School of Music Events and Performances

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School of Music COVID Attendance Policy

The University of Redlands School of Music community is excited to share the artistry of our students and faculty with our community. To ensure the safety of our students, staff, faculty, and audience members, no individual should come to campus for any event if they are sick, exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19, have been exposed to someone exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19, or have been exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19. Masks must be properly worn at all times for all School of Music events (eating or drinking in concert venues is strictly prohibited). KN95 or N95 masks are highly recommended, and masks will be available for our guests.

Events Calendar

View the School of Music Events Calendar.

Watch Events

Select performances in Frederick Loewe Performance Hall will be broadcast via LiveStream. Watch School of Music events live.

Concert Programs

As the School of Music strives to conserve resources and reduce paper waste, we have begun projecting concert programs in some of our performance venues. Therefore, we have made all of our concert programs available as electronic documents. Upcoming events, as well as archive programs dating back to the fall of 2009, are available for viewing and/or printing.

Honor Band & Orchestra Audition Prep Clinic

The Honor Band & Honor Orchestra Audition Preparation Clinic will be held on Saturday, October 16, 2021 starting at 10am. The clinic is designed to help students prepare for the California All-State, All-Southern, and All-County Band and Orchestra Auditions. Emphasis will be placed on solo preparation, tone production, technique development, scales, sight-reading strategies and audition readiness.

Feast of Lights

The Feast of Lights is one of the most recognizable and respected of our University’s traditions. Although presentations have differed slightly from year to year, the basic theme has remained constant: the story of the birth of Christ and the symbolic message of the star of Bethlehem as it led the Wise Men to the stable. At the service’s conclusion, the traditional Ceremony of Candles, adapted from an ancient rite, symbolizes the spreading of the light of Christ’s message by the twelve apostles throughout the world.