Musicology, music business, psychology. These three things may seem somewhat disparate, stretching across the physical sciences, the arts, and business administration. But for Cait Lunsford, they are not separate boxes, but interconnected threads that describe her academic and professional experience. “At

Keeping track of UT College of Music alumnus Alex Gray’s creative endeavors is somewhat challenging. You might want to crack open a spreadsheet. Since graduating from UT with his bachelor’s in composition in 2018, then from New York University with his

When the pandemic struck in early 2020, all of campus and the rest of the nation and the world had to shift their modes of operation. For College of Music Director of Information Systems and Music Technology Eric Retterer, the

“The UCMS allows any person, regardless of age or prior musical background, to experience music education from the University of Tennessee."

chool of Music alumna Murrella Parton (’15) has won a distinct honor–to reach the final stages of the Metropolitan Opera Laffont Competition twice.

When Andy Wentzel first explored the idea of joining the faculty at UT, he and his wife, mezzo-soprano Karen Nickell, were living in a cabin in the northern Catskill Mountains of New York. He was making the long commute to

Jack Fellers’s Joyful Pursuit of Excellence in Piano Performance Endowment provides funds for students’ special opportunities.

The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, announced the selection of Elise “Josie” Campbell as a 2021 Marshall Scholar, a prestigious designation awarded to no more than 50 US students each year to pursue graduate studies in the United Kingdom.

The hour before the announcement felt like one of the longest in Kami Lunsford’s life. A 2006 University of Tennessee, Knoxville, alumna, she sat beside her husband, surrounded by blue, white, and gold balloons in the library of Karns Middle