Avery Davis ’16, who studied both music and Chinese, finds that music is truly a universal language.
In a changing musical landscape, adjunct instructor Jennet Ingle’s love of the oboe inspires her career and her students.
EJ Ramos ’04 plays in the United States Army Band, and it is his responsibility to play “Taps,” the 24-note bugle arrangement for fallen soldiers.
In the Chorale, Emma Ritter ’15 performed some of classical music’s most challenging pieces — including Bach’s formidable Mass in B minor.
Sarah Burman-Schollmeyer ’05 excels in music production, a talent she uncovered through Valpo’s Battle of the Bands.
At Valpo, Assistant Professor Katharina Uhde has the chance to share her passion for violin, musicology, and Bach.
At Valpo, Emily Robinson ’17 has blossomed in countless ways — as a leader, collaborator, scholar, educator, musician, and motivator.
Read about some of our current students and how music fits into their lives at Valpo!
Each week, the music colloquia bring together students with similar musical interests and problems to learn together in a performance/laboratory setting. Colloquium attendance is required for music majors, as outlined in the Handbook, and encouraged for music minors and other students enrolled in studio lessons.