School of Music Special Events
Due to concerns surrounding COVID-19, the College of Fine Arts and the Kirkland Fine Arts Center will be either postponing or canceling all arts events on campus until further notice.
With time and your patience, we will respond to requests for refunds for purchased tickets. However, should you wish to forego a refund, we will be grateful for your donation to the arts at Millikin University.
In the event that Kirkland Fine Arts Center or the College of Fine Arts is able to reschedule an event, patrons will be notified of the new event details as soon as possible.
The arts at Millikin thrive through your patronage and support. We appreciate your patience as well as your generosity and understanding in the challenging days and weeks to come.
For further information on Millikin University’s response to the coronavirus pandemic, please visit millikin.edu/health/coronavirus-and-covid-19.
An opportunity for high school band musicians to gain experience from a world-renowned guest conductor and expert Millikin faculty.
Cello Day is an intensive program for intermediate to advanced cellists of all ages.
Clarinet Day is a comprehensive, one-day festival for intermediate to advanced clarinetists and bass clarinetists of all ages.
High School Piano Camp
Our focus will be on Contemporary Composers and participants will once again have a chance to compete for a $1,000 Millikin University Music Scholarship!
The Hollis Prize
The Hollis Prize, the highest award that may be received by a student instrumentalist or vocalist within the Millikin School of Music
A chance to live with the level of engagement that a Music Industry Studies (Commercial Music or Music Business) major will experience for four years.
Millikin University School of Music and Millikin Piano Club present guest Czech pianist, educator, and Alexander technique instructor, Dr. Karolina Syrovatkova.
The Millikin Percussion Winter Workshop is a one-day event for middle and high school aged percussion students, hosted by Dr. Jeremy Brunk, Prof. Brian Justison, and Prof. Aaron Villarreal.
Bring your high school string players to join with others from around the state to explore the music and “jump-start” their All-State audition preparation.
Millikin University welcomes the holiday season with our annual celebration which includes a sumptuous evening of carols, choirs and candlelight.
Offering outstanding opportunities for both students and teachers through interaction with Millikin vocal staff and choral colleagues from throughout the region.
Vocal Jazz Festival
Millikin University's annual Vocal Jazz Festival features guest artists and OneVoice, the flagship ensemble of Millikin's vocal jazz program.