- Department of Music
- Dwight Bigler - choral activities
- Ivica Ico Bukvic - composition, multimedia
- Vernon Burnsed - music education
- Robert Chafin - voice
- Richard Cole - history, literature
- Tracy Cowden - piano, vocal coach, Faculty Chair
- Jason Crafton - trumpet, jazz
- Elizabeth Crone - flute
- Jay Crone - trombone, Assistant Director of the School of Performing Arts
- Michael Dunston - music technology, recording, media production
- Wallace Easter - horn
- James Glazebrook - violin, viola, orchestra
- Lee Heuermann - history, theory
- Kent Holliday - piano, composition
- John Howell - In Memoriam
- John Husser - bassoon, saxophone
- David Jacobsen - flute, saxophone
- Stephen E. King - music education
- Eric Lyon - composition
- Richard Masters - piano
- David McKee - Marching Virginians, university bands
- George McNeill - Highty-Tighties
- Polly Middleton - Marching Virginians, Pep Band, Campus Band
- Charles Nichols - composition, music technology
- Cyrus Pace - jazz
- Phillip Paglialonga - clarinet
- Kelly A. Parkes - music education
- Andrew Putnam - conducting, wind ensemble
- Patricia Raun - Director of the School of Performing Arts
- James Sochinski - theory
- Annie Stevens - percussion
- John L. Walker - oboe
- Alan Weinstein - cello, bass
- David Widder - Professor Emeritus
- Ariana Wyatt - voice
- ePortfolio Websites
Performance Listing (May 2014)
|Blacksburg Master Chorale: Elijah Oratorio - 8:00 pm, Saturday, May 3, 2014 - Center for the Arts Anne and Ellen Fife Theatre|
More than 200 singers, a full orchestra, and soloists will fill the stage as the Center for the Arts, Blacksburg Master Chorale, Virginia Tech Choirs, and Roanoke Symphony Orchestra collaborate to present Felix Mendelssohn’s legendary oratorio, Elijah. This intense musical drama depicts the major events in the life of the prophet Elijah. Featured soloists include three Virginia Tech alumni: Branch Fields (in the title role), Danielle Talamantes, and Robert Chafin; as well as Katherine Pracht, mezzo soprano.
|Student Recital: Laura McConchie & Blake Martin - 1:00 pm, Sunday, May 4, 2014 - Squires Recital Salon [map]|
Laura McConchie, soprano and Blake Martin, tenor perform an afternoon shared junior recital. Student recitals are free and open to the public.
|Student Ensemble Concert: Symphonic Wind Ensemble - 3:00 pm, Sunday, May 4, 2014 - Center for the Arts Anne and Ellen Fife Theatre|
The Symphonic Wind Ensemble performs and afternoon concert. Student ensembles concert tickets are $8 General | $8 Seniors/Faculty/Staff | $5 Students and Youth under 18 years old. Tickets are available at the Student Centers and Activities Office and at the performance hall door one hour prior to the performance on a seats-available basis. For more information contact the Student Centers and Activities Ticket Office at 540.231.5615 or go to www.tickets.vt.edu. All sales final and refunds cannot be issued.
|Music on Mondays: Annie Stevens, percussion - 7:30 pm, Monday, May 5, 2014 - Squires Recital Salon [map]|
Music on Mondays presents artist faculty in the School of Performing Arts | Music | Theatre | Cinema. New faculty artist, Dr. Annie Stevens performs an evening percussion recital. Music on Mondays are free and open to the public.
|Student Convocation - 2:00 pm, Tuesday, May 6, 2014 - Squires Recital Salon [map]|
Music students in the School of Performing Arts | Music | Theatre | Cinema, perform an informal afternoon recital. Free and open to the public.
|Student Recital: Low Brass Studio Recital - 7:30 pm, Wednesday, May 7, 2014 - Squires Recital Salon [map]|
The Low Brass Studio performs an evening concert of chamber music and solo repertoire. Student recitials are free and open to the public.
|Virginia Tech String Project Spring Concert - 7:00 pm, Thursday, May 8, 2014 - Center for the Arts Anne and Ellen Fife Theatre|
The Virginia Tech String Project presents its annual Winter concert. The Virginia Tech String Project provides string instruction to elementary students as part of a program to recruit and train future string music educators. This concert is free and open to the public.
listing as .ics file
(for iCal etc.)