- Jazz Ensembles
- Liturgical Choir
- Symphony Orchestra
- Pep Band
- Symphonic Band
- University Chorus
- Wind Ensemble
Director of Music
Dr. Erik Janners
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Marquette University offers a variety of ways for musically talented students to continue to practice and perform while in college. The vocal and instrumental performance groups are listed in the Timetable of Classes as zero-credit courses. This means that if you participate in one of these groups, your participation will be listed on your academic transcript if you register for it and you may be able to waive your Fine Arts requirement, depending on the college of your enrollment.
The various ensembles are also available for enrollment for one credit per semester as a part of the new music minor program. Check out our instrumental groups webpage to see which group is right for you. Further information about the music minor can be found on our music minor webpage.
If you're a student who has an interest in music, consider taking a music appreciation course or our Carillon Discovery Course. You do not need to play an instrument to get involved with music at Marquette!
Visit our performances webpage to see our upcoming concert dates and attend one of our performances.