Within the past decade the number — and sometimes seriousness — of performance injuries has grown. This is an issue all musicians at all levels of accomplishment need to take seriously.
The School of Physical Therapy will provide posture screenings for musicians, to be held at the Onsite PT Clinic in Weyerhaeuser Hall.
Instrumental musicians - please bring your instruments to the screening.
The University of Puget Sound Concerto-Aria Competition has been an honored tradition in the School of Music since 1981.
Students participate each fall in this highly competitive program that highlights their work as musical soloists. Winners are offered opportunities to perform as soloists with the School of Music’s Symphony Orchestra or Wind Ensemble. Prior years' winners have also gone on to win regional and national music competitions; and perform with professional ensembles and opera companies.
The School of Music Opera Theater will present She Loves Me (Bock/Harnick/Materoff) in spring 2020.
Auditions are Nov. 4–5, 2019. An audition announcement containing more information will be posted in October. Rehearsals for the production begin in January and continue through the performance dates, April 3–5, 2020.
Visit the Opera Theater page to view prior repertory. For general opera theater information, contact Dr. Dawn Padula.
"I'm surrounded by music here and it's truly inspiring."
Madeleine Scypinski '20, oboe performance major, recently returned from study abroad in Vienna, Austria. Madeleine studied under oboist Andrea Krauk and took courses at Universität Wien, in addition to serving as second oboe substitute in the Orchesterverein.
Madeleine is pictured with Nalin Richardson '20, horn, who she recently visited in Budapest.