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Community & Outreach

For more information, please contact The School of Music at:
931-372-3161 | 
Bryan Fine Arts Building | 1150 N. Dixie Avenue

  • The String Project

    The String Project: 3rd-12th graders | Fall & Spring Semester
    Classes are geared for 3rd through 12th graders interested in playing stringed instruments (violin, viola, cello).

    For more information click here
    Contact: Mia Hagarty,


  • Summer Music Institute

    2022 Summer Music Institute is back in person!

    Registration is open!

    Dates: Tuesday, May 31, 2022 - Saturday, June 4, 2022

    Open to all students (voice, strings, piano, woodwinds, brass, and percussion)

    Tuition and Registration Details:

    Full Tuition (includes overnight dorm and meal costs): $450
    Commuter Tuition (no overnight stays and only lunch provided. Must live within 30 minutes of TTU): $350

    Registration Opens Friday, January 28, 2022.
    Early Bird Registration: Receive $25 off of tuition cost when you register before February 28, 2022
    Registration Deadline is Friday, May 6, 2022. 

    For more information, please contact Rachel Smalling at

  • Festival of Voices

    Festival of Voices 
    With over 300 students participating,Tennessee Tech's Festival of Voices features high school students, who participate alongside the Tech Chorale and Concert Choir.
    Students also work with a renowned guest clinician.
    Contact: Dr. Craig Zamer,


  • Young Artist Piano Competition

    Young Artist Piano Competition

    Held in the Bryan Fine Arts Building’s Wattenbarger Auditorium at Tennessee Tech University, the annual TTU Young Artist Piano Competition is a showcase for young pianists, grades 9-12, in Tennessee.

    Contact: Dr. Catherine Godes, 



  • All-Star Instrumental Symposium

    All-Star Instrumental Symposium

    Tennessee Tech hosts high school students for this annual event, which is traditionally held in November.
    This in-person event offers outstanding high school students an opportunity to gain valuable insight and improve their musicianship. This year, we are only inviting juniors and seniors who play winds, brass, and percussion instruments, as well as students who play piano.
    During this one-day event, music faculty will give clinics, teach masterclasses, and provide instruction on all-region etudes.
    For additional information, contact: Dr. Eric Harris, 

    Information & Registration

  • Festival of Winds and Percussion

    59th Annual Festival of Winds and Percussion
    February 11-12, 2022

    Festival of Winds & Percussion 
    This is an honor band weekend for high school students which creates an atmosphere of learning and sharing between high school and college students and conductors from the six-state region.
    The annual event brings the nation's finest conductors and composers to the Tennessee Tech campus.
    Contact: Dr. Jeff Miller, 

    Early Registration: Dec. 13-Jan 31 = $15.00 
    Late Registration: Feb. 1-4 = $20.00

    Student Audition Packets

    Flute & Piccolo Oboe Bassoon Clarinets Saxophones Horn Trumpet Trombone Euphonium & Baritone Tuba Percussion

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