The BYU-daho Department of Music hosts over 250 performances per year, featuring 27 student ensembles, large-scale collaborative events, faculty recitals, and world-class guest artists.
Annual Events such as the Halloween Concert, BYU-Idaho Christmas Concert, Barbershop Festival, and Patriots and Pioneers are highly anticipated by audiences and have become traditions for many families.
The performing arts series, Center Stage, brings some of the best professional performers in the world to Rexburg. Many artists collaborate with Department of Music students and faculty in concerts, master classes, and workshops. In recent years, BYU-Idaho has hosted the King’s Singers, the Canadian Brass, Alfie Boe, and many others.
The Sacred Music Series features a newly commissioned sacred oratorio, performed by students and faculty every two years. Written by LDS composers, these are remarkable works, presenting powerful messages of the restored gospel through the medium of oratorio-style art music. Past composers include K. Newell Dayley, Robert Cundick, Crawford Gates, and Merrill Jensen. Click on the link below for more detailed information about this series.
Check out the calendar or Semester Performance Brochure to explore all of our events!