Welcome to the School of Music 2020-2021 Season! 

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

The School of Music offers a world-class undergraduate education and training for future performers, music educators, and leaders in the field of music. Prospective students who wish to study music at KSU may choose from one of three degrees: BA in Music, BM in Performance, or BM in Music Education. 

Download our season brochure, or read online, below

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

 


 

  • Faculty Recital: Judith Cole, piano

    January 14, 2021, 7:30 pm

    Free Event

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    A performance by Judith Cole, Kennesaw State University Artist-in-Residence in Collaborative Piano.

  • Faculty Recital: Charae Krueger, cello; Robert Henry, piano

    January 25, 2021, 7:30 pm
    TBA

    Free Event

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    A performace by KSU School of Music faculty, Charae Krueger, cello, and Robert Henry, piano.

  • Faculty Recital: Christina Smith & Robert Henry

    February 8, 2021, 7:30 pm

    Free Event

    An evening of performances by KSU faculty Christina Smith, flute, and Robert Henry, piano.

  • Jazz I & II

    February 11, 2021, 7:30 pm

    Free Event

    An enjoy an evening of performance from Jazz ensembles led by Sam Skelton and Wes Funderburk.

  • Faculty Recital: Robert Henry

    February 14, 2021, 3:00 pm

    Free Event

    This faculty recital features KSU faculty pianist, Robert Henry. Dr. Henry is an internationally distinguished pianist who regularly performs throughout the world as orchestral soloist, recitalist, chamber musician, and recording artist. Since winning first prize in four international piano competitions, he has presented solo debuts at Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, and Wigmore Hall. The Washington Post praised Dr. Henry's "dazzling ability to turn the percussion instrument into a sonorous orchestra… stratospheric sounds… rumbling earthiness… [with] colorful, virtuosic, sensitive playing…" Watch live online at musicKSU.com.

 

 


 

 

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