Music Department

Alumni and Community

Duncan Bohannon, Class of 2007

Bio Image Duncan Bohannon

Duncan Kirk Bohannon, who graduated in 2007 with a B.A. in Music (Piano Performance and Music Technology) is an acclaimed up-and-coming composer for visual media. To date, he has written for CBS Television Distribution's own music library — contributing music to The Oprah Winfrey Show, Dr. Phil, Rachel Ray, Entertainment Tonight, and The Doctors — and provided additional music for the hit television series Human Target (FOX) and Chuck (NBC). Duncan has also composed for over a dozen short films, and for the award-winning features Bad Faith and And We Will Dance. He is also an experienced pianist, working professionally as an accompanist since 1999.

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Community Involvement

Take Music, Theatre, or Art Lessons

IU Southeast Arts Institute
Since its inception in 1996 with grant funding from Indiana University, the Arts Institute has offered quality instruction in the arts for all ages. Private lessons are offered in keyboard, voice, and stringed, brass and wind instruments. Classes in the Suzuki method (violin, viola, cello, and piano), theatre, vocal training and music technology applications are currently available as are art workshops for children 5-12. All classes are non-credit.

Perform in a Musical Ensemble

Ensembles at IU Southeast
In addition to providing a valuable educational experience to our music majors, the ensembles at Indiana University Southeast welcome members of the community in addition to all IU Southeast students, faculty, and staff. Ensembles include the IU Southeast Orchestra, IU Southeast Concert Band, IU Southeast Concert Choir, IU Southeast Community Chorus, and the Commonwealth Brass Band.