Above: Senoir flute performance major, Sarah VanSkike will be featured by the Wind Symphony performing Francois Borne's "Fantasie brillante sur 'Carmen'" on the May 1, 2015 concert at 7:30 p.m. in the P.E. Monroe Auditorium. Admission is free.
Whether you are looking toward a career in music or simply wish to be involved in band, choir, jazz ensemble, athletic band, and a variety of smaller ensembles for brass, percussion, voice or winds, Lenoir-Rhyne University provides a place for you to plug in.
Lenoir-Rhyne students can prepare for careers as music educators, performers, church musicians or arts organizations managers, they can become involved in choirs, bands, and percussion ensembles and chamber ensembles.
Simply click on the tabs to the left of the screen to discover some of the opportunities that are available to you. From choirs, to bands, to the various music majors, you will find a program of high quality and lots of opportunity. Find out how Lenoir-Rhyne University can help you reach your educational goals.