Music Concordia University's Department of MusicAccredited by the National Association of Schools of Music
At Concordia, you'll be prepared to glorify God through the study, performance, and teaching of music in the church and the world.
All students are welcome to audition for ensembles, even if you aren’t a music major. Our critically acclaimed ensembles perform nationally and internationally.
Scholarships & Auditions
We value the talents of student musicians. In addition to the merit- and need-based financial aid Concordia provides all full-time students, we also offer talent-based music scholarships to any student, regardless of major.Learn More
3/1Music Center - Recital Hall
3/2Chapel of the Cross Lutheran Church
3/4St. Luke's Lutheran Church
3/5St. Luke's Lutheran Church
3/6Grace Lutheran Church
3/7Trinity Lutheran Church
Experience Concordia's Music Department
The Music Center
Concordia’s Music Department home is the Music Center, which contains teaching studios, rehearsal rooms, faculty offices, practice rooms, a music instruction laboratory with sixteen workstations, an electronic piano lab, a recording studio, libraries for ensemble and organ music and the 180-seat recital hall.
Our large vocal and instrumental ensembles regularly perform in St. John’s sanctuary and Weller auditorium. Our smaller ensembles and soloists regularly perform in the music building's Recital Hall, a beautiful space that contains a Casavant pipe organ and a 7-ft. Steinway grand piano.
There are many rehearsal spaces, both large and small, throughout the music building. The choir room, band room, and handbell room are well suited for large ensembles. The smaller practice rooms, most of which contain pianos or organs, are used by individuals and small groups.
Our music classrooms provide learning environments that are outfitted with modern technology and are spacious and comfortable for the students. Our computer lab contains 16 work stations, each with a keyboard and a Mac computer installed with the latest music software.