At the University of Findlay, you can pursue your career and be a part of several opportunities in the performing arts including theatre productions, band, orchestra and vocal music performances. We offer a music minor, vocal and instrumental ensembles and numerous theatre productions every year. Students in the performing arts programs have opportunities to perform on and off campus at various events throughout the year.
We also encourage students to attend performances throughout the year to support our student performers! For the full performance schedule click here
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You don't have to be a theatre major to audition or work backstage for our theatre productions. Our theatre program gives students the chance to be a part of four main productions including one major musical production every year. For more information about UF's theatre program, click here
UF offers a variety of music ensembles that any student can be a part of. Many of them offer scholarships for participation. Select any of the following groups for more information:
Community Music Programs
Several of our music programs are open to community members! Throughout the academic year, our orchestra, symphonic band and choir (listed above) welcome outside community members. The University of Findlay also hosts the following music programs for students, faculty/staff and community members throughout the summer, no auditions required:
Findlay Civic Band
Rehearsals: 7 - 9 p.m. on Tuesdays (May - July) in Egner
2018 rehearsals begin on Tuesday, May 22!
7:30 p.m. Sunday, June 24 - Joint Concert with Fostoria Community Band, Foundation Park in Fostoria
7 p.m. Wednesday, July 11 - Riverside Park Concert Series
7 p.m. Wednesday, July 18 - Riverside Park Concert Series
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Findlay Summer Choir
Rehearsals: 7 - 9 p.m. on Thursdays (June - August) in Egner
2018 rehearsals begin on Thursday, June 7! The Findlay Summer Choir will perform one concert on Sunday, Aug. 26 in the Ritz Auditorium at the University of Findlay.
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