2021 Directory of Music Schools



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Codes for Degrees
 1    Performance
 2    Music Education
 3    Theory   
 4    Composition   
 5    History/Musicology
 6    Conducting
 7    Church Music
 8    Music Therapy
 9    Jazz Studies
10    Arts Administration
11    Music Industry
12    Music Theater
13    Recording Technology

 



An addendum to the College Listing will be published in the December/January issue of The Instrumentalist. If your school was not included, please contact us at [email protected] or call 888-446-6888.


Alabama
Auburn University
(Auburn). At Auburn, we are dedicated to providing a globally recognized, innovative education in all aspects of traditional/contemporary music; nurturing and inclusive environment reflecting our liberal arts tradition. Committed to state-of-the-art facilities for future generations that contribute to, value, appreciate, and advocate for the musical arts through performance, research, service, outreach. Contact: Richard Good, 101 Goodwin Hall, 334-844-4165, [email protected] Undergraduate degrees: 1,2,4. Graduate degrees: 2. 115 music majors, 32 graduate students, 38 faculty, 27,000 total enrollment. Graduate degrees: 2. 30 graduate students, 32 graduate faculty. 5 bands, 2 jazz band, 1 orch., 8 chor.

Jacksonville State University (Jacksonville). A comprehensive program at a regional university stressing excellence in performance studies, academic achievement, and professional preparation. Contact: Dr. Renée Baptiste, 700 Pelham Road North, 256-782-5559, [email protected] Degrees: 1,2. General Music, Music Education and Performance concentrations. 300 music majors, 37 music faculty, 5 bands, 9 jazz bands, 1 orch., 5 choirs.


Alaska
University of Alaska (Anchorage). Mountains and Music! Located in spectacular Anchorage, a cosmopolitan city of 300,000 with a vibrant arts scene, the school offers BA, BM Performance and an innovative Emphasis in Music Education degree that is followed by a one-year MAT/certification program. Contact: Anna Owens, 3211 Providence Dr., 970-786-1575, [email protected] Degrees: BA, BM Performance, BM Education. 80 music majors, 11 music faculty, 17,890 total enrollment. 3 band, 1 jazz band, 1 orch., 1 chor.

University of Alaska (Fairbanks). The nation’s Arctic University offers unique opportunities to students of music. If you are seeking small class sizes, renowned faculty, amazing touring opportunities, and the chance to perform in the premier concert hall in Alaska, and fantastic outdoor adventures, you will find it all here. Contact: Music Admissions, 102 Signers Hall, 800-478-1823, [email protected] Undergraduate degrees: 1,2. Graduate degrees: MM. 44 music majors, 7 graduate students, 9 faculty. 1 band, 1 jazz band, 2 orch., 2 chor.

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Arizona
Arizona State University School of Music (Tempe). The School of Music at ASU is one of the top state institutions nationwide for the study of music. Innovative and collaborative programs are led by nationally and internationally recognized faculty artists and scholars, who work with students to cultivate excellence, personal growth, and a commitment to making contributions to the field of music. Each year, more than 700 concerts and recitals are offered on campus, in addition to extensive partnerships with local organizations. These experiences allow students to learn invaluable performance skills, while encouraging them to become creative leaders who are involved in their communities. Contact: Music Admissions, PO Box 870405, Tempe, 480-965-5069, [email protected] Undergraduate deadline: 1/5. Undergraduate degrees: 16. Graduate deadline: 12/1. Graduate degrees: 17. Total Enrollment 803: 443 undergraduate, 360 graduate students, 76 faculty. 6 bands, 4 jazz bands, 4 orch., 7 chor.

Arkansas
Ouachita Baptist University (Arkadelphia). The Division of Music seeks to provide opportunities for students to gain professional competence in the art of music, integrating the highest standards of musical performance with a broad-based curriculum of scholarly studies within the framework of a strong Christian liberal arts tradition. Contact: Gary Gerber, 410 Ouachita St., 870-245-5512, [email protected] Degrees: 1,2,7,11,12. 115 music majors, 27 faculty, 1,500 total enrollment 3 bands, 1 jazz band, 4 chor.

University of Central Arkansas (Conway). The University of Central Arkansas Department of Music is an artistic community of more than 200 music majors who are preparing for careers in a wide variety of music professions. Ensemble opportunities abound for all UCA students and include the electrifying Conway Symphony Orchestra, the spirited Bear Marching Band, and the award-winning UCA Choirs, as well as numerous other large and small ensembles. Contact: Cole Cavanah, 201 Donaghey Avenue, 501-450-5750, [email protected] Undergraduate deadline: 5/1. Tuition: $9,565 res., $16,435 non-res. Degrees: 1-4. Graduate deadline: 4/15. Tuition: $8,945 res., $15,695 non-res. Degrees: 1-4,6. 230 music majors, 40 graduate students, 45 faculty, 10,335 total enrollment.

California
California State University, Northridge. Ranked in the top 25 accredited state university programs in the nation, the CSUN Music Department is recognized internationally for excellent preparation in a variety of careers in classical and commercial music. CSUN is located just 20 minutes from the center of the film, television, and recording industry of Los Angeles. Due to COVID, both in-person and video auditions will be accepted. Contact: Nicole Hovland, 18111 Nordhoff, 818-677-3184, musi[email protected] Deadline: 11/30. Undergraduate Tuition: $5,742 res., $10,494 non-res. Undergraduate degrees: 1,2,4,8,9,11. Grad. Tuition: $7,176 res., $10,344 non-res. Grad. Degrees: 1,4,6,9,11. 500 music majors, 140 grad students, 75 faculty, 40,000 total enrollment. 2 bands, 3 jazz, 1 orch., 4 chor.

Colburn School (Los Angeles). Offering full scholarships and grants for tuition, room, and board, Colburn’s world-re­nowned faculty nurtures classical instrumentalists in a well-rounded curriculum of solo, chamber, and orchestral studies in downtown Los Angeles. Contact: Lauren Woodward, 200 S. Grand Ave., 213-621-4534, [email protected] Deadline: 12/1. Degrees: 1, 6. 60 music majors, 60 graduate students, 40 faculty. 1 orch.

