MUSI 308 With Tobin Stewart MW 4:20 PM - 6:20 PM
Orchestra Studies at Montana State University offers performance opportunities to music majors and non-majors. An auditioned ensemble, the MSU Symphony is a challenging full-symphony-orchestra with no less than two concerts each semester.
The MSU Symphony Orchestra fosters the highest performance standards while offering its members the opportunity to expand their technical, intellectual, and musical horizons.
The MSU Chamber Orchestra was first established in 1969 and has performed regularly for the past 37 years. The name was eventually changed to "University Orchestra" and finally to its current name, MSU Symphony Orchestra - defining its size.
The orchestral program at Montana State University has had six conductors since its inception and has performed symphonic literature of all genres including new music, jazz and pop. Its current conductor is Dr. Tobin Stewart.