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Fall 2016 Ensemble Auditions - Sign up NOW!

Love to play an instrument or sing? Not a music major? Not a problem! All music ensembles are open to all students with an audition. Let us know if you want to participate!

Please click here for Band Audition RESULTS!

Please click here to learn more information concerning the choir audition process. Sign up for you time-slot NOW!

Please click here to learn more information concerning the Chamber Orchestra's audition process.


TWU MANDATORY Music Major Area Advising Meeting Tuesday!

On Tuesday, August 30th at 1:30 pm, ALL music students are expected to attend the Music Major Area Advising Meeting. This will be an opportunity to meet with your advisor, check you Fall schedule, and learn about our student music organizations. If you are a Music Education Major, please go to Room 304. Music Therapy students will go to Room 317 and Liberal Arts students will go to Room 203.



TWU MANDATORY Music Major Meeting Next Thursday!

On Thursday, September 1st at 1:30 pm, TWU's Department of Music will be presenting Weekend Update in the MCL Building, Room 101. ALL music students are required to attend. We'll see you there!


TWU Music Department welcomes
Dr. Carter Biggers as Director of Bands
and Assistant Professor of Music

The Texas Woman's University Music Department proudly welcomes Dr. Biggers as their Director of Bands and Assistant Professor of Music beginning in the Fall 2016 semester. He will conduct the Wind Symphony, University Band and Pioneer Pep Band, teach undergraduate courses in conducting, secondary instrumental music methods, marching band techniques, and will oversee all aspects of the TWU band program. To read more about Dr. Biggers and his accomplishments, please click here


Dr. Pamela Youngblood is recognized as the 2016 - 2018 Phi Kappa Phi artist

Dr. Youngblood, the professor of music and chair of TWU's Department of Music and Drama, has been named the 2016 - 2018 Phi Kappa Phi artist. This award recognizes the achievements of those who, in addition to their outstanding scholarship, have displayed talents in the broad realm of the arts: creative, graphic, performing, visual and fine arts. To read more about Dr. Youngblood's fantastic achievement, please click here.


Course Rotation (pdf)

What's Going on in the Music Department?