Pepperdine University (Malibu). Ranked multiple times as the top most beautiful campuses in the US! World class instrumental faculty including members of the LA Philharmonic. Generous ensemble scholarship for music major/minor and all other students. Christian, liberal arts college which focuses on holistic education. International music program in Heidelberg Germany every other summer. Contact: Pierre Tang, 24255 Pacific Coast Highway, 310-506-7931, [email protected] Degrees: 1,2,4,12. 51 music majors, 30 faculty, 3,600 total enrollment. 1 band, 1 jazz band, 1 orch., 2 chor.

San Francisco Conservatory of Music (San Francisco). SFCM is a tight-knit community of 450 students. Students work alongside internationally-known artists on San Francisco’s major stages and gig all around the area from Napa Valley to Silicon Valley. Alumni hold leading roles as performers, educators, founders of ensembles and festivals, and innovators in music technology and business. Contact: Lisa Nickels, 50 Oak Street, 415-503-6231, [email protected] Undergraduate degrees: 1,4,9,13. Graduate degrees: 1,4,6,9,13. 255 music majors, 195 graduate students, 150 faculty. 1 band/wind ensemble, 1 jazz band, 2 orch., 2 chor.

San Diego State University (San Diego). The San Diego State University School of Music and Dance provides the highest quality education for performers, choreographers, educators, researchers, and others in related fields; serves a highly diverse student body in a culturally rich environment; and provides career development opportunities, enhances critical thinking abilities, and nurtures artistic-academic development. Contact: Shirley Valencia, 5500 Campanile Dr., 619-594-6031, [email protected] Degrees: 1,2,4,9,13, Composition, Music Entrepreneurship & Business. Graduate degrees: 1,3,4,5,6,9. 369 music majors, 31 graduate students, 33,778 total enrollment. 3 bands/winds, 6 jazz bands, 2 orch., 3 chor.

Sanoma State University (Rohnert Park). Located in the heart of California’s Wine Country, Sonoma State University offers Bachelor of Music degree programs in Music Education (Instrumental, Choral and Jazz tracks), Performance, Jazz Studies and Composition. Contact: Brooke Tester, 1801 E Cotai Avenue, 707-664-2324, [email protected] Undergraduate deadline: 11/30. Tuition: $7,880 res., $19,760 non-res. Degrees: 1,2,4,9. 120 music majors, 10 music faculty, 7,200 total enrollment. 2 bands, 2 jazz bands, 1 orch., 2 chor.

University of California, Los Angeles, The Herb Alpert School of Music (Los Angeles). The UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music offers performance, scholarship, and innovation, all in one place. Com­bining outstanding departments of Ethno­musicology, Music, and Musicology, we provide academic opportunities that balance cutting-edge scholarship with performance mastery and composition. Students are encouraged to explore music in all its contemporary and historical diversity. Contact: Admissions Office, 445 Charles E. Young Drive East, 2520 Schoenberg Music Building, 310-825-6457, [email protected] Degrees: 1,2,4,5,9, world music. Graduate degrees: 1,4,5,6,9, ethnomusicology. 318 music majors, 166 grad students, 123 faculty, 30,870 total enrollment. 4 bands, 10 jazz bands, 2 orch., 3 chor.

University of the Pacific, Conservatory of Music (Stockton). For over 140 years, the Conservatory has been delivering outstanding music education with its unique brand of hands-on, experiential learning through a wide variety of degree plans. We provide education steeped in the tradition of great musical training and the skills needed for successful 21st century careers in music. Contact: Jessica Siena, 3601 Pacific Ave., 209-946-2418, [email protected] Undergraduate deadline: 1/15. Undergraduate degrees: 1,2,4,5,8,9,11. Graduate deadline: 3/1. Degrees: 2,8. 241 music majors, 27 graduate students, 59 faculty, 4,000 total undergraduate enrollment. 2 bands, 1 jazz band, 1 orch., 3 chor.

University of Redlands (Redlands) is a private liberal arts university offering a conservatory approach in a liberal arts setting. Performance opportunities abound with more than 200 performances annually. Whether music is your major or you just have an interest in music, everyone is encouraged to participate in the rich, musical environment on campus. Contact: Brad Andrews, 1200 E. Colton Ave., 909-748-8014, [email protected] Undergraduate deadline: 1/15. Undergraduate degrees: 1,2,4,9. Grad. deadline: rolling. Graduate degrees: 1,4,6, vocal chamber music, artist diploma. 135 music majors, 32 graduate students, 42 faculty, 2,400 total enrollment. 2 bands, 2 jazz bands, 1 orch., 3 chor.

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Colorado
University of Colorado (Boulder). We offer a wide range of programs for undergraduate and graduate study, integrating advanced musical training with professionally oriented experiences and the rich resources of a leading research university. Our faculty are award-winning professional performers, published scholars and composers, and deeply dedicated pedagogues.

The College of Music
offers more than 30 areas of classical or jazz study for undergraduates, including composition, performance, education and more. Whether you’re pursuing a master’s or doctorate degree, the College of Music offers 43 diverse programs for graduate study. Contact: Veronica McClellan, 301 UCB, 303-492-0037, [email protected] Undergraduate deadline: 2/1. Undergraduate degrees: 1-5,9. Graduate deadline: 12/1. Graduate degrees: 1-6,9,10. 300 music majors, 250 grad. students, 90 faculty. Multiple bands, jazz bands, orchestras, and choirs.

Connecticut
University of Connecticut (Storrs), a Research I institution with a world-class music faculty, offers a combination of strong academics and artistic excellence. Our approach allows students to pursue degrees in performance, composition, history, jazz, and theory and, if desired, to combine those pursuits with another of UConn’s 115 majors. Contact: Elizabeth Foody, 1295 Storrs Road, Unit 1128, 860-486-2678, [email protected] Deadline: 1/15. Degrees: 1-5,9. Graduate deadline: 2/15. Graduate de­grees: 1,3,5,7. 150 music majors, 35 graduate students, 45 faculty, 23,845 total enrollment. 3 bands, 2 jazz bands, 1 orch., 8 chor.

University of Hartford, The Hartt School (West Hartford). Hartt students collaborate, often across disciplines. They work with guest artists, take advantage of professional partnerships-in-training, intern, and enjoy opportunities to perform around the world and alongside an esteemed faculty. With more than 400 performances a year, The Hartt School is Connecticut’s leading producer of the performing arts. Contact: Megan Abernathy, 200 Bloomfield Avenue, 860-768-4465, [email protected] Undergraduate deadline: 2/15. Undergraduate degrees: 1-5,9-10,12-13, BSE Acoustics and Music. Graduate deadline: 2/15. Grad. degrees: 1-6, MM-Suzuki Pedagogy. 310 music majors, 130 grad. students, 103 faculty, 5,350 total enrollment. 3 bands, 10 jazz bands, 2 orch., 5 chor.

