An Invitation to Make Music- Southeastern’s music opportunities!

Are you eager to sing to the Lord a new song? Would you like to join others playing skillfully unto the Lord? (Ps 33:3) Consider participating in a music ensemble or class at Southeastern! Discover or develop your musical gifts and make music for the glory of God at Southeastern!

Perform in an ensemble:

Singers and instrumentalists can receive one hour free credit per semester by participating in a music ensemble.

  1. Sopranos, altos, tenors, and basses are needed for the choir. Contact Dr. John Boozer at for more information.
  2. Woodwind, string, and brass players are needed for the orchestra. Contact Professor Joshua Waggener at for more information.

Learn to sing well in a voice class:

No music-reading or singing experience is necessary for MUS1530 Voice Class for Non-Majors. Learn to take care of your voice while you develop your vocal confidence. For questions, contact Professor Susan Lozaw at

Learn to play the piano in one of our piano classes:

No experience necessary. Take advantage of this opportunity to develop a skill you will enjoy, and one that will enhance your ministry. For questions, contact Dr. Nannette Godwin at

Learn to play the guitar in one of our guitar classes:

Beginning and intermediate instruction available. Learn skills for making music and leading worship with guitar. For questions, contact Professor Joshua Waggener at

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