The Mission of Delta Omicron International Music Fraternity is to promote and support excellence in music and musicianship. 

Our History:

    Delta Omicron International Music Fraternity is a professional fraternity in the field of music with collegiate chapters established throughout the United States and abroad. 

    The fraternity was founded in 1909 at the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music by three undergraduate students. The Founders were Hazel Wilson, Lorena Creamer, and Mable Dunn. 

    Delta Omicron is the only organization of its kind founded by students for students. From 1909 to the present, twenty-six Delta Omicron national presidents have guided the fraternity to achieve and fulfill its purposes and objectives.

Our Purposes:

  • to create and foster fellowship through music;

  • to give music students an opportunity to meet with one another and, by personal contact and exchange of ideas, to broaden the individual outlook;

  • to develop character and leadership;

  • to strengthen a devotion and loyalty to Alma Mater;

  • to give material aid to worthy students;

  • to encourage the highest possible scholastic attainment, excellence of individual performance; and appreciation of good music;

  • to manifest interest in young musicians.

Our Objectives:

  • to promote American music and musicians

  • to further the work of composers;

  • to stimulate appreciation of music at the community level;

  • to attain high ethical standards of professional conduct;

  • to encourage understanding of the cultures of all nations;

  • to do any and all things conducive to the service, betterment, and ultimate welfare of musicians. 


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