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The University of Oklahoma School of Music is the only comprehensive music program in Oklahoma, featuring a world class faculty, state of the art facilities, and a wide array of inspiring performance and academic opportunities.

Events & Announcements

Summer String Academy

Summer String Academy

July 22 - July 28, 2018

Registration is open for the inaugural Summer String Academy. The Academy is an intensive workshop focused on the study and performance of solo and chamber music repertoire for violin, viola and cello. Join our outstanding faculty July 22 - July 28 for an intense week of chamber music, private study, masterclasses and performances. For more information, visit the Summer String Academy website.

Great Plains Saxophone Workshop (H2 Quartet Picture)

Great Plains Saxophone Workshop

June 26 - June 30, 2018

Registration is open for the 2018 Great Plains Saxophone Workshop. This exciting event is hosted by the h2 quartet and held from June 26 - June 30 at Catlett Music Center. The Great Plains Saxophone Workshop is a four-day, chamber music intensive event for high school and collegiate saxophonists. For more information, visit the the Great Plains Saxophone Workshop website. Register by June 1.

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