Please join us for the Bailey School of Music 2022-2023 Season! 

Tickets Now Available!

We invite you to join us and experience the joy of a live performance in Morgan Concert Hall or via ArtsKSU Virtual. You will then understand that KSU Bailey School of Music is where talent is cultivated, creativity is nurtured, performers are inspired, and where passion is heard.

Need technical assistance? Please call 470-578-6650 or email boxoffice@kennesaw.edu 

Read our new season brochure online, below, or download here. 


  • COTA Interchange

    September 27, 2022, 7:30 pm
    Zuckerman Museum of Art

    In-person Reservation

    Interchange is an annual collaboration across all disciplines in the College of the Arts. It celebrates the spark that all the creative arts enkindle in one another.

  • University Band & Philharmonic Orchestra

    September 28, 2022, 7:30 pm
    Morgan Concert Hall, Bailey Performance Center

    Virtual Reservation In-person Reservation

  • Jazz Ensemble I & Jazz Ensemble II

    September 29, 2022, 7:30 pm
    Morgan Concert Hall, Bailey Performance Center

    Virtual Reservation In-person Reservation

    KSU’s Jazz Program includes three large ensembles, seven combos, a jazz guitar ensemble and our vocal jazz lab. In the 2022-2023 season, jazz lovers will enjoy creative collaborations, unique special projects, and performances by all of our student ensembles as well as our Faculty Jazz Parliament. Listen to the cutting-edge works of Darcy James Argue, John Daversa, Don Sebesky, and Fred Sturm, as well as classic works by Basie, Ellington, Kenton, and more.

  • ArtsKSU and the Atlanta Opera present: Bluebeard's Castle

    October 7, 2022, 8:00 pm
    Morgan Concert Hall, Bailey Performance Center

    In-person Reservation

    ArtsKSU is proud to partner with the Atlanta Opera in a new take on Bela Bartok’s Bluebeard’s Castle from director Daisy Evans and conductor Stephen Higgins, together the creative force behind England’s Theatre of Sound, that is making its American debut. Typically staged as a psychological thriller or Gothic horror as the lover uncovers the secrets of Bluebeard’s past, this brilliant new production centers the story on the loss of a loved partner to the ravages of dementia in a way that will resonate with anyone who has dealt with aging partners or parents. Michael Mayes, who has starred in several of The Atlanta Opera productions including Sweeney Todd, Dead Man Walking and The Kaiser of Atlantis, reunites with Susan Bullock as Bluebeard and Judith, roles they created for the world premiere of this production in London. In partnership with Wellstar College of Health and Human Sciences

  • ArtsKSU and the Atlanta Opera Present: Bluebeard's Castle

    October 8, 2022, 8:00 pm
    Morgan Concert Hall, Bailey Performance Center

    In-person Reservation

    ArtsKSU is proud to partner with the Atlanta Opera in a new take on Bela Bartok’s Bluebeard’s Castle from director Daisy Evans and conductor Stephen Higgins, together the creative force behind England’s Theatre of Sound, that is making its American debut. Typically staged as a psychological thriller or Gothic horror as the lover uncovers the secrets of Bluebeard’s past, this brilliant new production centers the story on the loss of a loved partner to the ravages of dementia in a way that will resonate with anyone who has dealt with aging partners or parents. Michael Mayes, who has starred in several of The Atlanta Opera productions including Sweeney Todd, Dead Man Walking and The Kaiser of Atlantis, reunites with Susan Bullock as Bluebeard and Judith, roles they created for the world premiere of this production in London. In partnership with Wellstar College of Health and Human Sciences

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