Music is a key to human existence. It serves as expression and source of joy, solace in times of suffering, and the tie that binds people of diverse economic, racial, cultural, and religious backgrounds. This is the motivation behind the Music Department’s leadership for music making in Sewanee.

Upcoming Events

Anna Burklin Senior Voice Recital

St. Luke's Chapel
3:00 PM
Saturday, Mar 3, 2018


Dr. Shalom Goldman Presents Lecture - Johnny Cash in the Holy Land
January 30, 2018
Dr. Shalom Goldman, Pardon Tillinghast Professor of Religion at Middlebury College, will give a lecture entitled “Johnny Cash in the Holy Land: Christian Zionism and American Pop Culture” at 7p.m. Thursday, Feb. 22, in Convocation Hall.
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University of the South Music Professors Perform with EnVaGe
January 22, 2018
On Saturday, February 10, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. in the Roland Hayes Concert Hall of the UTC Fine Arts Center, three of the University of the South Music professors will perform with EnVaGe in a performance of "Celebrate Diversity Through Music and Poetry." Cesar Leal, the Sewanee Symphony Orchestra Conductor and Assistant Professor of Music, joined by Jessica Usherwood, Assistant Professor of Music and Bernadette Lo, Visiting Assistant Professor of Piano at the University of the South, will be performing with the group.
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Modern Jazz Quartet
Modern Jazz Quartet in Sewanee
January 17, 2018
Sewanee Jazz Symposium February 9-11, 2018
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