Scholarships are available for instrumentalists, vocalists, and students proficient
in media composition and technology. Scholarship auditions are held during the second
weekend in February through a live audition at UVU or as a recorded audition. learn more
Faculty who are experts in their professions guide a vibrant program and enthusiastically
assist students through every step of their university education. There are several
music degrees available, allowing students to pursue the type of training that most
interests them. learn more
Why Music at UVU?
Degrees from the Department of Music qualify students to pursue a wide range of musical
careers including performance, commercial music, and education. A degree in music
is also excellent preparation for admission to graduate programs in music, as well
as professional schools such as business, law, and medicine. learn more
What are Graduates doing now?
UVU music graduates hold professional positions in teaching, performing, conducting,
composition and music media. Others are pursing graduate degrees in music and other
disciplines. learn more
Ted Buchholz, Assistant Professor from the University of Arizona, will present a cello
recital on March 23, 7:30 pm, in the Science Building Auditorium. Admission is free.
He will be performing works by DesPlanes, Locatelli, Ravel, Debussy, Cui, Stravinksy,
and Arensky. Three faculty members from UVU's Department of Music will participate
in the recital: Armen Sahakyan, piano, Jayne Galloway, piano, and Donna Fairbanks,