Concordia University, Nebraska’s music programs prepare students to glorify God in their vocations through the study and performance of music. Through applied lessons, participation in one of our outstanding ensembles or academic music pursuits, hundreds of students of any major can make great music and lifelong friendships at Concordia.
Students who graduate with a music degree from Concordia enter the workforce able to perform, create and analyze music, as well as understand it in its historical, cultural and religious context. Concordia offers five music majors and four minors for any students who wish to take their musicianship to new levels through the study of theory, practice and performance.
All students are welcome to audition for ensembles, even if you aren’t a music major. Concordia's ensembles provide professional music education and performance preparation in a wide range of instrumental combinations.
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.
At Concordia Nebraska, students who perform in music ensembles have access to rehearsal spaces, practice rooms, a recording studio and a music library, each designed to support and encourage your musical talents. Here, you’ll find the tools, technology and equipment you need to become the musician you want to be.
Concordia gave me the trust and faith to pursue my vocation in music.
Music Student Handbook
The Music Student Handbook is designed as a guide to procedures, regulations and other aspects of academic life for students music students at Concordia University, Nebraska.
The Department of Music offers instruction to all students, regardless of major, in voice, organ, piano, guitar, percussion and all major woodwind, brass and string instruments. Lessons are offered for one or two credits to music majors and for one credit to non-music majors.
Contact your advisor to register for lessons or for further information.
Christmas at Concordia Concerts
Christmas at Concordia is a cherished annual tradition of hymns, scripture readings and original music from Concordia students and faculty. More than 3,000 attendees travel from all over the country to attend the concert series, which features the A Cappella Choir, Symphonic Band, Male Chorus, Handbell Choir, Cantamus Women’s Choir and University Brass Ensemble.
Musical Arts Day
Each year, the best vocal and instrumental high school musicians from around the country audition for the opportunity to work with Concordia's music department students and faculty in clinics and rehearsals during the university's Musical Arts Day. Singers and instrumentalists receive a full day of high energy, focused rehearsing and acclaimed performances.
Nov 13, 2020 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Expand Your Mind
Concordia Nebraska can provide you with the excellent, rigorous academic foundation you need to be successful no matter where your interest lies. With more than 100 undergraduate, graduate and professional academic programs to choose from, you’ll have the opportunity to study at the highest level, discover your passions and apply your knowledge in ways that will change the world.
A Private Education With Value(s)
You’ll find a more meaningful college experience at Concordia, where you’ll be part of a supportive campus community as you study your passions and prepare to make a positive impact in the world. Through generous scholarships and financial aid packages, your tuition at Concordia will be similar to what you will find at a large public university.
Student Success Is Our Priority
Your success at Concordia is not just defined by your GPA, but how you’re equipped to make an impact in your career and throughout your life. We’re committed to providing you the academic and spiritual tools you’ll need to be successful in all facets of your life.