Delaware
University of Delaware (Newark). University of Delaware School of Music (Newark). At the UD School of Music, we recognize that preparing students for the rapidly evolving job market is paramount to success. We continue our robust offerings, while working to implement new, progressive tracks of study that leverage the technology-driven music industry, cultural awareness, and inclusive excellence. Offering Bachelor of Music, Bachelor of Arts, Master of Music degrees, in performance, composition, conducting, and teaching (including public school teaching certification for undergraduates) and opportunities for non-majors. Contact: Adrienne Harding, 100 Orchard Road, 302-831-2578, [email protected] Deadline: 1/15 for funding consideration. Undergraduate tuition: $12,980 res., $34,840 non-res. Undergraduate degrees: 1-5,9,11. Graduate tuition: $17100. Graduate degrees: 1,2,4,6. 221 music majors, 63 grad. students, 65 faculty, 18,518 total enrollment. 3 bands, 2 jazz bands, 2 orch., 4 chor.

Florida
Florida Atlantic University (Boca Raton). The FAU Department of Music aims to inspire achievement in music through student engagement in scholarship, diverse modes of creative activity and community outreach. Located on Florida’s Southeast coast, FAU serves over 30,000 students and offers various graduate and undergraduate degrees in music. Contact: Kyle Prescott, 777 Glades Road, 561-297-3854, [email protected] Undergraduate Deadline: 5/1. Degrees: 1,2,4,11,13. Graduate degrees: 1,4,6,11,13. 200 music majors, 30,000 total enrollment. 3 bands, 1 jazz band, 1 orch., 4 chor.

Jacksonville University
(Jacksonville). JU Department of Music offers five degrees in the areas of instrumental and vocal performance, jazz, musical theatre, music business, and music education. Our newly renovated concert hall hosts our ensembles, chamber groups, and invited guest artists as part of our annual performing arts series. Contact: Kimberly Beasley, 2800 Univer-sity Blvd. N, 904-256-7370, [email protected] Degrees: 1,2,4,9,11-13. 113 music majors, 30 faculty, 4.500 total enrollment. 2 bands, 4 jazz bands, 2 orch., 4 chor.

Palm Beach Atlantic University (West Palm Beach). This is a Christian liberal arts institution that emphasizes Christian lifestyle within the framework of an inter-denominational, free-church environment. The music department, accredited by NASM, stresses performance and academics with equal importance. The beautiful South Florida campus is located a five-minute walk to the Atlantic Ocean. Contact: Tori Uhlman, P.O. Box 24708, 561-803-2115, [email protected] Deadline: 4/1. Degrees: 1,2,4,5,7,9,11. 100 mu­sic majors, 30 faculty, 3,700 total enrollment. 3 bands, 2 jazz bands, 2 orch., 4 chor.

Stetson University (DeLand)


An exclusively undergraduate program within an historic university, Stetson provides an array of vocal and instrumental ensembles, including opera theatre and jazz. Students prepare for professional careers and graduate study in music, gaining a commitment to artistic excellence, intellectual curiosity, and professionalism within a values-based atmosphere of challenge and support. Contact: Music Admissions, 421 N. Woodland Blvd., Unit 8399, 386-822-8975, Stetson.edu/audition. Deadline: 2/15. Tuition: $50,440. Degrees: 1-3, 13, Music Business, music with an outside field, BA Music, Music Minor. 315 music majors and minors, 46 faculty, 3,150 total enrollment. 2 bands, 1 jazz band, 2 orch., 4 chor.
stetson.edu/audition

University of Central Florida (Orlando). For over 50 years, UCF has been a leader in music education in Florida and has grown to be an internationally recognized school to study music. Our world-class faculty are dedicated to helping students prepare for careers in the industry with one-on-one instruction, ensemble participation, networking opportunities and master classes. Contact: John Parker, 12488 Centaurus Blvd., 407-823-2869, [email protected] Undergraduate degrees: 1,2,4,5,6,11,12. Graduate degrees: MA Music. 375 music majors, 35 graduate students, 45 faculty, 68,000 total enrollment. 6 bands, 4 jazz bands, 2 orch., 4 chor.

University of Florida (Gainesville). The School of Music serves 220 graduate & 230 undergraduate music majors with 43 full-time and 11 adjunct faculty. Degree programs include B.A., B.M., M.M., Ph.D. (music and music education), and D.M.A. (performance, composition, and conducting). University of Florida is accredited by NASM, NCATE, and SACS. Undergrad-uate deadline: 11/1. Undergraduate Tuition: $6,380 res., $28,658 non-res. Undergraduate degrees: 1-5. Graduate deadline: 2/1. Graduate Tuition: $12,740 res., $30,134 non-res. Degrees: 1-7. 230 music majors, 220 graduate students 54 faculty, 52,000 total enrollment. 2 bands, 2 jazz band, 1 orch., 4 chor.

University of Miami, Frost School of Music (Coral Gables). The Frost School of Music at the University of Miami is one of the most innovative music schools in the world. Frost houses stunning concert and recital halls, world-class recording studios and The Frost Method, creating musicians that have artistic, technological, & entrepreneurial skills to thrive in the 21st century. Contact: Karen Kerr, 5503 San Amaro Drive, 305-284-6168, [email protected] Undergraduate deadline: 11/1 (early action), 12/1 (regular decision). Undergraduate tuition: $53,112. Undergraduate degrees: 1,2,4,8,9,11,13, Music Engineering Technology, Media Writing & Production. Graduate deadline: 12/1. Graduate tuition: $41,036. Grad. degrees: 1-6,8-11,13, Music Engineering Technology, Media Writing & Production, Studio Jazz Writing/Composition. 480 music majors, 260 graduate students, 100 faculty, 12,000 total enrollment. 5 bands, 4 jazz bands, 3 orch., 4 chor.
http://frost.miami.edu

Georgia
Augusta University (Augusta). Augusta University currently offers three fully NASM accredited degree programs: Bachelor of Music in music education, Bachelor of Music in performance (vocal, instrumental, piano and jazz studies concentrations), a Bachelor of Arts in Music, and also a Certificate in Music Industry Studies. Our highly qualified faculty includes nationally renowned performers, scholars, conductors and teachers who are dedicated to inspiring and mentoring music students. We are proud of our small class sizes and the individual attention that every music student receives in our program. Contact: Angela Morgan, 1120 15th St, 706-737-1453, [email protected] Undergraduate Deadline: 7/1. Undergrad-uate tuition: $6,892 res. $22,270 non-res. Undergraduate degrees: 1,2,9. Graduate deadline: 6/2. Graduate tuition: $5,504 res. $18,772 non-res. Graduate degrees: MAT. 65 music majors, 2 graduate students, 10 faculty, 9,565 total enrollment . 2 bands, 1 jazz bands, 1 orch. 2 chor.

