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OU School of Music

A comprehensive music program with a world-class faculty offering performance and academic opportunities with the support of financial aid programs. The School of Music is in the heart of the OU Arts District.

The University of Oklahoma School of Music offers students a world-class environment with state-of-the-art technology for performance, composition and study.

Upcoming Events & Announcements


A Day in the LIfe of a Music Major

October 30, 2017

The is no fee to attend

Day in the Life

The Music Education Department presents “A Day in the Life of a Music Major", an annual event that invites high school juniors and seniors to spend the day at the School of Music. Students are paired with music majors to see what a day is really like here at OU.  

Students will follow a schedule that gives them experiences in a mock music theory class, a music education class, and ensembles. Several Q and A sessions and ensemble rehearsals will be available.  Parents are invited to attend sessions with information about auditions, scholarships, and admissions. 

For more information and registration, click on the logo at the right.

2017-2018 Concerto Competition

Click here for more information.

OU Arts District Events


About The OU School of Music

An institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Music since 1931, the OU School of Music is the only comprehensive music program in Oklahoma. We offer degrees at the Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral levels in all areas of music performance, composition, education, history and theory.

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