Krannert Art Museum Spotlights Local Music Scene with Art Remastered from Home

Art Remastered from Home is a new video music series from Krannert Art Museum (KAM) featuring at-home performances of original songs by local musicians inspired by artworks at KAM. 

Hanan Rahman

Hornist Hanan Rahman a Winner in National Competition

Second year master's student Hanan Rahman has won third place in the Music Teachers National Association Young Artist Competition. Representing the East Central division of MTNA, Ms.

Encouragement and Community through Music: Professor Chip McNeill

Chip McNeill shares a message of support to the SOM community, featuring a performance with Chip Stephens on piano. 

Encouragement and Community through Music : Professor Tito Carrillo

Isfahan - by Billy Strayhorn and Duke Ellington

Tito Carrillo, trumpet
Larry Gray, guitar
Emma Taylor, double bass
Kurt Reeder, piano

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Encouragement and Community through Music : Professor Timothy Ehlen

Polonaise in A-flat Major, Op. 53 “Heroic” by Frédéric Chopin as performed by Prof. Timothy Ehlen.

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Within My Soul album cover

Chamber Singers and William Moersch Collaborate on New Recording

The U of I Chamber Singers, directed by Prof. Andrew Megill, recorded a new work by composer Akemi Naito for marimba and chorus. "Five Waka Poems by Siagyo" features Prof.

Encouragement and Community through Music: Professor Casey Robards

A message from professor Casey Robards and members of her Music Literature class.

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Bach Legacy Cover

Charlotte Mattax Moersch Releases New Recording

Charlotte Mattax Moersch, Professor of Harpsichord, has released a new album of music by J.S. Bach.

Encouragement and Community through Music with Dr. Ollie Watts Davis

A musical offering from Professors Ollie Watts Davis, soprano, and Casey Robards, piano. 


An die Musik, Franz Schubert
He's Got the Whole World In His Hands, Arr. Margaret Bonds

Remembering Nicholas Temperley

Dear friends,

It is with great sadness that I inform you that Professor Emeritus Nicholas Temperley has died. This is a tremendous loss to both the School of Music and the field of musicology.