Columbus State University, Schwob School of Music (Columbus). The Schwob School of Music is one of the leading university-level music programs in the Southeast. The distinguished artist faculty serve an internationally diverse student population in world-class facilities. Centrally located on a vibrant downtown arts campus, students can expect to be nurtured and challenged to meet high expectations. Contact: Debra Tommey, 4225 University Ave., 706-649-7224, [email protected] Degrees: 1,2, BA. Deg: 1, artist diploma. 250 music majors, 50 faculty. 2 bands, 2 jazz bands, 1 orch., 2 chor.

Emory University (Atlanta). The Emory University Department of Music curriculum embraces music majors and minors and welcomes the participation of students from every discipline across the university. We offer a BA in Music Performance, Music Composition or Music Research, Music Performance scholarships are available. Contact: Paul Bhasin, 1390 Oxford Road, 404-727-9451, [email protected] Undergraduate deadline: 1/1. Undergrad-uate degrees: 1,3,4,5,10. 150 music majors, 60 faculty, 5685 total enrollment. 2 bands, 2 jazz bands, 1 orch., 2 chor.

Georgia State University (Atlanta) offers exceptional performing opportunities, world-class concert spaces, outstanding faculty, advanced technology, excellent library, and research support and a distinctive focus on career development. Contact: 75 Poplar Street, Suite 500, 404-413-5900, [email protected] Degrees: 1,2,4,6,9, Music Technology, Music Management. Grad-uate degrees: 1-4,6,9. 360 music majors, 70 graduate students, 70 faculty, 32,000 total enrollment. 6 bands, 2 jazz bands, 1 orch., 3 chor.

Kennesaw State University (Kennesaw). The School of Music offers undergraduate degrees in performance, music education, composition with courses in film and game scoring, theory, musicology, and ethnomusicology. Our faculty are first-class performers, scholars, and teachers preparing students to be creative artists, educators, and leaders for the 21st century. An All-Steinway school. Fully NASM accredited. Contact: Christine Collins, 471 Bartow Ave., Room 210, 470-578-6614, [email protected] Degrees: 1-5,9. 235 music majors, 80 faculty. 4 bands, 7 jazz bands, 2 orch., 5 chor.

University of Georgia (Athens). The Hugh Hodgson School of Music offers a comprehensive slate of degrees at the undergraduate and graduate levels, emphasizing scholarship, artistic performance, and research. High standards of musical performance and academic achievement are required for admission. Prospective students must submit applications to both the University of Georgia and the Hodgson School of Music. Contact: Marshall Williams, 250 River Road, 706-542-2005, [email protected] Undergraduate degrees: 1-4,8, minor in jazz, music minor, bachelor of arts in music. Graduate degrees: 1,2,4,5,6. 300 music majors, 200 graduate students, 70 music faculty, 27,591 total undergraduate enrollment. 6 bands, 2 jazz bands, 2 orch., 9 chor.

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Idaho
University of Idaho, Lionel Hampton School of Music (Moscow). As a musically comprehensive and internationally recognized institution, the Lionel Hampton School of Music is a tight-knit community of world class performers, teachers, composers, scholars, and – most importantly – dedicated students. Contact: Admissions Office, 875 Perimeter Drive, MS 4253, 208-885-6163, [email protected] Undergraduate degrees: 1-5; Music Business, Music Minor, Musical Theatre Minor, Jazz Studies Minor. Graduate degrees: 1,4,5; Piano Pedagogy and Performance, Collaborative Piano, Choral Conducting. 225 music majors, 20 graduate students, 28 faculty, 11,500 total enrollment. 2 bands, 4 jazz bands, 1 orch., 5 chor.

Illinois
Augustana College (Rock Island). Music students prepare for their careers through carefully planned coursework in a strong liberal arts curriculum, individual advising, career internships, public performances and other professional experience. Contact: Margaret Ellis, 639 38th Street, 309-794-333, [email protected] Deadline: rolling. Degrees: 1,2,4,9. 90 music majors, 45 music faculty, 2,500 total enrollment. 2 bands, 1 jazz band, 1 orch., 4 chor.

Bradley University (Peoria). Music at Bradley involves a combination of technology and tradition to prepare students as teachers, composers, performers, or executives in the music industry. All Bradley students are welcomed into a performance program that involves over 350 musicians. Bradley’s highest priority is excellent teaching supported by research, scholarship, and creative activities. Contact: David Vroman, 1501 W. Bradley Ave., 309-677-2595, [email protected] Deadline: rolling. Degrees: 1,2,4,11. 125 music majors, 29 faculty, 5,000 total enrollment. 2 bands, 2 jazz bands, 1 orch., 3 chor.

