The Department of Music holds a variety of concerts and recitals throughout the academic year. Performances that require tickets will have tickets available for purchase on ArtsUAA.com and at the UAA Performing & Fine Arts Box Office.
Many of our students and faculty are also involved in performances with other organizations in the Anchorage area. Visit the websites for these organizations to find out more about their upcoming concerts
- Alaska Chamber Singers
- Anchorage Concert Association
- Anchorage Concert Chorus
- Anchorage Opera
- Anchorage Youth Symphony
Please note that all sales on tickets are final. No refunds will be given. Tickets may be exchanged prior to the concert day for a future Dept. of Music concert of equal value. No children under the age of five will be admitted into the concert hall.Purchase Tickets
UAA Fine and Performing Arts Box Office
3700 Alumni Loop, Room 118
Open MWF at 2:00-3:45pm and 2 hours before ticketed performances
Annual Department of Music Events
Edward Clinton Memorial Endowment
Ed Clinton was a fervent supporter of the arts, and a lover of classical music. Longtime Alaskans remember his passionate support of many of the Anchorage arts organizations, and of the lively social network surrounding Ed's life. His legendary Christmas parties took up both floors of his business, the Dowland Bach corporation, and attendees could expect to be treated either to live music on one of the two concert grand pianos in his office or to recorded music from his very extensive CD collection, piped through an elaborate floor-to-ceiling speaker system.
After his death in 1996, his wife Barbara wanted to continue Ed's legacy as well as further her wish to continue to support the arts, specifically classical music. Barbara generously tapped the University of Alaska Anchorage Department of Music to be the recipient and beneficiary of her (and her husband's) generous gift. This endowment, to which Barbara is still generously contributing to, has supported numerous concerts and events over the years at UAA, made possible either by the university's acquisition of her husband's personal Steinway concert grand (known ever since at UAA as the "Clinton" or the "Clinton Steinway,") or through the direct monetary support from the endowment that has allowed the university to host a number of internationally acclaimed artists. In addition, the Endowment funds music scholarships to assist talented students to further their musical studies at UAA. The department is eternally grateful to Barbara for her generosity and for her foresight and leadership in providing these funds to support the students, faculty and program at UAA.
The following is a partial list of guest artists and/or performances that have been made possible through the generosity of the Edward Rollin Clinton Memorial Endowment:
- Natsuki Fukasawa
- Daniel Paul Horn
- Richard Cionco
- Michael Gurt
- Min Kwon (piano) and Yoon Kwon (violin)
- Deborah Clasquin
- Peter Mack
- Momoro Ono
- Regina Yeh
- Aron Zelkowicz (cello) with Timothy Smith and Walter Olivares
- Juilette Kang (violin) with Hee-Kyung Juhn (piano)
- John Ken Nuzzo (tenor) with Timothy Smith
- Timothy and Rumi Smith (numerous duo piano concerts)
To learn more about the Edward Rollin Clinton Memorial for Music Scholarship please visit the Student Financial Assistance page.