At TCU, you’ll perform in numerous concerts and master classes of world-renowned artists and guest orchestras, and access a wide variety of top-quality ensembles from bands to orchestras and choirs.
Beethoven’s 9th Symphony – Bass Performance Hall
The TCU Symphony Orchestra and the Fort Worth-TCU Symphonic Choir, under the baton of Maestro Germán Guitiérrez perform what is universally regarded as Beethoven’s greatest work, the Symphony No. 9 in D minor. Performed in Fort Worth’s spectacular Bass Performance Hall, this concert is an example of the types of professional opportunities that TCU music students have to prepare them for successful careers in music.
TCU Percussion Studio
This video is a brief introduction to the TCU Percussion Studio. Dr. Brian West shows you what it’s like to be a percussion major in the TCU School of Music.
TCU Frog Corps
TCU Frog Corps is one of the most popular spirit groups on campus! This male vocal group is a campus-wide organization that performs for a variety of events including TCU sporting events, university functions and community concerts.Read more
TCU Jazz Festival
The TCU Jazz Festival has featured many prominent guest artists including saxophonist Randy Brecker, drummer Peter Erskine and multi-instrumentalist Paquito D’Rivera. Our music students have the opportunity to play with and learn from these jazz greats – memorable experiences that will help to shape them both musically and artistically.Read more
Expand your horizons by studying abroad in more than 50 countries, plus service-learning trips overseas and internships around the globe. In addition to TCU’s semester, summer, and short-term programs, music majors can study abroad in a faculty-led summer program. Students have explored music in Florence and Venice with Dr. Blaise Ferrandino and Sheri Neill, earning credit in MUSI 10043 — Music in Northern Italy.
Study abroad is an eye-opening and life-changing experience. While abroad, you’ll cultivate your cross-cultural communication, creative thinking and problem-solving skills, and become more adaptable, self-reliant and internationally aware. Our students return to TCU with new skillsets and perspectives — and better equipped to succeed in the global economy.