Columbia College (Chicago). Columbia College Chicago’s BA and BMus degree programs focus on contemporary, urban, and popular music. In core classes, students learn theory, composition, improvisation, arranging, technology, history, analysis, and aural skills as it relates to contemporary music. Coursework is designed to provide collaborative music-making experiences and support the creation of original music. The Music department offers over 20 ensembles in a variety of genres including Jazz, R&B, Latin, Hip Hop, Gospel, and Pop Rock. The department supports an artist in residence program which has featured such artists as Donny McCaslin and Cory Henry. Contact: Penny Rajczyk, Suite 301, 600 South Michigan Avenue, 312-369-6853, [email protected] Undergraduate deadline: 1/14. Undergraduate tuition: $26,610. Degrees: BA, BMUS Performance and Composition. Graduate deadline: 1/14. Graduate tuition: $67,337. Graduate degrees: Music Composition for the Screen. 350 music majors, 22 graduate students, 65 faculty, 6,769 total enrollment. 15 bands, 4 jazz bands, 2 chor.
https://www.colum.edu/academics/ programs/music

DePaul University (Chicago)


For over 100 years, the DePaul School of Music has been dedicated to excellence in music teaching and performance with a distinguished faculty including members of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Lyric Opera of Chicago, and Chicago’s thriving jazz scene. The school opened its new 185,000-square-foot Holtschneider Perfor-mance Center in 2018 and the Sasha and Eugene Jarvis Opera Hall in 2020. Contact: Ross Beacraft, 804 W. Belden Ave., 773-325-7444, [email protected] Deadline: 12/1. Tuition: Master’s Degree $21,912; Certificate Program $16434 Degrees: 1,2,4,9,10,13, BA in music. Graduate deadline: 12/1. Grad. degrees: 1,2,4,9. 220 music majors, 140 graduate students, 120 faculty, 23,110 enrollment. 3 bands,4 jazz bands, 3 orch., 2 chor.
music.depaul.edu

Elmhurst College (Elmhurst). Elmhurst College’s internationally renowned music department offers exceptional opportunities for students interested in the serious study of music. Our faculty includes members of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Symphony Chorus, Lyric Opera, and national recording artists and award winners. Degrees: 1-4,9,11. Contact: 630-617-3524, [email protected] 220 music majors, 50 faculty, 3,400 total enroll. 3 bands, 2 jazz bands, 2 orch., 2 chor.

Illinois State University (Normal). Illinois State University School of Music provides individualized attention providing large university opportunities in a small school environment, placing the learner at the center of teaching and research. Education and development beyond the classroom cultivates the appreciation of lifelong learning in all music students at Illinois State University. Contact: Christine Hansen, Campus Box 5660, 309-438-7631, [email protected] Degrees: 1-5,8,9. Graduate Deadline: 7/15. Degrees: 1,3,4,6,7. 383 music majors, 60 grad. students, 56 faculty, 20,635 total enroll. 5 bands, 2 jazz bands, 1 orch., 5 chor.

Illinois Wesleyan University (Bloomington). Nationally recognized for its musical and academic excellence, IWU launches graduates into a wide variety of successful and meaningful careers throughout the industry. IWU students receive rigorous professional training by a fully accredited school of music (NASM) providing them unique opportunities to explore careers as performers, educators, and scholars. Contact: Laura Dolan, 1312 N Park St., 309-556-3063, [email protected] Deadline: rolling. Tuition: $52,308 Degrees: 1,2,12. 125 music majors, 56 faculty, 1,750 total enrollment. 2 bands, 2 jazz bands, 1 orch., 2 chor.

Millikin University (Decatur). Our faculty will show that dreams and reality are not so far apart, as the faculty will play alongside students. Contact: Brynn Kickle, 1184 West Main Street, 217-424-6300, [email protected] Deadline: rolling. Deg: 1,2,11. 291 music majors, 57 faculty, 1,950 total enroll. 2 bands, 4 jazz bands, 1 orch., 7 chor.

North Central College (Naperville). North Central College is an independent, comprehensive college of the liberal arts and sciences and is committed to academic excellence; a climate that emphasizes leadership, ethics, values, and service; a curriculum that balances job-related knowledge with a liberal arts foundation; and a caring environment with small classes. Contact: Ashley Chubirka, 30 N. Brainard St., 630-637-5800, [email protected] Degrees: 1,2,9,12. 90 music majors, 46 faculty, 3,000 total enrollment.

North Park University (Chicago). North Park University has been educating students in the art of music for over 125 years. Students benefit from a fully renovated music facility and esteemed professional faculty from the Chicagoland area. North Park students participate in weekly off-campus programming and reap the benefits of the city’s most prestigious establishments Contact: Erin Matone, Assistant Director of School of Music, Art, and Theatre Recruitment, 3225 W. Foster Avenue, 773-244-4583, [email protected] Undergraduate deadline: rolling. Tuition: $32,380. Undergraduate degrees: 2,4,9. Graduate Deadline: rolling. Tuition: $15,660. Graduate degrees: 1, collaborative piano. 60 music majors, 15 graduate students, 45 faculty, 2,865 total enrollment. 1 band, 1 jazz band, 1 orch., 5 choirs.

Northeastern Illinois University (Chicago). A leader in K-12 teacher training and education, Northeastern’s music program places a significant emphasis on individual musicianship and performance preparedness. Contact: Sasha Gerritson, 5500 N. St. Louis Ave., 773-442-5906, email: [email protected] Undergrad-uate degrees: 1,2. Grad. degrees: Applied Music Pedagogy. 99 music majors, 30 graduate students, 45 faculty, 8,438 total enrollment. 1 band, 2 jazz bands, 1 orch., 2 chor.

Northern Illinois University (DeKalb). Our renowned faculty is dedicated to supporting students obtain their full potential as music artists, educators, and scholars and our location one hour west of Chicago affords our students unparalleled additional cultural resources. Students perform in a wide range of ensembles: jazz, orchestra, winds, choirs, steel band and World Music. Graduate in-residence programs for string quartet. Contact: Lynn Slater, School of Music, 815-753-1546, [email protected] Degrees: 1,2,4,9,13. Graduate degrees: 1-4,6,9,13. 200 music majors, 80 graduate students, 60 faculty, 18,500 total enrollment. 3 bands, 3 jazz bands, 1 orch., 3 chor.

Northwestern University, Bienen School of Music (Evanston). Northwestern University’s Bienen School of Music combines a nationally ranked music program of conservatory-level intensity with the academic rigor and scholarly resources found only at a world-class private research university. Undergraduates may pursue dual or double degree programs, self-designed degree programs, and traditional degrees. Contact: Laura Sauer, 70 Arts Circle Drive, 847-491-3141, [email protected] Undergraduate deadline: 12/1. Tuition: $60,276. Undergraduate degrees: 1-5,9. Graduate deadline: 12/1. Tuition: $56,907. Graduate degrees: 1-6,9. 400 music majors, 200 graduate students, 125 faculty, 8,300 undergraduate enrollment. 3 bands, 1 jazz band, 3 orch., 5 chor.

