Beyond Jewell

Quality graduate programs and employers seek music students who have successfully completed a liberal arts degree along with their disciplined music studies. This foundation prepares Jewell alumni for lifelong learning. Our students have excelled in the following programs and careers:

Graduate Schools

  • Oxford University (England) doctoral candidate
  • Yale University School of Music
  • Yale Institute of Sacred Music
  • Indiana University Jacobs School of Music doctoral candidate
  • Stony Brook University doctoral candidate
  • Case Western Reserve University
  • Seton Hall University School of Law
  • St. Louis University School of Law

Careers

  • Mid-America Productions (New York City) executive director
  • Wall Street Journal drama critic and playwright
  • American Operatic Baritone and Grammy award winner
  • EPCOT’s Candlelight Processional conductor
  • Texas Children’s Hospital music therapist
  • Chamber Music Orchestra of Tulsa executive director Kansas City Lyric Opera singer
  • Production studio owner and choral arranger
  • Wheaton Conservatory of Music assistant professor
  • Conductor of Metropolitan Youth Symphony of Kansas City
  • Public and private school music teachers/conductors
  • Harriman-Jewell Series development director
  • Sound engineer
  • Choral accompanist and voice instructor
  • U.S. Navy Rear Admiral
  • Advertising agency media analyst
  • Community cultural affairs specialist

 

Music Events Calendar
APRIL 2017
1 Concert: Liberty Symphony Orchestra 7:30 p.m., Liberty Performing Arts Theater (Tickets: libertysymphony.org)
2 Concert: Cardinalis 4 p.m., TBD
12 Schola Cantorum: Compline for Holy Week 9 p.m., Grace & Holy Trinity Cathedral, Kansas City
20 Chamber Music Recital 7 p.m., Forbis Recital Hall
22 Concert: Symphonic Band 2 p.m., Gano Chapel
24 Chapel Choir Holocaust Remembrance 6:30 p.m., Maple Woods Community College
29 Concert: Chapel Choir 7:30 p.m., Gano Chapel
30 Concert: Handbell Choir 3p.m., TBD
MAY 2017
4 Concert: Jazz Band 7 p.m., Peters Theater (Brown Hall)