What makes UVM Music so special?

The Department of Music welcomes students from all majors and from all colleges within the university. Play in an ensemble, take private lessons, or study music theory, history, technology and more.

Dr. Yutaka Kono leads the UVM Symphony Orchestra in a virtual performance of "Pictures at an Exhibition."

Expand your musical horizons with us.

Consider what makes a UVM music experience unique: From our outstanding, award-winning faculty who also love to teach, to our world-class affiliate artists, an impeccable sound, and a location centrally located in the thriving arts scene of Burlington, Vermont, our musicians feel fortunate to be a part of UVM and create music in inspiring surroundings. Discover Music at UVM.

Faculty who do things differently

Is the tuba the most underestimated instrument of all time? You might think so, after you hear how associate professor of music Yutaka Kono plays it. Meet our talented faculty.

15 musical ensembles, open to all UVM students

University Jazz Ensemble

Regardless of your major, you can perform in our instrumental and voice ensembles. From wind ensemble to concert choir, these groups showcase some of UVM's fiercest talent. Learn about our ensembles.