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Piano duo and couple Helen Sim and Ning-Wu Du perform before an enthusiastic full house in the UT Center for Performing Arts Recital HallUT Rocket Marching Band marches in parade in Alabama where the UT Rockets played in the GoDaddy Bow Rocket Marching Band members in service at United Way of Southern Alabama Faculty member Joel Tse observes a student playin flute during a lesson UT Chorus members practice Lena Miller and Sasha Noori perform in the fall 2013 UT Opera production of The Tender Land Faculty members Gunnar Mossblad and Kim Buehler perform in a UT Jazz concert Members of the UT Chorus practice Violinists play during a concert by the UT Symphony Orchestra UT jazz vocal students perform at the annual holiday jazz concert

The UT Opera Ensemble performed Puccini's classic comic opera Gianni Schicchi in March. The performance was held in Doermann Theatre with the audience seated on the stage with the performers.

Grammy-Winning Jazz Pianist Alan Broadbent was the guest pianist for the 2015 Art Tatum Memorial Jazz Scholarship Concert in February. Broadbent presented a master class to students, sharing stories from his life as a musician and critiquing student jazz pianists. Later that same night, Broadbent presented a concert to a sold-out crowd in the UT Center for Performing Arts Recital Hall.

 

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Alumni, students and faculty performers at Coming Home Concert

It's not to late, you can still make a donation to the All Steinway Initiative, follow this link to the UT Foundation to make a pledge.

Contact the Department of Music
Interim Chair Jason Stumbo
419.530.5062
Jason.Stumbo@UToledo.edu

Secretary Georgina Molina
419.530.5063
Georgina.Molina@UToledo.edu

Careers
A few of the careers available to Music graduates (and enjoyed by our alumni):
Music Director
Composer
Music Teacher
Musician/Vocalist
Sound Engineer
Music Therapist


Seelio Online Portfolio


Students in the Department of Music are participating in Seelio, an online portfolio platform. Take a look at some of the professional portfolios our students have built. The University of Toledo is working with Seelio, a Michigan startup based in Ann Arbor. Seelio allows students to create an online portfolio to showcasing their work and serving as a vehicle for real-world job experience. Different than social media or resume building sites, Seelio lets "students create a professional persona through meaningful descriptions and rich, visual attachments. Take control of your professional online presence and stand out in a way that you can't on sites like LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest." read more...

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Last Updated: 8/17/15