- Department of Music
- Early Music Ensemble
- Instrumental Jazz
- The Highty Tighties
- Linux Laptop Orchestra
- New River Valley Symphony
- Percussion and Marimba Ensemble
- 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
- Jason Crafton - trumpet, jazz
- Elizabeth Crone - flute
- Jay Crone - trombone, department head
- Travis J. Cross - conducting, wind ensemble
- Michael Dunston - audio, recording, media production
- Wallace Easter - horn
- John M. Floyd - percussion
- James Glazebrook - violin, viola, orchestra
- Kent Holliday - piano, composition
- John Howell - history, arranging, historical instruments
- John Husser - bassoon, saxophone
- David Jacobsen - flute, saxophone
- Stephen E. King - music education
- Paul Langosch - jazz studies
- David McKee - Marching Virginians, university bands
- George McNeill - Highty-Tighties
- Polly Middleton - Marching Virginians, Pep Band, Campus Band
- Kelly A. Parkes - music education
- James Sochinski - theory
- Patrick Turner - music technology
- John L. Walker - oboe
- Alan Weinstein - cello, bass
- David Widder - clarinet
- Ariana Wyatt - voice
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Department of Music public event ticketing information
University Chamber Music Series: $8 Student or Senior Citizen, $12 General Public
New River Valley Symphony Concerts: $5 Student or Senior Citizen, $8 General Public
Music Ensemble Performances: Typically $3 Student and $5 General Public, sold only at the door.
Early Music Ensemble performances: Free & Open to the public.
Faculty/Guest Artist Recitals: Typically $5, sold only at the door. Call 231-5685 for event-specific information.
Alumni Recitals: Typically free. Call 231-5685 for event-specific information.
Student Recitals: Free & open to the public.
To purchase tickets in advance to University Chamber Music Series or New River Valley Symphony Concerts, please contact the UUSA Ticket Office on the first floor of Squires Student Center (Monday-Friday, 10-6) at (540) 231-5615 or online at www.tickets.vt.edu. Tickets go on sale two weeks before a performance.