Olin students love music! With their instruments, voices, and creative talents, students find expressive outlets, individually and in groups. In short, music brings balance to the practice of engineering, or as one student put it: No Music, No Life!read more
Olin hosts a number of broad community events where musicians create and perform. See below for more information.
Groups such as the Olin Conductorless Orchestra (OCO), Olin Jazz Orchestra (OJO), Olin Rock Orchestra (ORO), PowerChords, and the Wired Ensemble put on shows for all prospective students invited to the three annual Candidates Weekends. They perform in the Milas Hall Mezzanine, Norden Auditorium, and the Miller Academic Center.
The Olin EXPO or Exposition is a school event occurring at the end of each Fall & Spring semester. This is prime time for groups to put on performances! OCO, OJO, ORO, PowerChords, and the Wired Ensemble perform during EXPO, so make sure to check them out!
Admissions’ Fall Open House offers an opportunity for prospective students and their families to preview what life is like at Olin! Music groups perform at Open House to connect with “prospies” and introduce them to Olin Music culture.
Watch OCO, ORO, OJO, PowerChords, and the Wired Ensemble perform at Candidates Weekends from late February to early March!
The Olin Expo held at the end of every semester offers an opportunity to hear live performances by course ensembles (OCO, the Wired Ensemble), club groups (OJO, ORO, PowerChords), chamber music trios/quartets, and soloists!