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TU Wind Ensemble

The University of Tulsa Wind Ensemble will present their first Spring semester concert on in the Lorton Performance Center’s Gussman Concert Hall.

The Wind Ensemble, conducted by Matt Schepers, will perform Percy Grainger’s Colonial Song and Molly on the Shore, the first movement of Symphony in Bb for Band by Paul Hindemith, and the Florentiner March by Julius Fučík.

Professional Ethics in Music

The notion of role responsibility plays a crucial role in professional ethics. Despite extensive discussions on role responsibility in fields such as medicine, engineering, business, journalism, and law, the exploration of this notion in the context of the classical music profession remains largely uncharted. This is surprising, especially given the significant attention that the concept of musical performance has received in recent decades. However, there is at least one crucial reason for this neglect. Compared to standard examples of occupations that bestow professional status (such as law, medicine, and engineering), music is a much more controversial case. This prompts a compelling question: can music truly be considered a profession?

However, even if classical music does not fit neatly into the definition of a codified profession, it does not mean that there are no significant ethical issues inherent in a musical occupation. These issues extend beyond typical ethical obligations that musicians may have as employees of institutions like theaters, orchestras, or colleges. Musicians face a unique set of ethical considerations particularly when performing music from the past. Questions arise in this regard: How should they engage with these works? Should they update the score to align with contemporary tastes or remain faithful to the original? How far should they limit their creativity to honor the composer’s intentions?

Join the TU School of Music and Honors College to address these questions, by also considering some classic performances. Performers (both instrumental and vocal) and conductors, composers and arrangers, professors, teachers, lecturers, and classical music enthusiasts — all are welcome!

Caroling with Kendall

The TU community is invited to join the Kendall College of Arts & Sciences and the School of Music as we fill Tyrrell Hall with the sounds of music once again. Stop by Adelson Auditorium and listen to songs, arias, and carols performed by students in the School of Music while enjoying our weekly Snacks & Sips event.

Everyone is welcome!

Featuring solo vocal performances by School of Music majors, accompanied by James Gregory and Brady McElligott.

Music and Entertainment Executive Panel

TU students join the College of Arts and Science for The Music and Entertainment Executive Panel, which offers students a unique opportunity to gain insights into the dynamic process of forging a successful career within the music and entertainment industry. Distinguished panelists will candidly share their professional trajectories, shedding light on the diverse paths that have led them to positions of prominence and leadership. Attendees can anticipate not only inspiration regarding the vast prospects available within these fields, but also an understanding of the pathways The University of Tulsa is actively cultivating for aspiring professionals in these industries. As a token of appreciation, complimentary Chick-fil-A will be provided to all attendees.

Music Business & Industry Mentoring Drop-In Hours

Open to all TU students, no appointment needed! Take advantage of this opportunity to meet one-on-one with our Music Industry Professional-in-Residence Corey Taylor II. Whether you want to explore music production, music business, venue management, artist management, publications, record labels, singer-song writing, or you simply want a place to start, Mr. Taylor would love to meet with you! If you can’t make drop-in hours or have questions, reach out to Mr. Taylor and he is happy to find a time to meet with you: corey-taylor@utulsa.edu

Music Business & Industry Mentoring Drop-In Hours

Open to all TU students, no appointment needed! Take advantage of this opportunity to meet one-on-one with our Music Industry Professional-in-Residence Corey Taylor II. Whether you want to explore music production, music business, venue management, artist management, publications, record labels, singer-song writing, or you simply want a place to start, Mr. Taylor would love to meet with you! If you can’t make drop-in hours or have questions, reach out to Mr. Taylor and he is happy to find a time to meet with you: corey-taylor@utulsa.edu

Music Business & Industry Mentoring Drop-In Hours

Open to all TU students, no appointment needed! Take advantage of this opportunity to meet one-on-one with our Music Industry Professional-in-Residence Corey Taylor II. Whether you want to explore music production, music business, venue management, artist management, publications, record labels, singer-song writing, or you simply want a place to start, Mr. Taylor would love to meet with you! If you can’t make drop-in hours or have questions, reach out to Mr. Taylor and he is happy to find a time to meet with you: corey-taylor@utulsa.edu

Music Business & Industry Mentoring Drop-In Hours

Open to all TU students, no appointment needed! Take advantage of this opportunity to meet one-on-one with our Music Industry Professional-in-Residence Corey Taylor II. Whether you want to explore music production, music business, venue management, artist management, publications, record labels, singer-song writing, or you simply want a place to start, Mr. Taylor would love to meet with you! If you can’t make drop-in hours or have questions, reach out to Mr. Taylor and he is happy to find a time to meet with you: corey-taylor@utulsa.edu

Music Business & Industry Mentoring Drop-In Hours

Open to all TU students, no appointment needed! Take advantage of this opportunity to meet one-on-one with our Music Industry Professional-in-Residence Corey Taylor II. Whether you want to explore music production, music business, venue management, artist management, publications, record labels, singer-song writing, or you simply want a place to start, Mr. Taylor would love to meet with you! If you can’t make drop-in hours or have questions, reach out to Mr. Taylor and he is happy to find a time to meet with you: corey-taylor@utulsa.edu