Mu Phi Epsilon Dallas Alumni Chapter

Promoting high scholarship, musicianship and friendship through service


Next Meeting

SEPTEMBER 7, 2024 - 11 AM

Location:  Home of Nancy Laine

Hosts:  Nancy Laine

Program:  TBA

Concert Season

Free Sunday concerts are held live, in spring and fall in person, at 2
pm at the J. Erik Jonsson Library Auditorium, 1515 Young St., Dallas – across from City Hall.

The free parking garage can be accessed from the back of the library on Young St. The first
floor Auditorium is at the east end of the building, a turn left off the elevator from the parking garage.

Some past concerts can be seen on our YouTube page:


We will offer a scholarship this year open to collegiate chapter members in South Central 2 district. See requirements and forms on Scholarship page. Applications due by April 3, 2025.

Past Convention

July 19-21, 2023
Embassy Suites Hotel, Grapevine, TX
"No Shrinking Violets"
On Convention page - by Kurt-Alexander Zeller

A woman playing an acoustic guitar in front of a black background.

Our Mission

  • Foster the Ideas of Service to School and Community
  • Develop an Awareness That Artistic Gifts Are to Be Shared
  • Promote High Scholarship, Musicianship, and Friendship Through Service
  • Provide Opportunities for Strong Artistic and Personal Abilities

Our Creed

I believe in MUSIC, the noblest of all arts;
A source of much that is good, just, and beautiful;
In FRIENDSHIP, marked by love, kindness, and sincerity;
And in HARMONY, the essence of a true and happy life.
I believe in the sacred bonds of our Fraternity - loyal, generous, and self-sacrificing, and its strength shall ever guide me in the path that leads upwards to the stars.

By Ruth Jane Kirby - Omega Chapter

An image of a person playing a harp.

Our History

Mu Phi Epsilon is an International Professional Music Fraternity founded on November 13, 1903, at the Metropolitan College of Music in Cincinnati, Ohio, by Dr Winthrop S. Sterling and Elizabeth Mathias Fuqua. There are currently 144 collegiate chapters with charters, 82 active chapters, and 74 active alumni chapters. It awards a number of scholarships and grants and promotes music among professional musicians, students, and the community.

See the essay "No Shrinking Violets" by Kurt-Alexander Zeller on the Convention page.

A woman playing a piano in a living room.

Our Chapter

The Dallas Alumni Chapter celebrates 85years this year. We meet 6-7 times a year and sponsor a series of weekly free concerts in spring and fall in partnership with the Dallas Public Library; give scholarships, present musical programs, and perform other services to the community.

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We welcome Mu Phis in the area and recent graduates. Contact Lisa Beyer for information:
[email protected]

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