Indiana University Horn Area
Welcome to the Horn Area of the Jacobs School of Music website!
As one of the world’s premier music schools, the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music has the most comprehensive music program in the United States and the largest resident faculty of any music education institution.
Approximately 1,600 students from all 50 states and more than 55 countries study in a conservatory atmosphere—amidst the academic resources of a major research university—with 180 full-time faculty members who are among the finest performers, scholars, composers and educators today.
Performing ensembles include six orchestras, eight choirs, four bands, four jazz ensembles and a variety of chamber ensembles contributing to the school’s more than 1,100 performances annually, including five fully staged operas, three ballets and one musical.
The horn faculty of the Jacobs School of Music runs one of the most comprehensive musical training programs in the world. Renowned for their performances and pedagogy, the faculty share their immeasurable diversity of experience with every student. This makes attending Indiana University an exciting and enlightening experience.
The 46 horn students of the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music are already familiar with the riches this school has to offer: numerous performing opportunities and a comprehensive academic music curriculum, all within a diverse university community.
We invite you to familiarize yourself with this unique school and encourage you to visit the Jacobs School of Music. Contact the Office of Admissions and Financial Aid or one of the current horn students for more information.