The Office of the Provost named Dr. Lara Hansfield and Dr. Aslihan Spaulding winners of the Outstanding University Researcher Award, and Dr. Ama Oforiwaa Aduonum and Tyler Lotz winners of the Outstanding University Creative Activity Award.
The voice of poets of the Harlem Renaissance will lift into song with Harlem Sings – A Tribute to the Poets of the Harlem Renaissance. The February 1 event will feature guest artists Patrice Eaton and Kyle Walker.
Music and arts technology students have teamed up to create virtual holiday cards to send out to regular Music for the Holidays concert goers.
Whether performing an individual recital or in an ensemble, musicians want to share their experience with an audience.
Face-to-face interactions bring joy to both music therapy students and their clients. Although students are now completing their clinical hours through telehealth sessions, they have continued to deliver compassionate care.
Faculty and students across Illinois State University’s campus continue to engage safely in teaching and learning during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Students explore career options and ideas with alumni and employers with creative skills.
The Illinois State University String Project provides many different options for students who are interested in pursuing excellence in string playing.
Illinois State University’s Community School for the Arts (CSA) offers private lessons to students ages five through adult on all major orchestral instruments (wind/brass/percussion/strings), piano, guitar, and voice.
The Will to Succeed Scholarship is helping Vicky Nyder with her hopes to become an orchestra teacher.