How has music’s place in education changed?
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Robert Gibson pursued a Master of Music because he wanted to refine his craft and deepen his understanding of what it means to be an educator.
Poet Michael Dennis Browne and composer John Wykoff are counting on the music and lyrics to lift “Now We Belong.”
When the 45th president of the United States is sworn in on Jan. 20, 2017, the MSU Chorale will be front and center – performing during the nationally televised ceremony.
The album serves as an example of the restoration of diplomatic connections between the U.S. and Cuba.
Dr. Bradley Snow and Dr. John Zastoupil will serve as directors of the athletic and concert bands, respectively.
Michael Murray’s work was recently highlighted during a Maroon Minute at a Missouri State football game.
Sam Hamra, chairman of Hamra Enterprises, has given a significant gift to the Missouri State University Foundation for the purchase of a Steinway grand piano.
Gerrit Scheepers, a graduate music student at Missouri State University, has recently been given a rare opportunity to attend the Melodious Accord Fellows Program with five other students.
The music and media department in Meyer Library at Missouri State University received funding from the State Library of Missouri to send an employee to the Music Library Association national conference this year in Denver. This is a “Show Me Steps to Continuing Education” grant.