Two Frogs earned top honors at prestigious international piano competitions.
Theatre professor creates costumes that sing for children’s opera outreach.
Fostering connections in his native China, double bass professor Yuan Xiong Lu has not just paved the way for world-class faculty concerts and recruited highly sought students. He’s become TCU’s ambassador of music.
TCU School of Music’s Chief Piano Technician James Williams keeps the school’s fleet of 115 Steinways pitch perfect.
Two School of Music students are among the 30 pianists selected to go for the gold at the 14th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition May 24-June 9 in Fort Worth. They are Marcin Koziak, Artist Diploma student from Poland and YouYou Zhang, a graduate student in piano performance from China and the U.S. Koziak is
Professor Suki John’s new book chronicles lifelong fascination with Cuban dance
At the 36th annual TCU Jazz Festival in March, Randy Brecker brought four decades of funk, swing and big band to campus audiences.
TCU School of Art hosts creative workshops for educators before The National Art Education Association conference in Fort Worth.
Tamás Ungár earns top honors from national group as his students prepare for the Cliburn competition.