The music department has a long tradition of excellence at Culver-Stockton College. For more than 100 years, the college has offered programs in music that have produced fine musicians and music teachers. Today, the music department continues to serve the college through liberal arts study, professional preparation, and community involvement in music. Several choirs and instrumental ensembles are available; most selected through auditions. Performance tours are scheduled annually.
The music department is an Associate Member of the National Association of Schools of Music.
- An outstanding faculty of performers and teachers committed to the individual development of each student. All full-time faculty members have received teaching awards. In addition, some of the finest musicians in our region serve on our staff of adjunct performance faculty.
- A rigorous program of study leading to the bachelor's of arts degree in music or the bachelor of music education degree. Students can also minor in music.
- Outstanding vocal and instrumental ensembles offering a wide variety of performance opportunities. These include the Collegiate Choir, Concert Choir, Chamber Choir, Symphonic Band, Wind Ensemble, and Jazz Ensemble. These ensembles are open to qualified student musicians regardless of their major.
- Excellent facilities in the Robert W. Brown Performing Arts Center and adjoining Alexander Campbell Auditorium. These facilities include a 900-seat auditorium, 200-seat recital hall, practice and rehearsal rooms, music computer lab, piano lab, faculty studios, and classrooms.