A thriving community of talented individuals that offers the best possible preparation for a professional career in music.
The ETSU Department of Music provides a unique, student-focused curriculum that is both challenging and achievable. Our graduates become outstanding performers, caring educators, singer-songwriters, composers, church musicians, and much more. Our faculty includes some of the nation's most-talented musicians, internationally-recognized conductors, Grammy-winning artists, published composers, and award-winning performers. Most importantly, our faculty care about the success of each individual student. You will never be just a number, you will always be a part of the ETSU Music Family!
Students may choose Bachelor of Music degrees in Performance, Music Education, and Jazz Studies, or Bachelor of Arts degrees in Musical Theatre, Contemporary Music Performance & Production, Marching Band, Conducting, Theory/Composition, Music & Culture, and Applied Music.
Our NEW Music Education Curriculum offers the opportunity to receive both a Bachelor's
and Master's Degree in just five years! Interested? Contact us now!
The #ETSUMusicFamily is a special place to study music. Join our family!
MUSIC DAYS 2020-2021
Music Days is your chance to explore what ETSU has to offer!
Audition to be a music major, music minor, or for one of our non-major ensemble scholarships.
If you are a junior or below and still exploring options, come check us out!
Friday, February 19, 2021: Instrumental and Vocal
Saturday, March 13, 2021: Vocal Only
Tuesday, March 23, 2021: Instrumental and Vocal
*We are currently unable to have Music Days on campus due to the ongoing pandemic.
We will provide more information about virtual Music Days if this is deemed necessary as we near the dates.