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    Pursue your passion for music

    Cellist Jennifer Son, DMA 2019 in performance and 2019 ASU Concerto Competition winner, performs with the ASU Symphony Orchestra.

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    Achieve your unique goals as a dancer

    Hannah Victoria Thomas presents her thesis work ‘Her Brown Body is Glory’ for the 2019 Fall Forward! showcase.

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    Join a laboratory for the future of American theatre

    The ASU production of “Men on Boats” retells a 1869 Colorado River expedition with a cast of non-male actors.

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    Own the stage as a music theatre and opera artist

    The School of Music, Dance and Theatre offers one of the few programs in the U.S. with professional training in both music theatre and opera

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    2021-22 Season

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Discover why the School of Music, Dance and Theatre is right for you.

You’ll find a cutting-edge music program with an abundance of opportunities that inspires creativity;
a dance program that encourages originality and demands dedication; and an inventive
theatre program with a comprehensive view of acting, design and production

News

Two Arizona State University dance alumni were recently published in the peer-reviewed Journal of Dance Education in Practice. This special edition of the journal by the National Dance Education...
Chelsea Pace is using her expertise in staging sex to create safer spaces for actors. Pace , who received her MFA in theatre performance from Arizona State University, is an intimacy consultant and...
The renowned St. Lawrence String Quartet returns to Arizona State University as resident artists in the School of Music, Dance and Theatre’s Visiting Quartet Residency Program. Described by The...

Events

Each year the School of Music, Dance and Theatre students, faculty, guest artists and staff perform and produce more than 600 concerts and recitals, up to 14 dance showcases and five fully-produced plays plus new works readings, workshops and more.

January 21, 2022
Music Building, Katzin Concert Hall
January 23, 2022
Music Building, Organ Hall