At the River Campus, our Music students and faculty participate in performances that range from solo shows to ensembles in a variety of genres. Support our Department of Music and get tickets today. 

Current Southeast students can get a $5 ticket by taking their Southeast ID to any of the three University Box Offices.

Clark Terry / Phi Mu Alpha Jazz Festival (FEB 3-4)

Bedell Performance Hall. The 24th annual Clark Terry/ Phi Mu Alpha Jazz Festival showcases student musicians and guest artists from around the nation. All of whom contribute to a vibrant festival of jazz and the celebration of music performance and education. For more information, please contact Dr. Joseph Jefferson at jjefferson@semo.edu.

Women in Jazz, Gala Concert (FEB 3)

Feb. 3 at 7:30 p.m. Bedell Performance Hall. The culminating concert for the Clark Terry / Phi Mu Alpha Jazz Festival will be presented by the Southeast Jazz Ensembles and guest artist Sharel Cassity. This concert will feature all women composers and arrangers. Tickets $15. Currently enrolled SE students can get one $5 ticket by presenting their SE ID at the box office. Other discounts are available. Sponsored by Saint Francis Healthcare Systems.

Taking Flight (FEB 7)

Feb. 7 at 7:30 p.m. Shuck Music Recital Hall. This faculty recital, featuring Gabrielle Baffoni and Matt Yount, will explore some of the many clarinet works inspired by birds and flight. Tickets $10. Currently enrolled SE students can get one $5 ticket by presenting their SE ID at the box office. Other discounts are available.

Modern Masters (FEB 19)

Feb. 19 at 7:30 p.m. Shuck Music Recital Hall. Faculty and Students present a program of works by Philip Glass, Robert Fruehwald, and many more. Highlights will include music from The Hours by Glass and Atacameno Eluwun by Fruehwald. Tickets $10. Currently enrolled SE students can get one $5 ticket by presenting their SE ID at the box office. Other discounts are available.

Hidden Gems (FEB 21)

Feb. 21 at 7:30 p.m. Shuck Music Recital Hall. An evening of hidden gems and new works for the oboe and English horn, presented by Dr. Jenna Sehmann. Tickets $10. Currently enrolled SE students can get one $5 ticket by presenting their SE ID at the box office. Other discounts are available.

Southeast Percussion Festival Concert (FEB 23)

Feb. 23 at 1 p.m. and 6 p.m. Bedell Performance Hall. Area High School percussion ensembles are invited to perform in one of two festival concerts. Free Event.

SEMO High School Honor Band Festival (FEB 27)

Feb. 27 at 7 p.m. Bedell Performance Hall. High school students from Missouri, Illinois, and Kentucky perform in two fantastic honor bands. It will conclude with a performance by the Southeast Wind Symphony.  Free Event.

KHAN! (FEB 28)

Feb. 28 at 7:30 p.m. Bedell Performance Hall. The Southeast Wind Symphony and University Concert Band takes you on a musical journey featuring heroes and villains. Hear from Khan, Darth Vader, and more!  Tickets $15. Currently enrolled SE students can get one $5 ticket by presenting their SE ID at the box office. Other discounts are available.

The Poet Sings (MARCH 2)

March 2 at 7:30 p.m. Bedell Performance Hall. The Southeast University and Chamber Choirs offer a program full of thought-provoking, exciting and poignant poetry through song. This is a program you won't want to miss. Tickets $15. Currently enrolled SE students can get one $5 ticket by presenting their SE ID at the box office. Other discounts are available.

The Black Eyed Susans (MARCH 4)

March 4 at 3 p.m. Shuck Music Recital Hall. This folk music trio navigates a wide range of folk, jazz, pop, and acapella songs with a three-part harmony while accompanied by guitar, piano, bass, ukulele and percussion. Tickets $15. Currently enrolled SE students can get one $5 ticket by presenting their SE ID at the box office. Other discounts are available. Provided through the generosity of the Bill and Jeanie Stewart Endowed Music Fund.

Brahms' First Symphony (MARCH 7)

March 7 at 7:30 p.m. Bedell Performance Hall. The Southeast Symphony Orchestra will perform Brahms’ First Symphony, a profound and powerful composition that has inspired generations of audiences since its premiere in 1876. Also on the program will be the winner(s) of the collegiate Concerto and Aria Competition. Tickets $25. Currently enrolled SE students can get one $5 ticket by presenting their SE ID at the box office. Other discounts are available. Sponsored by Cuba Financial Group.

Songs From An Unmade Bed (MARCH 9)

March 9 at 7:30 p.m. Shuck Music Recital Hall. A recital featuring a theatrical song cycle that explores the romantic life of a gay man living in New York City. A unique theatrical event that is funny, poignant and hopeful about love. Tickets $10. Currently enrolled SE students can get one $5 ticket by presenting their SE ID at the box office. Other discounts are available.

Percussion Ensemble Theatre Concert (MARCH 21)

March 21 at 7:30 p.m. Rust Flexible Theatre An eclectic concert of solo and chamber works. Free event.

8 Strings and a Whistle (MARCH 24)

March 24 at 7:30 p.m. Shuck Music Recital Hall. 8 Strings and a Whistle has been captivating audiences nationwide while performing their works alongside rare treasures of the Baroque, Classical and 20th and 21st century — all originally composed for flute, viola, and cello! Tickets $15. Currently enrolled SE students can get one $5 ticket by presenting their SE ID at the box office. Other discounts are available.

Dr. Robert Watson (APRIL 1)

Shuck Recital Hall 7:30pm. Guest pianist, Dr. Robert Watson.

Blowin' the Blues (APRIL 18)

April 18 at 7:30 p.m. Bedell Performance Hall. The Southeast Jazz Lab and Studio Ensembles will present a concert focused on one of the most central elements of jazz tradition, the Blues. Tickets $15. Currently enrolled SE students can get one $5 ticket by presenting their SE ID at the box office. Other discounts are available. Sponsored by Saint Francis Healthcare Systems.

Synergy (APRIL 23)

April 23 at 3 p.m. Shuck Music Recital Hall. St. Louis-based new music ensemble Synergy will perform a program of twentieth and twenty-first century music for pianos and percussion. Tickets $15. Currently enrolled SE students can get one $5 ticket by presenting their SE ID at the box office. Other discounts are available.

Beethoven and Faure (APRIL 25)

April 25 at 7:30 p.m. Bedell Performance Hall. Featuring two powerful compositions; Beethoven’s magnificent Fifth Symphony for full orchestra, followed by Fauré’s inspiring Requiem for chorus and orchestra, performed by Southeast’s Symphony, University Choir, Choral Union, and Chamber Choir. Tickets $25. Currently enrolled SE students can get one $5 ticket by presenting their SE ID at the box office. Other discounts are available. Sponsored by Cuba Financial Group.

Opera Scenes (APRIL 30)

April 30 at 3 p.m. Shuck Music Recital Hall. An entertaining collection of scenes from opera and operetta classics performed by the Opera Workshop. Tickets $15. Currently enrolled SE students can get one $5 ticket by presenting their SE ID at the box office. Other discounts are available.

Perspectives (MAY 2)

May 2 at 7:30 p.m. Bedell Performance Hall. The Southeast Wind Symphony and University Concert Band explore perspectives of under-represented composers and performers. The program includes guest musicians from the region and local community.  Tickets $15. Currently enrolled SE students can get one $5 ticket by presenting their SE ID at the box office. Other discounts are available.

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Office
518 S. Fountain
Cape Girardeau, MO 63703
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