If music is a must for you, Meadows is a place to do what you love and garner tools to build a life. Be it a music-intensive B.M. or a more flexible B.A., adapt your education to meet your needs and fulfill your dreams.
Meet Our Faculty
Senior Lecturer in Music Theory and Composition,
Co-Chair of Music Theory and Composition
Adjunct Lecturer in Piano, Chamber Music Coach and Coordinator of Accompanying
Senior Lecturer, Coordinator of Class Piano, Co-Director, SMU Institute for Young Pianists
Senior Lecturer in Music Theory and Composition, Co-Chair of Music Theory and Composition, Director of SYGYZY
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Director of Percussion Ensemble
Co-Coordinator of Percussion Studies
Professor of Practice, Piano Performance and Pedagogy, Piano Preparatory Department
Coordinator of Piano Performance and Pedagogy
Adjunct Lecturer, Director of the Meadows World Music Ensemble; Instructor: Percussion Ensemble, Hand Drumming and Ethnic Percussion
Julie Scott, Ph.D.
Professor of Practice in Music Education; Co-Chair, Music Education; Director, SMU Music Educators Workshops
Intro to DAWs
|Presents the concepts of recording and mixing music and audio using computer-based Digital Audio Workstations (DAWs).|
Meadows Chamber Singers
|A select vocal ensemble composed of the most advanced vocal talent in the University; open through audition to all undergraduate and graduate students, regardless of major.|
Issues in Opera History
Can I double major in music and another field of study and keep my music scholarship?
Absolutely! As long as you stay a B.M. or a B.A., you keep your music scholarship.
Concert performances are presented in Caruth Auditorium, a 490-seat concert hall with an acoustical construction that can be "tuned" for any type of musical presentation. Caruth Auditorium is also the home of the splendid C.B. Fisk Opus 101, a 51-stop, 3681-pipe organ used for recitals as well as symphonic and choral concerts.
November 22, 2021
He’ll present new book and new works in concert with Stephen Tharp, January 25 at 7:30 p.m.
October 22, 2021
Symphony will premiere their works Oct. 23, Nov. 13 and Feb. 26, celebrating 10-year partnership with SMU Meadows