Roosevelt University, Chicago College of Performing Arts (Chicago). Bringing together professional programs in music and theatre within the context of one of the world’s greatest cultural cities. Contact: Fred Peterbark, 430 S. Michigan Ave., #924, 312-341-6735, [email protected] Degrees: 1,2,4,9,12. Graduate degrees: 1,4,10. 138 music majors, 106 graduate students, 100 faculty, 2500 total enrollment. 1 band, 10 jazz bands, 3 orch., 3 chor.

Saint Xavier University (Chicago). The Music Department is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music. SXU Music students benefit from small class sizes creating ample one on one time with Professors of Music. Students have the ability to perform in many ensembles. SXU is located within Chicago’s vibrant music scene. Contact: Jason Thompson, 3700 W. 103rd St., 844-468-6798, [email protected] Degrees: 1,2, (Performance-Jazz Emphasis, BA in Music). 32 music majors, 20 faculty, 3,896 total enrollment. 5 bands, 5 jazz bands, 3 chor.

University of Illinois at Chicago (Chicago). At UIC, we are interested in the musical backgrounds and passions you can bring to our program as well as the extent of your formal training, whatever that may be. We recognize that there are many paths to music study. The Department of Music emphasizes skills and knowledge that are fundamental to the entire discipline. We are committed to teaching and training individuals for careers in music, many of the program’s graduates find employment as performers, teachers, or composers in a wide variety of settings. Others pursue advanced degrees in music. Contact: Ben Kenis, 1040 W. Harrison St, 312-355-1735, [email protected] Undergraduate deadline: 2/1. Undergraduate tuition: $18,178 res., $32,528 non-res. Undergraduate Degrees: 1,9,11. 100 music majors, 50 faculty, 22,000 total enrollment. 2 bands, 4 jazz bands, 1 orch., 3 chor.

University of Illinois (Urbana-Cham-paign). Located on the campus of one of the world’s leading research universities, the University of Illinois School of Music is a center for creativity and collaboration through performance, research, and education. Programs include classical music studies, jazz, education, musicology, composition, technology, and production. Contact: Angela Tammen, 1114 W. Nevada St., 217-244-7899, [email protected] Undergraduate deadline 1/5, early action: 11/1. Tuition: $13,858 res., $31,308 non-res. Undergraduate degrees: 1,2,4,5,9,11,12, Music Technology, Computer Sciences and Music, Open Studies. Graduate deadline: 12/1. Tuition: $13,176 res., $28,464 non-res. Graduate degrees: 1,2,4,5,6,7,9, vocal coaching and accompanying, piano pedagogy. 400 music majors, 300 grad. students, 90 faculty, 33,500 total enroll. 9 bands, 9 jazz bands, 3 orch., 8 chor.

VanderCook College of Music (Chicago). VanderCook College of Music is the only degree-granting institution in America dedicated solely to preparing band, choral, string, and general music teachers. For over 100 years, VanderCook has offered comprehensive, practical, and affordable graduate and undergraduate music education degree programs. Continuing education also available. Continuing education also available. Contact: Cindy Tovar, 3140 S. Federal St., 312-788-1120, [email protected] Deadline: Rolling. Degree: 2. 90 music majors, 35 faculty, 90 total enrollment. Graduate deadline: Rolling. Degree: 2. 20 grad. students, 33 faculty. 2 bands, 1 jazz band, 1 orch., 2 chor.


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Indiana
Anderson University (Anderson). Anderson University’s School of Music, Theatre, and Dance offers a comprehensive academic experience and rich variety of opportunities to compose and perform. Music education graduates have 100% job placement since 2011. Through Orangehaus Records and Publishing students experience the business of music, from developing projects to running the recording studio. Contact: Michelle Holmes, 1100 E. 5th St., 765-641-4543, [email protected] Deadline: 3/5. Tuition: $32260. Degrees: 1-5,7,11-13, songwriting, audio forensics, theatre, dance. Graduate tuition: $400/cr. Graduate degrees: 2. 110 music majors, 30 grad students, 10 faculty, 1,600 total enrollment. 3 bands, 2 jazz bands, 1 orch., 4 chor.

Ball State University (Muncie). Ball State University’s School of Music serves approximately 400 undergraduate majors and 100 graduate students, taught by more than 70 accomplished music professors. It is known for its innovative programs, new music activities, a wide and varied performance program, and national leadership in music education. The school offers courses in six distinct program areas for highly talented and motivated students who have the opportunity to perform in enriching and award-winning ensembles and work with internationally renowned guest artists. Undergraduate degrees in music education, music performance, music media production, and jazz studies are offered. Contact: Peter Opie, 2000 W. University Ave., 765-285-5400, [email protected] Undergraduate deadline: 1/1. Undergraduate degrees: 1,2,9,11, 13. Undergraduate tuition: $8,284 res., $25,518 non-res. Graduate deadline: 3/1. Graduate degrees: 1-7,9. 400 music majors, 100 grad students, 70 faculty, 15,529 total enrollment. 5 bands, 3 jazz bands, 2 orch., 6 chor.

Bethel University (Mishawaka)



The music department has a 99% placement rate for music education graduates, 1998-2019. Bethel is a Christ-centered, NASM accredited institution striving to bring each student to an understanding of the pedagogical, historical, and theoretical as­pects of musical performance, while also striving for the highest levels of technical and artistic performance. Contact: Stephanie Hochstetler, 1001 Bethel Circle, 574-807-7575, [email protected] Deadline: May 2022 Degrees: 1,2, music (general).Tuition: $30,270. 18 music majors, 3 faculty, 1339 total enrollment 1 band, 2 jazz bands, 1 orch., 2 chor.
www.betheluniversity.edu/music

Butler University (Indianapolis). As a musician at Butler University, you can easily pursue a double major, study abroad, complete research, or teach in the Community Arts School. Our flexible curriculum affords you the opportunity to achieve more, and shape a course of study that’s about reaching your career goals and pursuing your passions. Contact: Courtney Trachsel, 4600 Sunset Ave., 317-940-9065, [email protected] Deadline: 11/1. Undergraduate Degrees: 1,2,4,9,10. Graduate Degrees: 1,2,4,5,6; Piano Pedagogy. 200 music majors, 40 graduate students, 45 faculty, 5,095 total enrollment. 2 band, 2 jazz bands, 1 orch., 3 chor.

