The Department of Music at Rhodes College is committed to graduating intelligent, passionate music advocates and leaders in music. We are located in Midtown Memphis, where the city is our campus and students become skilled musicians in a real musical community that prepares them for work after college, whether this is in performing, graduate study (in performance, theory, composition, or history), or the pursuit of another passion.
Performances by the Rhodes Singers and Rhodes Collegiate Choir. Bill Skoog and Mona Kreitner, directors. This concert is free and open to the public. 700 Poplar Ave. Memphis, TN
Abbey Judd ’15 learns about community and dives into the Memphis music and arts scene through her urban studies major.
"Lifted in Song" - A concert of inspirational music by professional men's chamber ensemble BealeCanto. William Skoog is the group's founder and artistic director. The concert will be held at Germantown Presbyterian Church, 2363 S. Germantown Rd. Germantown, TN
Rhodes MasterSingers Chorale and the Memphis Symphony Orchestra and Chorus will be performing one of the greatest works of all time: Beethoven's Ninth Symphony. Venue: The Cannon Center For ticket information, contact the MSO Box Office at (901) 537-2525 or purchase online at memphissymphony.org
"Birds of a Feather" Featuring pairings of the same texts set to music by different composers Mona Kreitner and William Skoog, conductors Featuring Rhodes Singers, Women's Chorus and Chamber Singers This concert is free and open to the public. Saturday April 25th, 7:30pm Immaculate Conception Cathedral 1669 Central Ave, Memphis, TN Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Join the Mike Curb Institute for Music for an end-of-the-year celebration of the accomplishments of the Curb Institute and Curb Fellows. The block party will take place at the Mike Curb Institute for Music (Harris Lodge). Stop by after class or on your way home from work to tour and learn more about the Curb Institute and how you can become a part of it. The afternoon will feature live music by student musicians, presentations by Curb Fellows, and a light reception with free food and drinks! Feel free to drop in at any point! Free and open to the public.
Dr. David Huron will present "The Musically Sublime--A Scientific Story" as part of the college's Springfield Music Lecture Series. Free and open to the public, the lecture begins at 7:30 p.m. at Evergreen Presbyterian Church (613 University St.).
LOCATION: St. Mary's Episcopal Cathedral, 700 Poplar Ave. Four women got together for a music reading session one afternoon in the spring of 1986; they wanted to hear what medieval chant and polyphony would sound like when sung by female voices. Twenty-five years later, Anonymous 4 has performed for sold-out audiences on major concert series and at festivals throughout North America, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East; and has made 19 recordings for harmonia mundi usa, selling over two million copies.
Rhodes MasterSingers (William Skoog, conductor) and the Memphis Symphony Orchestra will perform one of the most inspiring oratorios ever written--"Messiah." Handel's masterpiece is full of drama, emotion and beauty, making it the perfect evening for the entire family.
To purchase tickets, call the MSO Box Office at (901) 537-2525 or order online at memphissymphony.org.