Belmont School of Music Recognized by 'In Tune' Magazine
Each year, In Tune magazine asks college professors, high school teachers, and admission directors to help students answer one very important question: How can I find "The Best Music School"...for me? See below as our very own Belmont University School of Music made the list!
Musical Theatre alum gaining national attention
Musical Theatre alumna Meghan Glogower is receiving national praise for her role in the new musical "The Nutty Professor." Read the Reviews:
Belmont Featured in Steinway Piano Gallery SpotlightWSMV Channel 4
Alums Featured on Cover of American String Teacher
First Listen Inside New Concert Hall
In a special “Construction Kickoff” celebration held Aug. 1, 2011, Belmont University welcomed the campus community and special guests to a tour of the renovations currently underway in the Belmont Heights Baptist Church sanctuary. The university-owned building is in the midst of a $7 million construction project that will ultimately provide the campus a new, large concert venue suitable for acoustic performances. The McAfee family, which has supported Belmont University for years, provided the lead gift last fall for the project, and the actual construction began this summer with an expected completion date of May 2012. Read more.
Our Musical Theatre Students On Broadway!
Congratulations to Mathew deGuzman, Musical Theatre graduate ’06! Mat has been cast in the new production of “Follies” by Stephen Sondheim starring Bernadette Peters opening on Broadway in August 2011 at the Marquis Theatre. Go to New York and see Belmont’s newest Broadway star!
While you’re there, catch “Priscilla, Queen of the Desert”and see another Belmont graduate, Tad Wilson. He’s fantastic in the show and don’t miss talking with him at the stage door – he loves to talk about Belmont!
Another former Belmont student received the Tony Award in 2010 for “Million Dollar Quartet” and his portrayal of Jerry Lee Lewis. Another round of applause for Levi Krauss!
Tony Vincent is also a former Belmont student recognized for his superior performance in “American Idiot”. Tony originated the role of St. Jimmy. The show closed in April, but will be on tour December 2011.