We are extremely excited that you are considering studying the art and science of music!
The Indiana Wesleyan University Division of Music seeks to develop students in an awareness of accountability to God and the importance of a personal commitment to Christ. It is the faculty's strong desire that this commitment become apparent in the student's attitude toward his or her music. We believe it is vital to recognize that all gifts and talents are given by God, to be cultivated to their highest potential for his glory and service.
The Division of Music recently received reaccreditation with the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM). This is a testimony to the strength of our programs and the level of respect our division enjoys among other colleges and universities.
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Division News & Events
Two IWU Pianists Earn Awards
Justin Colwell and Andrew Jones entered the District Indiana Music Teachers Association Collegiate level "Hoosier Auditions" on April 12, 2014. This annual competitive performance provides students with a written performance evaluation and the opportunity to advance to the state level of competition. There are nine District sites across the state of Indiana and the winner of each District level advances to the final, State Round. Justin received honorable mention and Andrew was awarded state alternate. Congratulations Justin and Andrew!
IWU Professor and Student Team Prepare for trip to Zambia
Director of Bands, Michael Flanagin, will be taking a group of 10 IWU Students to Zambia in June to work with the Choma Academy of Music in Choma and Livingstone, Zambia. These students will work closely with young musicians, many who are orphaned by the result of HIV/AIDS. The group will also have the opportunity to perform in different venues throughout the country. This is the third trip IWU will be taking to Choma in as many years. Flanagin currently volunteers to help develop the curriculum in this music academy that has grown from 2 students to 250 students in the last 5 years.
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