

BYU Jazz Voices Explore Facets of Jazz

  Familiar and original tunes spanning jazz’s many subgenres will be performed by BYU Jazz Voices One of BYU’s most unique and innovative performing groups will present a concert on Nov. 15. [...]

Joshua Lindsay Brings Experience and Passion to the School of Music

New professor of vocal performance and opera, Joshua Lindsay, shares his background performing in Europe as well as what brought him to BYU While Joshua Lindsay may be among the newest faculty to [...]

Changing Children’s Lives with Music

Liz Shropshire shared how she made an impact using music in an inspirational lecture for College of Fine Arts and Communication faculty and students College of Fine Arts and Communication alumna [...]

Brass Students Slide into Hong Kong for International Music Festival

A group of students attended SliderAsia Music Festival in Hong Kong to expand and enhance their musicianship. Six students representing the BYU Trombone Choir traveled to Hong Kong to take part [...]

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Turning a Detrimental Diagnosis into a Prodigious Gift

Leaving the uniformity of school and experiencing international learning was life-changing for pianist Kaden Larson After overcoming the odds of a childhood diagnosis, Kaden Larson’s profound [...]

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Catherine Boyack Awarded First Place in National Flute Competition

Competition highlights hard work of BYU Music Major At the tender age of two, Catherine Winters Boyack knew the flute was the instrument meant for her. “My parents, classical musicians, took me [...]