• Music at Hamline University

    Music is everywhere at Hamline. Students walking around campus will find concerts in Sundin Music Hall, musicals in Anne Simley Theatre, impromptu jam sessions, open mics, perhaps even the sounds of the Indonesian Gamelan floating over the air. Students are encouraged to participate in ensembles, shows, and small groups such as jazz combos or chamber music ensembles. Music activities, ensembles, lessons, and courses are open to all students, regardless of major.
      


  • Concert Season

    There are numerous opportunities for students to perform for a live audience on campus, whether it's in one of Hamline's ensembles at Sundin Music Hall, or with campus groups. Visit our Concert Season page to learn about our upcoming performances.

    All performances at Hamline are free and open to the public.

    Scholarships

    Current students can turn their musical achievements and commitment into a scholarship awardProspective students can complete an online submission to apply for a talent scholarship.
      

  • Find Your Stage

    Sundin Music Hall is home base for Hamline musicians. Student performers benefit from the hall's beautiful acoustics, the use of Steinway grand pianos, web-streaming, and full recording capability. The Sundin calendar provides rich listening opportunities through its diverse concert schedule of visiting artists and ensembles.

  • Music Dept News

    Join the Music Department in Sundin Music Hall on Tuesday, April 25 at 11:30 a.m. to hear new music compositions by its students. Surprising, delightful, totally fresh music. Meet the composers, as well.

    A group of 36 Hamline students are in Memphis, Tennessee to present their collaborative research at the 31st annual National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR). Students present original research with topics spanning across a variety of disciplines and programs, from social justice to business, and biology to history.

    As an international business and music major, Alia Abboud ’15 always knew she wanted to study abroad in France. After experiencing the business and culture there, Abboud is returning to the country to teach English.

    Zacc Harris, jazz guitar and composition teacher in the Hamline Music Department, has recently won a McKnight Fellowship with his group, the Atlantis Quartet.