Do you love music? The Music Department offers lessons, ensembles, and courses for beginners and experienced musicians alike, in styles ranging from Gregorian chant to Gospel. Courses in theory, history, ethnomusicology, jazz, composition, and performance have interdisciplinary links to many other departments; with intense faculty mentoring, music majors develop strong career opportunities in these and many other fields. Come explore our world-class instrument collection, and sample some of the 100-plus events we host each year!
Eugene Gaub to be pianoforte soloist for the Des Moines Symphony's production of Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony.
World premiere of "Winds for Change" with the Grinnell Symphony Orchestra, and artists and scientists on the critical challenge of climate change.
- Bucksbaum 104 - Sebring-Lewis HallSun Nov 232 p.m
- Banjo FolksBucksbaum 269 - Papper Theatre SeminarSun Nov 232 p.m
- Bucksbaum 104 - Sebring-Lewis HallTue Dec 027:30 p.m
- Cello Studio Recital - Students of Yoo-Jung ChangBucksbaum 152 - Lawson Lecture HallFri Dec 057 p.m