Welcome to the online home of the Agoura High Music program!
The AHS music program fosters positive student growth through rigorous preparation, teamwork, research, enrichment in the arts and social well being. As a result of the national recognition our department has received in the fields of classical music and jazz, we have developed strong relationships with several of the nation’s top universities. Graduates of our program have been accepted to universities and conservatories such as The Juilliard School of Music, Eastman School Of Music, The Manhattan School of Music, Harvard, Stanford, UC Berkeley, UCLA, USC, CSUN Jazz Studies, Temple Jazz Studies, Northwestern, M.I.T., The University of Chicago, The New England Conservatory of Music, and many more.
Whether you are a current or prospective member of our program, we invite you to learn more about how your participation in music at AHS will help create opportunities for you in college and beyond.
Senior Banquet Slideshow is here! A big thanks to Luba Neymit for all her hard work.
Jazz A at Bogie’s and at Westlake Village TGIF along with Studio Jazz
For all you singers out there…
Join over 10,000 singers for the biggest choral event in California state history! We will perform choral masterworks like Morten Lauridsen’s Dirait-on and Eric Whitacre’s Sleep, alongside popular favorites like Lean On Me, Pentatonix’s Sing, the Beatles’ Hey Jude, and many, many more. Whether you sign up for a hub venue or plan to participate at home, you will be part of a group singing event unlike any other.
Composer and Artist-in-Residence Eric Whitacre hosts this live choral concert with the Los Angeles Master Chorale and 2,000 audience singers at Walt Disney Concert Hall, which will simultaneously be broadcasted to five California satellite venues where choirs will be assembled and singing with each other in real-time. In addition, the concert will be live-streamed online (right here) for anyone in the world to watch – and sing along. And best of all, it’s absolutely FREE!
This is not an AHS sponsored event, so you will have to provide your own transportation if you decide to participate.