Music and Dance Performances, Art Showcase to Celebrate 25th Anniversary of UA’s Holtkamp Organ

A two-story-high Holtkamp organ, with brass pipes extending to the ceiling, is the centerpiece of the Concert Hall in the Frank M. Moody Music Building on The University of Alabama campus. This year marks the 25th anniversary of the majestic instrument, an 86-rank, 65-stop Holtkamp organ that can fill the concert hall with sound with […]

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Foundation Honors Beloved Trustee with Million Dollar Band Scholarship

The J. L. Bedsole Foundation has given $25,000 to establish the T. Massey Bedsole Sr. Endowed Scholarship for the Million Dollar Band, which is part of the College of Arts and Sciences University Bands Program in the School of Music. The scholarship will help fund the tuition and costs of a student band member. In […]

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School of Music Benefits from Rock Group Steppenwolf’s State-of-the-Art Studio Equipment

The keyboardist with the famed rock group Steppenwolf, Michael Wilk, has brought his state-of-the-art recording studio to the College’s School of Music. Wilk wishes to give music students firsthand experiences in recording and film scoring using the most modern and sophisticated recording equipment available. Last fall Wilk and Steppenwolf’s founder, John Kay, gave a multimedia […]

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Horn Students Set a Record While Sweeping International Horn Contest

Five students from the School of Music’s French horn studio made history by sweeping all four competitions at the recent Southeast Horn Workshop, which is a regional workshop of the International Horn Society. This year’s competition was hosted by Tennessee Tech University. It was the first time in the workshop’s more than 30 year history […]

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