The College of Music & Performing Arts
Calendar of Events
Schedule of Events
Join Belmont’s College of Music and Performing Arts this fall to experience storytelling come to life through the talent of our students, faculty, and alumni. In state-of-the-art venues such as the new Fisher Center for the Performing Arts , the School of Music and Department of Theatre and Dance offer a variety of performances that spark audience imagination, cultural connection, and educational enrichment.
Music Student Performances
Belmont University’s School of Music offers students a variety of performing ensembles that showcase the School of Music’s incredible musical diversity. With 25 instrumental and 14 vocal ensembles, audiences are sure to find a style they enjoy, including chamber music, orchestral, choral, jazz, bluegrass, country, popular hits or gospel.
Music Faculty Performances
The School of Music’s artist-faculty regularly perform for students and the community as members of the Faculty Jazz Group, Woodwind and Brass Quintets, Belmont Camerata or Faculty Concert Series. Many of our faculty are current or former members of the Nashville Symphony or tour with popular recording artists.
Theatre & Dance Performances
The Department of Theatre and Dance provides student opportunities and training in all aspects of theatre creation and production, including design, directing, and performance with five main stage performances per year and multiple second stage experiences each semester. The Dance minor offers a dance production at the end of each semester.
Musical Theatre & Opera Performances
Belmont’s award winning, nationally ranked, Musical Theatre program offers a full production each semester. Opera theatre performs a staged reading in the fall semester and a full production in the spring semester. Both programs are in the School of Music.
The School of Music is dedicated to bringing guests to campus for the enrichment of students and the community. Each fall the Woods Piano Concert Series hosts an internationally acclaimed classical pianist and the spring Jazz Piano Concert Series brings top or emerging artists to campus. Alumni perform on campus as recipients of the Encore or Curtain Call Award.