Music at Alma offers fulfilling creative outlets regardless of your major. Twenty percent of Alma students perform in one of eight music ensembles, for which they receive academic credit toward graduation. We’re serious about making music, but we also have fun doing so!
The Percussion Ensemble’s concert included a performance of “Lover.”
The Kiltie Marching Band Indoor Show pays homage to the 1980s band “Tower of Power.”
Jazz Ensemble December concert.
The Alma Symphony Orchestra concert featured soprano Victoria Walker.
The Alma Choirs Christmas Concert was streamed live on the web.
The Pipe Band competed at the 2014 Highland Games in St. Louis, MO, on September 27. The bass and tenor drummers won best midsection.
Alma students had an abundance of choices for Spring Term 2014.
Members of the Percussion Studio created a recording of new music.
Students traveled to the Gilmore International Keyboard Festival.
The Alma Choir spent the first two weeks of May in the highlands of Scotland singing concerts in Ayr, Oban, on the Isle of Skye, St. Andrews, and in the fabulous St. Giles Cathedral in Edinburgh. The next overseas trip for the Alma Choir is May 2016.
Cameron Tahaney, Helen Bess, and Joseph Kennedy recently competed in the Kalamazoo Bach Festival Competition.