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WELCOME!

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Harding's music department stresses excellence in everything—classroom, rehearsal hall, private studio study, performing ensembles—in a nurturing spiritual environment.  If this is what you’re looking for, we invite you to come join the Harding music family.

 If you are a prospective student,
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At Harding you'll receive outstanding musical training from excellent faculty members, you'll have opportunities to travel in the States and abroad, you'll work with other high quality students who will become friends for a lifetime.  We'll help you excel as a performer, as a classroom or studio teacher, and as a person.

Prospective students will want to know about Mostly Music 2016, a fantastic opportunity for European study in the summer of 2016. 

Cliff Ganus

Future students: Look through these pages and get to know us. Ask questions of us.  Come to campus with your family and friends to experience Harding’s unique academic, religious, and social atmosphere.

Alumni and friends: Use this Web site to stay informed about departmental activities. Keep in touch with us and continue to let us know about potential students at music@harding.edu

Cliff Ganus, Department Chair

Dr. Carrell with a student and the Reynolds Recital hall
Come see us!

The Department of Music is housed in the Donald W. Reynolds Center for Music and Communication. The music office is located immediately on your left as you enter the building.

 

 

 

 

MISSION

The mission of the Department of Music is to provide a quality education in music within a Christian environment.

Departmental goals are to:

  1. Prepare students for teaching careers and graduate study in music;
  2. Provide applied instruction and performance opportunities;
  3. Provide for the University community the enrichment afforded by musical experiences from a variety of styles and genres; and
  4. Prepare students for a well-rounded life in which professional music careers and Christian ethics are integrated.

Music Department
HU Box 10767
Searcy, AR 72149-0767

501-279-4343
music@harding.edu

Fax
501-279-4086

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