School of Music

Yeltsin in Texas

TCU Opera Studio to premiere Yeltsin in Texas!

If Boris Yeltsin could sing, he’d be a bass. The late, larger-than-life Soviet leader is depicted in the modern comedic opera Yeltsin in Texas!, whi...

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Percussion Orchestra featured in Dallas Observer

The TCU Percussion Orchestra was featured in the Dallas Observer after earning the international honor of performing at the Percussion Arts Society In...

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TCU Gives Day: Music ensembles travel to perform at prominent conventions

The TCU School of Music is a nationally recognized, award-winning institution that features distinguished faculty and more than 300 talented students ...

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TCU Jazz Ensemble invited to perform at international jazz festival

TCU School of Music is proud to announce that the TCU Jazz Ensemble has been selected to perform at the 54th Montreux Jazz Festival, the world’s sec...

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Bass Hall

FWSO to premiere music professor’s symphonic composition

TCU School of Music professor of music theory and composition Till Meyn has written a new symphonic work for the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra (FWSO) ...

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TCU Magazine: Organist Elisa Bickers Knows Her Instrument

The Opus 22 pipe organ at Village Presbyterian Church in Prairie Village, Kansas, has an imposing Georgian facade constructed of Tennessee tulip popla...

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The Dallas Morning News features School of Music alum Kevin Day

School of Music alumnus Kevin Day ’19 was recently featured in The Dallas Morning News. Day, who won the 67th annual BMI Student Composer Award...

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