MMR Percussion Auditions
Auditions for the 2013-14 Marching Miner Regiment percussion sections will be held on Friday May 10, 2013 from 5:30-9:30pm. Contact Prof. T. André Feagin for auditions materials/questions.
Professor Larry White
Professor Larry White has been appointed to select music for TMEA percussion auditions for state of Texas in 2013. He will also be giving a clinic at Texas Bandmaster's Association convention in July 2013.
Dr. Charles Leinberger
Dr. Leinberger will present another lecture on Ennio Morricone's compositional techniques at Music Theory Midwest at the University of Okalahoma in Norman in April 2013.
Music Theory Placement Exam
All new music students need to take the Music Theory Placement Exam. Register here for the next exam date!
New and Current Music Students
Visit Undergraduate Registration and Advising for Music Majors for important information.
Current Students - NEW! Start your advising by submitting this advising request form.
Graduate students should visit Music History Graduate Test Information to register for this exam, as well as the Music Theory Placement Exam.
Thinking about coming to UTEP? Click here to find out how to get service award money.
Graduate Teaching Assistantship
The UTEP Department of Music is inviting applicants for graduate teaching assistantships for the upcoming academic year.
Assistantships are available in either applied or academic areas, pending qualified applicants. These areas include, but are not limited to, band, orchestra, choir, keyboard, guitar, conducting, music education, music history and literature, and music theory and composition. Those prospective and current graduate students who are interested should contact Dr. David Ross, Graduate Music Advisor, at email@example.com, or by calling (915) 747-7827, for more information.
Prospective graduate students who have not yet applied for admission to UTEP should visit the Graduate Studies website.
Information on our current graduate teaching assistants can be found at our Teaching Assistants page.