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Inside Look: U School of Music during Fall 2020

This year has been a testament to how artists adapt and thrive in their ever-changing environment. The University of Utah School of Music is dedicated to helping students navigate through this challenging time while prioritizing their safety. The ways students are creating and performing music has changed, but their drive and quality of their craft continues to grow as they become career-ready, experienced performers.

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  • U Opera Reinvents Face Masks for Singers

    Julia Haywood-Breault started hand-sewing masks for her family and friends when the coronavirus first swept the nation, bringing uncertainty for all, especially the music community.

  • Meet the Faculty Zoom Series

    Thinking about studying music at the University of Utah? Attend these zoom seminars Oct. 26-29, 2020. Come meet our outstanding faculty and learn about programs at the School of Music. Free and open to all students.

  • U Piano Outreach Program ignites a love of music in young students

    Carmen Hall has seen over the past two years teaching in the School of Music's Piano Outreach Program (UPOP) that each of her students gains something slightly different from learning piano.

  • Carl Nielsen & the Violin Naxos Intl. CD Release Event

    Join us in an online event celebrating the release of Carl Nielsen: Complete Works for Violin Solo and Violin and Piano. Produced by Naxos in partnership with the National Danish Academy and the Royal Danish Library, this first ever anthology of Denmark’s most prominent composer is performed by University of Utah School of Music Professor Hasse Borup (Violin) and Andrew Staupe (Piano), former School of Music faculty, now Assistant Professor of Piano at the University of Houston.

Last Updated: 11/18/20