Dr. Paul Bro
School of Music

Dr. Paul Bro

Featured Student

Abby Layer

This month's featured student is Abby Layer. Click the picture to read more about her background and why she chose ISU!




President's Recital


Welcome to the School of Music at Indiana State University, a school with a long-standing tradition of excellence in the training of musicians for a variety of professional pursuits. Indiana State music graduates have distinguished themselves in a variety of ways. Many are outstanding teachers in public schools, colleges/universities and private studios while others have achieved recognition in such specialized areas as music business and performance. The music faculty, a community of scholars, performers and teachers, share an uncommonly strong commitment to their students in the school.

New and Noteworthy

The Shattered Glass Ensemble will be performing in the Recital Hall on Tuesday, April 5, at 7:30pm. Find out more at the ISU Newsroom.

Flute Fair cancelled: The Flute Fair, previously scheduled for Saturday, April 9, has been cancelled for this year. If you have questions, please call the School of Music office at 812-237-2771.

"It was a whirlwind of a trip to Vietnam - 10 university visits in 10 days - for Indiana State University faculty members Paul DuongTran and Brian Kilp. But the payoff could lead to new experiences for students. Read the entire article at the ISU Newsroom.

"Nyendick, Lugar to be honored as 'Women of Influence' [...] Nyendick is the director of the Community School of Arts." To read the full news post, visit the ISU Newsroom.

Take a moment to watch the School of Music video introduction produced by ISU Music Business students Patrick Waclaw and Ebonie Lamb in collaboration with the Office of Communications and Marketing.

Read about the work of ISU Music Business majors Ebonie Lamb, Kelsey Marvin and Mitchell Swafford at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in Manchester, Tennessee. Newsroom Article

Resources for music educators

The School of Music is a great resource for arts educators. We encourage area educators to consider class trips to experience one of our many faculty or student recitals, which are generally free and open to the public. Many of our faculty members are willing to do workshops or masterclasses and our faculty ensembles frequently do outreach in schools. Private music lessons for adults and students are available through the Community School of the Arts