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Graduates Prepared for Success
Our mission is to prepare dynamic music educators, performers, and composers for leadership roles in our profession. We are committed to educating students as well as enhancing and enriching our community through music.
Monday Morning Music Memo
Monday, January 21:Martin Luther King Day
No Classes/University Closed
Tuesday, January 22:Guest Artist Recital: Margery McDuffie Whately, piano
7:30 PM – FAC Recital Hall – RECITAL CREDIT *Canceled due to Illness
Wednesday, January 23:Electronic Music Concert
5:00 PM – FAC Recital Hall – RECITAL CREDIT
Thursday, January 24: Men’s Basketball Game vs. Appalachian State
7:00 PM – First National Bank Arena
Saturday, January 26: Men’s Basketball Game vs. Coastal Carolina
4:00 PM – First National Bank Arena
Attention students: All privately funded scholarship applications are due February 1st. More information can be found at the Music scholarships webpage: http://www.astate.edu/college/liberal-arts/departments/music/scholarships/.
Treble Clef Club of Jonesboro Music Scholarship
Two $500 scholarships will be given this year to two selected music students (one instrumentalist and one vocalist) who wish to pursue or continue their education in either Music Performance and/or Music Education at Arkansas State University-Jonesboro. Awards are contingent upon the quality of applicants. Thus, no award may be given, or two may be given in one area.
For 2019 only, a special scholarship of $200 will be offered to a qualified Music Education major, in memory of Mrs. Joy Fiala, beloved former Music Education and Piano Faculty member at A-State.
Auditions will be on April 7, and the application deadline is April 1.
Click HERE for more information.