Concert and Event Information
The Austin Peay Department of Music hosts more than 100+ performances each semester. Events take place in the 600-seat George & Sharon Mabry Concert Hall, the newly-constructed Heydel Hall in the Art & Design Building, and other venues across campus and the local community.
Performances feature APSU student and faculty soloists, chamber, and large ensembles. Performances also feature guest artists sponsored by the Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts or the Clarksville Community Concert Association. APSU is also proud to host Clarksville's professional chamber orchestra, the Gateway Chamber Orchestra who performs six masterworks concerts per season.
We hope you can join us for many of these performances. Most events are free and open to the public. More information, including dates, times, locations and ticket information, are available on the side links on this page.
The APSU Guitar Studio plays music by James Piorkowski, including the first performance of A Fine Days Evening for guitar quintet. Livestream performance Wednesday March 17, 7.30pm. Facebook APSU Guitar Program
Virtual Visits: Meet the Artists
Thursday, March 18, 7:30PM CT
Join the Clarksville Community Concert Association for a performance and conversation with Huntertones! Featuring a high-energy, horn-driven sound, genre bending compositions, and unconventional covers, every show is a social experience celebrating the joy of music.
CCCA believes that music feeds the mind and soul, and it aims to fulfill its mission and bring world-class artists even during these challenging times. CCCA also invites you to help feed the children in our own community through Clarksville's FUEL program. Donations can be made at http://www.fuelforkids.org. Thank you for supporting the well-being of our younger audiences!
Click "Join Event" to go straight to the CCCA YouTube channel.