Announcement from the Director
Regrettably, the School of Music has decided to cancel all remaining performances scheduled for the Spring semester. Truly, we had a wonderful rest of the semester planned including a rare opera by Berlioz, the Saint Louis Brass, the Brahms Requiem, OPUS Lite, and our annual orchestral concert featuring our student Concerto Competition winners. We are following the CDC's recommendation for the cessation of public gatherings for the next two months. We are disappointed that we will not be able to present this wonderful music to you, our audience. During this time of uncertainty and shifting policies, we at the School of Music are confident in our common ability to contain this virus and get back to making music and more importantly, making a difference.
Thoughts and prayers for everyone's safety and health,
Professor and Director, School of Music
Only certain performances with the School of Music are ticketed. For a list of all School of Music Events including un-ticketed performances, please visit the
School of Music's events page.
Emeriti tickets must be reserved with a Ticket Central agent over the phone or in person at Ticket Central before the day of the show. Seats are not guaranteed for these tickets and must be reserved in advance. College of Arts and Media Faculty/Staff tickets must be reserved with the School of Music in advance.
Tickets available at the door are limited and cash only, patrons are strongly encouraged to purchase ahead of time online or over the phone. NEW for 2019-2020, all ticketed events will feature the same prices of $7 and $10. All performances take place in Staples Family Concert Hall unless otherwise listed.
Four Ways to Purchase tickets
- Online at Ticket Central
- Over the phone by calling 989-774-3045.
- In person at Ticket Central in the John G. Kulhavi Events Center.
- At the door, prior to the event (first come first serve upon availability)
Please note, a Ticket Central convenience fee per ticket will be applied to all transactions.
School of Music Performances take place in the Staples Family Concert Hall or Chamichian Recital Hall, both located in the Music Building at the Central Michigan University Campus.