Contact Music Admissions
We are pleased to share that we are now open for visits!
All visitors must follow our COVID19 policies. If you have not been vaccinated, please wear a mask during your visit.
While you are visiting you may have a tour of Voxman with one of our student ambassadors or admisisons counselor, visit an ensemble rehearsal, or meet with a faculty member.
To schedule a visit, please contact Admissions Counselor, Allison Bierman (firstname.lastname@example.org).
If you would like to meet with a faculty member while you are visiting, please indicate that in your email to us. We will do our best to accommodate your request.
Meet our School of Music Ambassadors!
Our student ambassadors are here to help you learn more about the student experience at the University of Iowa School of Music.
- Want to schedule a virtual Zoom tour of the Voxman Music Building?
- Want to set up a chat with one of the ambassadors to talk about their experiences at the UI?
- Have specific questions about ensembles, classes, or what it's like to audition?
For any of these reasons, or if you're just wondering who to contact at the UI, email email@example.com.
Justin Hettlage: senior piano performance major studying with Dr. Ksenia Nosikova. He is from Bettendorf, Iowa and is a member of Camerata and the Jazz Repertoire Ensemble. Outside of music, he is pursuing a creating writing certificate and is involved in University Honors.
Veena Kappaganthu: senior pursuing Vocal Performance and Political Science majors. She's actively involved in the Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging board at Voxman as the Undergraduate representative, in addition to being involved in various multicultural student organizations around campus. In addition to her Western music practices, Veena continues to practice Carnatic music (Indian Classical Singing) and plans to pursue law school after her undergraduate studies.
Amelia Johnson: senior student at the University of Iowa, majoring in Oboe Performance and Art History with a Museum Studies certificate. She is from Bay Village, Ohio. Amelia plays in the Symphony Band and Symphony Orchestra and participates in multiple chamber music ensembles. Amelia is the Assistant Orchestra Librarian for the orchestras and is the Woodwind Representative for the School of Music Advisory Council. She is a member of the women's music fraternity Sigma Alpha Iota on campus. After finishing her degree, Amelia hopes to pursue conducting.