Specialties: Piano, Music History, Improvisation
Teaches Courses Like: Applied Piano, Music History, American Popular Music
Blue Sprocket Sound is partnering with EMU to offer internships that encompass both administrative and sound engineering aspects of the studio’s operations.
EMU student Alexa Lahr and other EMU students performed during the Harrisonburg Music Teachers Association's first Play-A-Thon benefit in downtown Harrisonburg. The event benefited the Family Music Project, which helps provide music education to children with fewer resources.
Students interested in jazz learn musical skills and techniques including different styles and improvising.
A bachelor of arts in music from EMU prepares graduates for work in music education, in performance, in graduate school, and in other music-related professions. Our small size means you'll have great opportunities to perform, create and educate. Our faculty are passionate about connecting music with community, cross-cultural experiences and service. Even if you're not a music major you can join an ensemble, or play in the orchestra or jazz band. Music is an important part of the EMU community. Visit our music ensembles page for more info.
Scholarships are available for music majors and non-majors who are interested in participating in music ensembles at EMU.
Both majors and non-majors participate in music events and performances at EMU. Community members, parents, faculty, staff, students and friends are welcome to attend concerts and other events. SVCC events require tickets. Most other events are by donation.
A week-long summer music festival devoted to the music of Bach.
Providing the highest quality music education for elementary and high school students in the Shenandoah Valley.
A nationally acclaimed children's choir based in Harrisonburg, Virginia