Music Department

Music Professor Wins Instructional Improvement Award

Associate Professor of Music John Spilker has been awarded the Kenneth R.

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Winter Tour Takes Choir to North and South Carolina

Nebraska Wesleyan University’s award-winning University Choir will travel to North Carolina and South Carolina for its annual winter tour.

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Area Choirs to Perform Christmas with Wesleyan

Nebraska Wesleyan’s University Choir and Chamber Singers will be joined by the Lincoln Boys Choir's Concert Choir and Lincoln Southeast High School's Court Choir to celebrate the music and message of the season in Tidings of Comfort and Joy: Christmas With Wesleyan.

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Swan Song: After 44 Years at NWU, “Doc” Wyman to Conduct Final Concert

William “Doc” Wyman can point to many life experiences over his 44 years at Nebraska Wesleyan University. So, it’s only appropriate that he has chosen “Make Our Garden Grow” as the last piece he’ll conduct for the University Choir.

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University Choir to Perform Songs of Joy on Annual Winter Tour

Nebraska Wesleyan University’s award-winning University Choir will head south in January for its annual winter tour that will take them to four states and eight cities. 

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Music Alumni to be Honored at Homecoming

Three Nebraska Wesleyan University music alumni will be honored during homecoming festivities.

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NWU Choir, Alumni to Perform at Carnegie Hall

William Wyman’s music students have put in plenty of practice in preparation for their May 26th performance at one of the world’s most prestigious concert venues.

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JET Program to Send English, Music Major to Japan

Following his graduation in May, Gregerson will move to Japan where he will spend a year helping primary school instructors teach English.

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Bold Designs Campaign Lights Up O'Donnell Auditorium

Liana Sandin (’81) fondly remembers the many hours she spent on the O’Donnell Auditorium stage.

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Music Professor Named Exemplary Teacher

Amy Spears staged a mock school board hearing for her secondary music students to help them better understand issues they could face as music educators regarding music program funding.

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