School of Music
It should come as no surprise that a university that believes deeply in the Creator is committed to an education that celebrates the creative spirit across time and culture through music. Your passion for music may be leading you here to prepare for a profession in music, to make music a part of your college education at some level, to work in a music ministry or to help build a community through cultural service. Whatever the song in your heart, we offer you a place to fine tune it and make it heard.
2016-2017 Scholarship Auditions
Scheduled dates for Fall 2016 Scholarship Auditions:
November 6, 2015
March 26, 2016
April 2, 2016
Students may contact the School of Music directly to schedule an individual audition appointment (615-966-5929). Scholarships are offered for music majors and minors, and instrumental and choral ensemble participants. Follow these links for information about audition scheduling or to learn about audition guidelines. You may apply online.
Nashville Early Music Festival
September 25 & 26, 2015
The Nashville Early Music Festival is the brainchild of Francis Perry and Dustin Williams. As a result of conversations during Dustin’s lute lessons with Francis, the two decided that Nashville needed a special weekend festival of early music. The idea took off as the creative team explored the possibilities with Mitzi Matlock. Finally, the dream of an early music festival came to fruition as Lipscomb University’s School of Music offered to host the event.
Musical presenters at this two-day event include Margaret Carpenter, Karen Clarke, Jessica Dunnavant, Nicolas Haigh, Francis Perry, Terri Richter, and many more.
For more information including a detailed schedule of events please visit the Nashville Early Music Festival website or Facebook page.
To register for the Nashville Early Music Festival, please fill out this form.