Department of Music
Nurture Your Talent
With an impressive breadth and depth of talent at the undergraduate level, and an internationally recognized music faculty, the UAA Department of Music is a dynamic contributor to the cultural climate in Southcentral Alaska. Through teaching, performance, recordings, composition, publication, community outreach, and other creative and service-oriented endeavors related to the field of music the Department of Music provides leadership in the musical arts for the state of Alaska.
MUS A100, Section 201: History of Rock and Pop
A new exciting Fine Arts GER! The Music Department will be offering the History of Rock and Pop. Tracing the origins of rock music, the course will include the major genres such as classic rock, grunge, punk, heavy metal, and current trends.
Department of Music Venues include the Recital Hall, Harper Studio and Mainstage Theatre, all housed in the Fine Arts Building. Learn more about these venues.
For developing musicians, the opportunity to perform as part of an ensemble is integral to improving musicianship and professionalism. Performing in ensembles will push you beyond your normal comfort zone by widening your musical styles and knowledge while also making you more conscious of areas for improvement. In order to provide our students a well-rounded musical education as well as ample performance opportunities, we offer a wide-variety of ensembles including guitar, opera, jazz/combo, percussion, wind, university singers and university sinfonia.
Attend a Performance
The UAA Department of Music holds a variety of concerts and recitals throughout the
Tickets are available at UAATix and our Box Office; check out our schedule - some events are free!
3700 Alumni Loop / Main Entrance
(907) 786-4TIX / firstname.lastname@example.org