Visit Samford School of the Arts representatives during the Music Admissions Roundtable events this fall. All events are listed as EST times.
Join some of the printmakers featured in The Dream Deferred, an exhibit currently displayed in the Art Gallery until Oct. 5. This 31 print show shares works from artists across the United States and Puerto Rico that reflect their response to the tragic killing of George Floyd.
Brian Viliunas is a conductor and clarinetist. He travels extensively as a guest artist and conducts the Samford orchestra. Join us for a fun filled evening, informally titled "A Fantasia on Musical Muses," featuring music from Gershwin, Bassi, and others.
Samford's Department of Theatre and Dance will offer two virtual information sessions this fall. Registration for October 9 opens September 21 and for November 6, registration opens October 19.
Join the Samford Orchestra for its first concert of the season virtually.
Do you have an interest in vocational ministry? Find out more about Samford's Department of Christian Ministry during one of our information sessions on October 22 or November 5 at 7 p.m.
Learn more about Samford's Art and Design programs at one of our Art and Design Days this fall. Meet with our recruiter and faculty. Find out about scholarship deadlines and portfolio submissions. Registration opens October 5 for October 23rd event and October 19 for November 6th.
Join the Worship Arts Ensemble (WAE) for their fall performance that will be shared via our Livestream channel.
Join our combined virtually for their fall concert.
Samford's Division of Music presents the fall concert of our Wind Ensemble and Chamber Ensembles virtually.
The School of the Arts will be hosting a special morning show to celebrate Homecoming. It will feature live conversations with three of our alumni, Brian Nabors, Josh Metts and Teale Dvornik. Grab your morning coffee and tune-in!
Join the Samford Jazz Band for a fun evening of jazz favorites. Tune in on our livestream channel.
Established by Fletcher and Nell Morris to encourage high levels of achievement in piano performance, winners of the competition receive scholarship awards to study music at Samford.