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The DePauw University School of Music is home to 6 unique large ensembles: University Orchestra, University Band, Jazz Ensemble, University Choir, Festival Choir, and Vox Animae. These large-scale collaborations give each student an opportunity to perform with their peers and perform great repertoire of old as well as contemporary masterworks. Pictured here is a photo from our Concerto Winners’ concert: each student can compete in a friendly competition for the chance to perform concerto-style rep alongside the orchestra!
Alongside our required large ensembles, we also have various chamber groups, studio performances, and the Symphonic Band, a School of Music and College of Liberal Arts collaborative ensemble that includes students from both schools as well as faculty. The Festival Choir is another opportunity for DePauw-Greencastle collaboration as Voice Majors, CLA students, faculty, staff, and community members come together to perform incredible repertoire!
Selected Repertoire: (Coming Soon)
DePauw University Orchestra:
Pines of Rome – Ottorino Respighi
Symphony No. 7 – Ludwig van Beethoven
Pictures at an Exhibition – Modest Mussorgsky
Voices Shouting Out – Nkeiru Okoye
Hansel and Gretel – Engelbert Humperdinck
DePauw University Band:
Danzon No. 2 – Arturo Marquez, arr. Nickels
Come Sunday – Omar Thomas
The Dog Breath Variations – Frank Zappa
Symphony No. 6, for Band – Vincent Persichetti
magneticfireflies – Augusta Read Thomas
Aurora Awakes – John Mackey
Song of Democracy – Howard Hanson
-collaborating with the University Chorus
Hip Hop Etudes – Daniel Bernard Roumain
DePauw University Jazz Ensemble:
DePauw University Choir:
The DePauw University Orchestra starts the School of Music concert season in Kresge Auditorium at 3pm Sunday, September 18 with “Music for a Season Opener.” According to Orcenith Smith, Music Director of the Orchestra, “We are excited to channel the energy of the students into the narratives of this first concert!” The program will feature the powerful and mysterious romantic masterpiece by Franz Schubert, Symphony No. 8, the “Unfinished,” and audience favorites like Hoe Down by Copland and Johannes Brahms’ Hungarian Dance No. 6. The orchestra will also present American composer Anne Gebuhr’s Prelude to the opera “Dietrich Bonhoeffer” and Dance Rhythms by mid-twentieth century American Wallingford Riegger. The one-hour concert is free and open to the public.
Sunday, September 18 • 3 PM • Kresge Auditorium
Sunday, October 30 • 3 PM • Kresge Auditorium
Join us for a combined concert from the DePauw University Band and the String Orchestra! More info coming soon!
The DePauw University School of Music is the home of 3 choral ensembles: University Chorus, Vox Animae, and Festival Choir! This concert will feature all three ensembles performing independently as well as in tandem to showcase a plethora of repertoire!
Thursday, November 3 • 7:30 PM • Kresge Auditorium
Saturday, November 5 • 7:30 PM • Kresge Auditorium
Our Percussion and Saxophone Studios join forces to bring you a different type of large ensemble concert! This semesterly combo is always a blast!
As part of the yearly Jazzfest, the Jazz Ensemble gives a midday performance between the workshops with high school bands and the Green Guest Artist Concert!
Friday, November 18 • 5:30 PM • Moore Theatre
Sunday, November 20 • 3 PM • Kresge Auditorium
Our come-one-come-all ensemble gives what is sure to be a stunning performance! This ensemble features School of Music students playing secondary instruments, DePauw faculty and staff, and College of Liberal Arts students coming together to make music!
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RT @DePauwAthletics: Tigers FH lost to Wittenberg 3-2 in overtime. The Tigers will travel to Oberlin this Saturday, September 17th to take on the Yeowomen. @DePauwSoccer dropped its match against Rose-Hulman 1-0 in an evening contest. They will face off against Millikin University this Saturday.