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  • U School of Music Instructor Cathy Clayton on Going Online

    Associate Professor (Lecturer) Cathy Clayton has fifteen years' experience with online teaching, and she offers her insights during this time of remote learning.

  • COVID-19 and School of Music Measures

    The University of Utah has proactively monitored and responded to daily developments as the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has spread in Utah and across the United States. As was announced by President Watkins on March 12, 2020, classes at the University of Utah are cancelled Monday and Tuesday, March 16 and 17 (after Spring Break). The University of Utah will shift to all-online instruction beginning March 18 for the rest of spring semester. All School of Music concerts, and all other public events, are cancelled through April 29th, 2020, except for student recitals that are required to be completed this semester for graduation. These student recitals will not be open to the public, except through online streaming. The School of Music Office, the McKay Music Library, and School of Music practice rooms will remain open. However, we encourage students to take advantage of technologies that allow them to receive instruction while not being physically present on campus. Students who are away from campus are encouraged not to travel back. Our highest priority remains the health and safety of our students.

  • MAKING ART WORK: Rod Davis, VP of Music Business Affairs for Sony Pictures Entertainment & School of Music Alumnus

    Rod Davis is the vice president of Music Business Affairs for Sony Pictures Entertainment. In this role, Davis is responsible for handling music transactions from negotiations for composers, musicians, and music supervisors, to recording artists and soundtrack album agreements for feature films, television series, game shows and interstitial works. Davis earned his bachelor’s degree at the University of Utah School of Music, his master’s in Music at University of Southern California, and his J.D. at Southwestern University School Law School. Prior to his work at Sony Pictures Entertainment, Davis acted as senior counsel to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, handling music rights and transactions for the studio.

  • David Park, Adjunct Professor of Violin, on his upcoming landmark year

    For David Park, School of Music Adjunct Professor, 2020 will be a landmark year for violin performance.

Last Updated: 2/13/20