Enjoy performances by Reinhardt University's
School of Performing Arts
Reinhardt University's School of Performing Arts offers Bachelor's Degrees in Music Education, Music Pedagogy, Music Performance, Sacred Music, Musical Theatre, and Theatre. This school boasts an illustrious faculty who periodically present free recitals for the public. Students in these small classes have an opportunity to tap into the vast experiences of these varied performers - asking whatever is on their minds, growing as artists, and learning about what it takes to make it in the music business.
In addition, juniors and seniors in the music department present recitals that are also free to the public. With approximately 180 majors, the department has several exceptional student ensembles. Each of these ensembles -- the Concert Choir, the Chamber Choir, the Symphonic Winds, the Chamber Winds, the Symphony Orchestra and the Jazz Ensemble -- presents a concert each semester.
Listed here are the scheduled music department recitals and concerts; additional dates will be added throughout the year.
Upcoming School of School of Performing Arts Performances
Reinhardt University students once again were honored for their talent with many qualifying for the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) competition.
Music students competed in Atlanta March 24-25 in the Southeastern Regional NATS (SERNATS) competition. Students were led by music faculty Dr. Reverie Berger, assistant professor of music, Dr. Rebecca Salter, associate professor of music-applied voice, Dr. Cory Schantz, assistant professor of music-voice, and Dr. Anne Schantz, assistant of music-applied voice.Read More >>
Joan McFather, a longtime supporter of the arts, member of the Falany Performing Arts Center Advisory Board and a member of the Board of Trustees at Reinhardt University, has given $75,000 to fund the Joan McFather Studio in the theater building under construction on the university campus in Waleska.
“Since becoming involved with the Falany Performing Arts Center, I have felt that Reinhardt needed a genuine theater. Not that the FPAC isn't one of the finest performance halls in the Southeast – it certainly is, but a good theater requires more,” McFather said. “It needs rehearsal halls, set building space, costume and set storage, wings off the stage and the list goes on. Read More >>
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