Music Events

Sept. 6
Senior Recital: Windy de Castro, soprano
7:30 First Presbyterian Church
Featuring Works By: David Kocsis, Lee Johnson, Douglas Abraham Bassett and DJ Thomas

Sept. 10
Panel Discussion: Performance Anxiety
3:30 Callaway Auditorium

Sept. 17
Lecture: David Kellogg
3:30 Callaway Auditorium CE
From Pop to Bop: The Development of Jazz from Swing to Art Music

Sept. 24
Concert: Sam Burchfield
3:30 Callaway Auditorium CE
Sam Burchfield , a recent UGA graduate, and Zach Wells will entertain with classic and original pop/rock music. Sam, the winner of the 2013 Campus Superstar, competed last year on American Idol and is a longtime part of the Athens music scene.

Oct. 1
Ben Hosey ('04), Matt McFadden, Trey Duffey ('12)
3:30 Callaway Auditorium CE
Seminar: Creating Art in the Church: Technologies, Trends, and Careers in Modern Worship

Oct. 8
Recital: Morgan Earle ('11), mezzo-soprano & Susan Hoskins, collaborative artist
An afternoon of American Music and Cabaret
3:30 Callaway Auditorium CE
Program features works by Leonard Bernstein, Cole Porter, Jake Heggie, Erik Satie, Kurt Weill, Jason Robert Brown and more.

Oct. 9
Hard Wired
7:00 New Music Theatre, CEB CE
Presentation by Composition & Music Technologies students

Oct. 15
Seminar: Alex Harris ('02)
3:30 Callaway Auditorium CE
Power Up For Success: Dream, Connect, Perform
Alexander (ALEX) Harris (LC Grad '02) has made a career of combining his professional work as singer, songwriter and actor with his desire to serve others. From Billboard, American Blues Charts, Media Guide Charts to B.E.T., ABC, CBS and the local community, Alex continues to realize his dreams by a formula he calls, 'The Power to Activate Success: Dream, Connect, Perform.'

ALEX is the founder and CEO of ACT (Arts Conservatory for Teens), an organization that focuses Education, Empowerment and Enrichment for youth and teens, providing skills training in performing and fine arts as well as career guidance for aspiring artists. In his seminar presentation, ALEX will perform his latest #1 hit single, HOPE for US, along with offering insight on how to turn performance dreams into reality.

Oct. 16-19
Price Theatre call box office 706 880-8080 for tickets and times. CE
Conceived and Originally directed and choreographed by Michael Bennett
Music by Marvin Hamlisch
Presented by Theatre Arts and Music
Opening Thursday, October 16, 2014 playing through Saturday, October 25, 2014
In 1975 it won 9 Tony Awards and the Pulitzer prize. It ran for more than 6,000 performances and became the longest running show in Broadway history. A Chorus Line began as a workshop in which choreographer Michael Bennett recorded 22 Broadway dancers talking about their lives. "Step, kick, kick, leap, kick, touch…again!,' Gosh, I hope I get it," and "One, singular sensation" will come to life on the Price Theater stage Homecoming weekend!

Oct. 22
Recital: Dr. Andrea Mueller, soprano & Susan Hoskins, pianist CE
3:30 Callaway Auditorium
Soprano Andrea Mueller, LaGrange College adjunct professor, joins Susan Hoskins, LaGrange College collaborative artist, in recital

Oct. 23-25

Price Theatre call box office 706 880-8080 for tickets and times. CE

Oct. 29
Recital: Post-Minimal Blues, Music by Dr. Mitch Turner
3:30 Callaway Auditorium CE
A concert of original music composed by LaGrange College music professor Dr. Mitch Turner. Performances will feature music program faculty and students in acoustic and electronic musical works

Nov. 1
Singers Showcase
7:30 Callaway Auditorium CE
LaGrange College student vocalists perform an evening of classical and musical theatre selections.

Nov. 5
Student Recital: Composition & Music Technologies
3:30 Callaway Auditorium

Nov. 12
Student Recital: Voice & Piano
3:30 Callaway Auditorium

Nov. 19
Student Recital: Voice, Guitar, Strings
3:30 Callaway Auditorium

Nov. 20
Avant Garde Art Song
7:00 New Music Theatre, CEB
New works written by student composers and performed by student singers.

Dec. 3
3:30 Callaway Auditorium CE
Concert by the LaGrange College Percussion Ensemble

Dec. 7
Lessons and Carols
7:30 Callaway Auditorium CE
Kick off your holiday season with our Service of Lessons and Carols featuring the LaGrange College Chamber Singers. Dr. Beth Everett, director.

Our Study-Away Commitment

At LaGrange College, we've seen our study abroad students return to campus with an enhanced sense of cultural awareness and confidence.
That's why our "Study-Away" program provides first-time, first year students a voucher worth up to $2,500 for an off-campus travel experience their junior or senior year.

Study destinations may include art classes in Paris, international business seminars in Tokyo or animal behavior research in the jungles of Costa Rica.
For more information, email , or phone (800) 593-2885 and ask for a copy of our "Study Away" passport brochure.

State Department Information
Students Abroad website
Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP)
Country-specific conditions &  travel warnings
Travel  safety and tips
Passport information

Non-Student Information
Registration Process