Music

Our bands, orchestra, jazz, and choral ensembles expose students, faculty, and the community to the artistic and communicative values of music and the power it has to changes lives.

Minor in Music

Classical, jazz, pep, and pop: to those who say Michigan Tech isn't a musically oriented school, we say take another look.

Street Music

A compilation of music from the Visual and Performing Arts at Michigan Tech.

Contact Us

Joel Neves

Associate Professor, Visual and Performing Arts

906-487-2859
jbneves@mtu.edu
Rozsa 205

Student Organizations

Jazz Giving Opportunities

Jazz opportunities are made possible in part by the generosity of audience members and alumni. Select how you would like your gift to be used:

Private Lessons

Private music instruction (FA 2570) is an excellent way to quickly advance your musicianship and reach new levels of playing or singing. Students receive .5 cocurricular credits for taking a semester's worth of weekly 45-minute lessons with a local professional musician. Lessons are available on brass, woodwind, and string instruments, and harp, guitar, piano, and voice. For more information, email lessons@mtu.edu.

Need an Instrument?

The following instruments are available to members of the ensembles at no charge: Tubas, Percussion, Mellophones, Baritones, Bari Saxes, and Bass Clarinets. Limited numbers of other instruments are available on a first come first serve basis. Check your orientation schedule for check out time and dates.

Instrument Lockers

Instrument lockers are available to students playing in a Michigan Tech ensemble for $25 per year. Locks are provided.

Practice Rooms

Practice rooms are available in both the Rozsa center and in the dormitories. There is no cost to use these spaces.