Offering six degree programs for passionate performers, composers, theorists and music educators, Furman’s Department of Music is recognized as one of the best and most comprehensive in the nation among liberal arts colleges. Accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music since 1938, our music program excels in pre-college youth events, in current student training with extensive performance opportunities, and in the success of our alumni world-wide.
Upcoming Furman Music Events
Information including a concert schedule can be found here.Search the CALENDAR of EVENTS
See the Latest Furman Music Events
With over 260 events offered year-round, Furman is a vibrant part of Greenville’s music scene. For additional event news, visit our Facebook page below.
- Master Classes
Learn more about auditions, applications, aid, how to visit, and who to contact.
Areas of Study & Music Major Degrees
Is your passion for music such that you want to learn how to turn it into a livelihood? Love music but plan to major in another area? We have a place for you!
Music Faculty & Staff
Read more about the master teachers and performing artists who will guide your music study, conduct your performances and become your musical mentors.
Open by audition to all Furman students, we have a place for any talented musician, whether you plan to major in music or in another discipline. Furman is unique that we seat a full all-undergrad symphony orchestra, two large choral ensembles, a symphonic band, marching band and multiple smaller ensembles including jazz combos and string quartets.
Camps and Conferences
The Furman Music Department offers a variety of programs for young people and adults that occur throughout the year.
AT FURMAN: Current Student Information
Music Department Handbook,
Recital Application forms,
Recording Engineer form,
Recital Reception request form,
Study Away info, etc...
BEYOND FURMAN: Alumni News & More!
We hope you’ll enjoy meeting our new band director Sue Samuels, welcoming jazz pianist Josh Espinosa home, learning about how Gianni Iona ’20 made the Bell Tower sing, and the amazing experiences our student had this fall at the Accademia dell’Arte in Arezzo. Plus much more!
Whether performing on a solo recital or a large oratorio, recording your grad school audition or researching topics from one of the nation’s top research music libraries, you’ll find first-rate performance and classroom facilities at Furman.