DePauw University (Greencastle). The DePauw University School of Music provides an excellent musical and intellectual foundation that prepares undergraduate musicians to be adaptive leaders, equipped to actively engage their communities and pursue a breadth of career paths. Contact: George Palton, 204 E. Seminary Street, 765-658-4118, [email protected] Deadline: 2/1. Tuition: $53,816. Deg: 1,2,9,12 Bachelor of Musical Arts. 100 music majors, 20 faculty, 2,000 total enrollment. 2 bands, 1 jazz band, 1 orch., 3 chor., chamber ensembles.

Indiana University, Jacobs School of Music (Bloomington). For nearly a century, we have been known for our excellence in performance, artistry, and collaboration – but most of all, for our belief in the inherent value of a creative life. We have helped launch the careers of countless performers, scholars, and music educators who have become leaders around the globe. Our more than 1,500 students come from all 50 states and as many as 55 countries. Each one benefits from the intensity and focus of a world-class conservatory combined with the broad academic offerings of a major university. Contact: Espen Jensen, 1201 E. 3rd St., 812-855-7998, [email protected] Undergraduate deadline: 11/1. Undergraduate tuition: $9,912 res. $36,932 non-res. Undergraduate degrees: 1-6,9,13. Graduate deadline: 12/1. Graduate tuition: $11,863 res. $29,446 non-res. Graduate degrees: 1-7,9,13. 1,600 music students, 210 music faculty. 3 bands, 4 jazz bands, 6 orch., 9 chor.

Indiana Wesleyan University (Marion). The IWU Division of Music is committed to preparing students with courses in liberal arts, applied instruments, theory, history, conducting, instrumental techniques, piano skills, and composition, as well as offering a variety of vocal and instrumental ensemble opportunities. IWU is a Christ-centered institution. Contact: Michael Flanagin, 4201 South Washington St., 765-677-2564, email: [email protected] Deadline 3/1. Tuition: $28,960. Degrees: 1,2,4,8, applied Music, Worship Studies/Music Ministry. 140 music majors, 15 faculty, 2,600 total enrollment. 3 bands, 2 jazz bands, 1 orch., 4 chor.

University of Notre Dame (Notre Dame)

The Band of the Fighting Irish is comprised of students from across the U.S. and overseas, enrolled in every field of study at the University. We also welcome students from Saint Mary’s College and Holy Cross College. Notre Dame meets the financial needs of every student. Contact: Shelley Way, 100 Ricci Band Rehearsal Hall, 574-631-7136, [email protected] Deadline: 1/1. Marching band, 3 bands, 11 section ensembles, 3 jazz bands.
www.ndband.com

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Iowa
Cornell College (Mount Vernon). At Cornell College, explore performance, theory, composition, and history within the framework of a broad liberal arts education. Participate in an active community of music majors, non-majors who value music as an avocation, and professional teaching musicians. Contact: Evelyn Rush, 701 First Street NW, 319-895-5240, [email protected] Deadline: 2/1. Tuition: $47,000. Degrees: 1,2,4,5,8,12. 1,000 total enrollment. 2 bands, 1 jazz band, 1 orchestra, 1 chorus.

Iowa State University (Ames). Professional studies for students who wish to prepare for careers in music education, performance, and composition. Courses in music literature, theory, areas of performance, and string ensembles. Contact: Kevin Judge, 2427 Union Drive, 515-294-3345, [email protected] Deadline: 2/8. Degrees: 1,2,4. 130 music majors, 36 faculty, 36,000 total enrollment. 8 bands, 2 jazz bands, 2 orch., 4 chor.

University of Northern Iowa (Cedar Falls). The UNI School of Music is regarded as one of the finest music programs in the Midwest and is NASM accredited. Students interested in majoring in music or participating in music ensembles will be excited to find exceptional faculty, innovative programs and state-of-the-art facilities at an affordable price. Contact: Caroline Francis, 115 Russell Hall, 319-273-2024, [email protected] Deadline: rolling. Tuition: $7,780 res., $18,480 non-res. Degrees: 1-6,9-11,13. Graduate deadline: rolling. Graduate tuition: $9,296 res., $19,928 non-res. Degrees 1-6,9. 300 music majors, 50 grad. students, 60 faculty, 10,000 total enrollment. 3 bands, 3 jazz bands, 1 orch., 5 chor.

Kansas
Kansas State University (Manhattan). The Kansas State University School of Music, Theatre, and Dance offers undergraduate degrees in Music Education, Performance, Composition and graduate Degrees in Music Education, Performance, Conducting, Keyboard Pedagogy, Composition, Music History. Undergraduate scholarships and out-of-state tuition reductions available. Competitive graduate teaching assistantship stipends and full tuition waivers. Audition information can be found at our website. Questions? Email us at [email protected].edu or call 785-532-3800.

Pittsburg State University (Pittsburg) is a comprehensive, regional institution in the southeast corner of Kansas. The music program offers BA, BM, BME, and MM degrees, with many areas of specialty. The school is a member of NASM. Contact: Susan Marchant, 1701 S. Broadway, 620-235-4466, [email protected] Undergraduate degrees: 1,2. Graduate degrees: 1,2,6. 115 music majors, 15 graduate students, 20 faculty, 6,600 total enrollment. 2 bands, 2 jazz bands, 2 orch., 3 chor.

University of Kansas (Lawrence). The School of Music at the University of Kansas offers an array of programs of study at the bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral levels and contributes to the arts community through student, faculty and visiting artist performances. Contact: School of Music, 1530 Naismith Drive, Room 460, 785-864-3436, [email protected] Undergrad-uate degrees: 1-9. Graduate deadline: 12/1. Graduate degrees: 1-9. 267 music majors, 204 graduate students, 70 faculty, 20,000 total enrollment. 4 bands, 9 jazz bands, 1 orchestra, 7 chor.

Kentucky
Asbury University (Wilmore). Asbury University is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Music. Music faculty help students gain a high level of performance proficiency, a firm theoretical and historical foundation, a solid preparation for a music career and/or graduate study, with a fusion of Christian faith and practice. Contact: Glen Flanigan, 1 Macklem Dr., 859-856-3511, [email protected] Deadline: rolling. Tuition: $32,084. Degrees: 1,2,4,5,7. 40 music majors, 19 faculty, 1,956 total enrollment. 1 band, 1 jazz band, 1 orch., 3 chor.

