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News

Ana Maria Iordache: Classical Guitarist

Ana Maria Iordache is a classical guitarist from Romania currently pursuing her DMA degree at the University of Arizona School of Music. She took a break… More

Ensemble Auditions for Fall 2023 are coming up!

Ensemble Auditions for Fall 2022 are coming up! To register and download audition materials visit: ensembleauditions.music.arizona.edu

A Season of Heroines – Opera Theater

The University of Arizona Opera Theater presents A Season of Heroines Two operas, written 400 years apart, mirror a heroine’s determination to not let the past… More

Events

Faculty Artist Series Recital – Molly Gebrian, viola “Trailblazers: Music by Dora Pejačević, Ethel Smyth, and Henriëtte Bosman”

Venue: Holsclaw Hall

Zhiyong Xu, Violin – POSTPONED

Venue: Holsclaw Hall

UA Wind Symphony

Venue: Crowder Hall

UArizona Philharmonic Orchestra

Venue: Crowder Hall

Omar David Molina Santos, Double Bass – Doctoral Qualifying Recital

Venue: Holsclaw Hall

DMA Wind Conducting student Zach Tolman and MM Wind Conducting student Caroline Aylward have been invited to present a session at the 2023 CBDNA (College Band Director National Conference) at the University of Georgia.

The Jeffrey Haskell Recording Studio is one of the many hidden gems of our Fred Fox School of Music. We are extremely proud of this valuable resource available to anyone. Please visit the site for more information.

Outreach is one of the many critical missions of the School of Music. To learn more about some of our exciting programs and initiatives, please feel free to browse this section of our site.

The University of Arizona School of Music is an important destination for a rewarding life in music.

We are an arts destination in the culturally rich, vibrant Southwest, we engage and empower all who seek to create, experience, and explore music.

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Our Mission

We advance musical potential and expand artistic horizons to enrich lives through music.

Our Vision

The University of Arizona School of Music will be a leader among schools of music in American land grant institutions. The School will be an interdependent community of student and faculty composers, educators, performers, and scholars who balance the primary work of training musicians for careers in the arts with performances, scholarships, and outreach activities that enrich the cultural life at regional, national, and international levels.

Our Core Values

Integrity • Compassion • Exploration • Adaptation • Inclusion • Determination