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School of Music - Streaming

We look forward to this year in the new state-of-the-art BYU Music Building. We appreciate the hard work, cooperation and patience from everyone involved in the effort to construct and relocate to a new building.

The finishing touches and technical calibration of the Concert and Recital Hall will require additional time before its public debut, including streaming services for all performances.

Join us in person for some of our finishing-touch performances or subscribe to get notified when online concert streaming will begin again.

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Welcome to our Concert Streaming

Not all performances are streamed. Please check the event listing above. Our streamed performances are free and have no cost.
For more than just streamed events, visit our Full Calendar and join us for many other exciting performances by the School of Music.
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About the School of Music

One of the lasting traditions of Brigham Young University is its strong cultural emphasis and support of the fine arts. Historically, the music department has been one of BYU’s academic stars, and today the BYU School of Music continues this tradition as it leads toward a bright future. The strength of the School lies in its resources — students, faculty, facilities, the university, and the community.
There are approximately 450 music majors in the School of Music pursuing their dreams while moving towards graduation. This body of talented and dedicated young musicians is an example to the world of the power of music in individual lives. BYU’s School of Music is comprehensive, with approximately 50 full-time and 50 part-time faculty teaching private instruction, ensembles, education, music theory, history, commercial music, and conducting, in addition to other exciting fields of study.
Our focus is on cultivating individual talents and fostering some of the most respected music ensembles in any academic setting.