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The college has been working all summer to make your return to campus safe. The details of our plans for Fall 2020 are now available on our new COVID-19 Resources page.
Whether you want to study theory, play oboe or teach music, the College of Music has more than seven degree programs in more than 23 fields of study.
Our faculty perform regularly with renowned orchestras, compose pieces for national ensembles and lead the national dialogue on music entrepreneurship.
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The south side of our building is getting a breathtaking new facade, new performance spaces and more to enhance our programs and ensembles.
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Our students perform with any number of ensembles, large and small, traditional and innovative, in some of the most beautiful venues in the region.
During these challenging times, the College of Music is dedicated to providing our community with ways to gather with us online.
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Our programs are supported by the generosity of our community members. Help lay the foundation for a vibrant future for music by giving.
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Aug. 5, 2020
Read more about Meet Assistant Professor of Composition and Director of Pendulum New Music Annika Socolofsky
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Read more about Planned gift will provide $2 million to cello studio
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