Music at UNA!
The Shoals Symphony at UNA, under the direction of Dr. Daniel Stevens, will present "Holiday Traditions" in Norton Auditorium at 3 p.m. on Sunday, December 6. Program highlights include Rutter's "The Holly and the Ivy," Anderson's "Sleigh Ride," and Berlin's "White Christmas." The concert will also feature traditional holiday favorites with special guests the UNA choirs, guest conductor Dr. Ian Loeppky. Admission is $15-$22 per adult, available at shoalssymphony.una.edu. Tickets for students and children (12 and under) are available at the door for $5. Alan Flowers will give a pre-concert lecture at 2:15 p.m. There is no charge for the lecture.
As an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Music, the UNA Department of Music has much to offer--outstanding faculty, exceptional performing ensembles, and quality degree programs, including the Bachelor of Music in Performance, Bachelor of Science/Arts degree programs in instrumental music and vocal/choral music (general), and programs of study leading to teacher certification in Instrumental Music P-12 and Choral Music P-12 (music education).
Opportunities for performance in music include both large and small ensembles in the University's band, choral, and orchestral ensembles, as well as in piano, guitar, brass, percussion, woodwinds, and opera/musical theatre. Private study is offered across the full range of applied lessons in voice, piano, band and orchestral instruments, and guitar.
I encourage you to take some time to look at our web site to see what we have to offer in your particular areas of interest. Should you have questions regarding any aspects of our programs, please don't hesitate to contact the department office at (256) 765-4375.
We hope you will soon be among the many fine students who are preparing for exciting and successful careers through music at UNA!
Dr. David M. McCullough, Chair
Department of Music
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