Performance Calendar and Live-stream

Thank you for viewing our live-streamed concert performance! Performances will be streamed here. The video will appear here a few minutes before the recital begins. While you are waiting for your scheduled program to begin, please enjoy some highlights from previous performances or interviews with Hayes School of Music professors. Concert videos are only available to watch live as they are happening, so mark your calendar for the following live-streams!

All performances are free admission unless specified below. Most concerts will be live-streamed (any exceptions will say "not live-streamed" in their listing below). Concert information programs can be found on this page or in a monthly view in our Performance Calendar. In the Google Calendar, click on the title for the event, then click on "more details" to see a program or "add to calendar" to import the event into your own Google Calendar.

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Upcoming Performances

Appalachian Symphony Band and Appalachian Wind Ensemble: Folk Songs
Friday, September 22⋅8:00 – 9:30pm, The Schaefer Center. Entitled “Folk Songs,” this concert by the Appalachian Symphony Band (conducted by Dr. Jason Gardner) and the Appalachian Wind Ensemble (conducted by Dr. John Stanley Ross) draws upon traditional songs from the United States, England, China, and more. 

Keyboard Faculty Chamber Recital
Sunday, September 24 at 4:00, in Rosen Concert Hall. All of our Keyboard faculty, plus some of our staff and faculty from other areas of the school, will present a spectacular piano concert! The program will be a mix of some of the traditional repertoire for piano ensemble, plus some new ideas in transcriptions of favorites, such as the fantasy on Bizet’s Carmen. Experience music for up to four pianists at once! 

Faculty Recital - Dr. Joby Bell, Organ
Tuesday, September 26⋅8:00 – 9:00pm, Rosen Concert Hall. Dr. Joby Bell, Professor and University Organist, performs an evening of exciting music by great organists both historical and contemporary: J.S. Bach, César Franck, Théodore Dubois, Len D. Bobo, César Franck, and Marcel Dupré. Among the selections is Bobo’s Appalachian Prelude - a collage of hymn tunes dedicated to Dr. Bell, who played the world premiere at the Washington National Cathedral in July 2005. 

Appalachian Celebration: Jack Wilkins’ Blue and Green Project (Presented by the Adrienne Finkel Residency)
Friday, September 29, 8:00 – 9:30pm, The Schaefer Center. Jazz saxophonist and composer Jack Wilkins (a Hayes School of Music alumnus!) will present an evening of original music inspired by Appalachian mountain arts and culture, performing with an all-star group of musicians including prominent App State alumni and current students.

National Hispanic Heritage Month Concert No. 2 / About the Series
Sunday, October 1, 4:00 pm - Rosen Concert Hall. The Hayes School of Music and the Department of English present the second of two combined concerts and poetry readings during National Hispanic Heritage Month, which celebrates the history and culture of Hispanic and Latino Americans! This concert presents works from the rich musical and literary heritage of the broader Spanish speaking world — Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South America.

Student Composers Concert
Friday, October 6⋅8:00 – 9:30pm

Guest Artist - Organ Recital
Monday, October 9⋅8:00 – 9:30pm

Performance Calendar