Murray State University (Murray). Our department has been a member of the National Association of Schools of Music since 1936 and has a long and outstanding tradition of excellence. Within this academic framework our department provides a comprehensive music education for the aspiring professional teacher, performer and composer. Contact: Lucia Unrau, 504 Fine Arts, 270-809-4228, [email protected] Undergraduate deadline: 12/1. Undergraduate tuition: $9,168 res., $24,792 non-res. Degrees: 1,2,4,10,11,12. Graduate deadline: rolling. Grad. tuition: $544/hr res., $9,466 non-res. 250 music majors, 5 graduate students, 29 faculty, 9,466 total enrollment. 5 bands, 3 jazz bands, 1 orch., 4 chor.

University of Kentucky (Lexington). The UK School of Music develops the musicianship of undergraduates and graduates through the acquisition of comprehensive theoretical and historical foundations, performance skills, and aesthetic understanding. The School of Music is the center for musical study and performance and a model musical environment for the Commonwealth of Kentucky. 105 Fine Arts Building, 859-257-2047, [email protected] Degrees: 1,2,10. Graduate degrees: 1-8,10. 400 music majors undergraduate and graduate students combined, 70 faculty, 30,000 total enroll. 4 bands, 3 jazz bands, 2 orch., 8 chor.

Western Kentucky University (Bowling Green) The WKU Department of Music promotes the study and experience of music in its broadest sense: preparing artist teachers and performers, enhancing creativity and the human spirit, and enriching the quality of life on campus, in the region, and in our global community. Contact: Jace Lux, 1906 College Heights Blvd., 270-745-2551, [email protected] Undergraduate degrees: 1,2, Liberal Arts in Music, Music Minor. Grad. degrees: 2,6, Pedagogy. 180 music majors, 20 grad. students, 40 faculty, 20,000 total enrollment. 6 bands, 1 jazz band, 1 orch., 6 chor.

Louisiana
University of Louisiana (Monroe). VAPA programs are designed to develop your expertise, challenge your creativity, and fuel your passion for the arts! The Music Program, an accredited member of the National Association of Schools of Music, offers the Bachelor of Music, Bachelor of Arts in Music, and Master of Music Education degrees. Contact: Derle Long, 700 University Ave., 318-342-5430, [email protected] Undergraduate deadline: 12/1. Undergraduate tuition: $9,058 res., $21,158 non-res. Undergrad-uate degrees: 1-4. Graduate deadline: 4/1. Graduate degrees: 2. Graduate tuition: $9,776 res. $21,876 non-res. 74 music majors, 12 graduate students, 22 faculty, 9,000 total enrollment. 4 bands, 1 jazz band, 5 chor.

Maine
University of Maine (Orono). UMaine, within the School of Performing Arts, offers the future and present music educators of our state and region degree programs at the bachelor’s and master’s levels. We also offer programs concentrating in Performance and general B.A. in music and a B.A. with a concentration in jazz. Contact: Elizabeth Downing, Heritage House, 207-581-1558, [email protected] Undergraduate degrees: 1,2. Graduate deadline: 2/1. Graduate degrees: 1,2. 100 music majors, 12 graduate students, 14 faculty, 10,000 total enrollment. 4 bands, 2 jazz bands, 1 orch., 4 chor.

University of Southern Maine (Gorham). Excellence is the hallmark of the School of Music, offering a personalized and opportunity-based approach to educating University musicians, featuring a faculty of distinguished performers and scholars. Offering degrees in music performance, music education, composition, jazz studies, piano pedagogy, musical theatre, and conducting at both the undergraduate and graduate level. Contact: Christenia Alden-Kinne, 37 College Ave., 207-780-5265, [email protected] Undergrad. degrees: 1,2,4,9,12, BA-music. Graduate Degrees: 1,2,4,6,9, MM-pedagogy. 140 music majors, 25 graduate students, 10 faculty, 8140 total enrollment. 2 bands, 1 jazz band, 1 orch., 2 chor.

Maryland
Peabody Conservatory of The Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore). At the Peabody Conservatory, we are a community of artists – cultivating excellence, embracing new ideas, and committed to the future of music in our world. At Peabody, you will learn what it means to be a modern artist, ready to take your place in the world and shape the future with sound. Contact: John Huling, 1 E. Mt. Vernon Pl., [email protected], 667-208-6600. Undergraduate deadline: 12/1. Undergraduate tuition: $56,313. Undergraduate degrees: 1,2,4,9,13. Graduate deadline: 12/1. Grad. tuition: $56,313. Graduate degrees: 1-6,9,13. 383 music majors, 382 graduate students, 180 faculty, 765 total enrollment. 1 band, 2 jazz bands, 5 orch., 2 chor.

University of Maryland Baltimore County (Baltimore). Our extensive performance opportunities give students the chance to shine, while our low student-to-teacher ratio ensures a personalized educational experience. Contact: Farzana Islam, 1000 Hilltop Cir., 410-455-2942, [email protected] Deadline: 2/1. Degrees: 1,2, 4,5,9,13. 150 music majors, 14 full-time, 32 part-time faculty, 13,637 total enrollment. 1 band, 3 jazz bands, 1 orch., 2 chor.

University of Maryland (College Park). At the University of Maryland you will find the personal attention of an elite School of Music alongside the wealth of experiences only available at a public research institution. Contact: Jenny Lang, 8115 Alumni Drive, 2110 Clarice Smith Center, 301-405-8435, [email protected] Undergrad degrees: 1-4,9. Graduate degrees: 1-6,9. 200 music majors, 215 graduate students, 100 faculty, 28,000 total enrollment. 4 bands, 3 jazz bands, 2 orch., 4 chor.

Massachusetts
Boston Conservatory at Berklee (Boston). Boston Conservatory at Berklee is reimaging, what a conservatory education should be for today’s performing artists. Contact: Zachary Sahms, 8 Fenway, 617-912-9153, [email protected] Deadline: 1/15. Degrees: 1,4,12. Graduate degrees: 1,2, 4,6,12. 223 music majors, 186 graduate students, 114 faculty, total enrollment 659. 3 bands, 3 orch., 4 chor.

Bridgewater State University (Bridgewater). With easy public transportation to Boston, Bridgewater State University provides exciting opportunities for music performance and education for both music majors and non-majors within a challenging and supportive setting, including a wide range of performance opportunities spanning several genres and styles. Contact: Donald Running, 45 Plymouth St, 508-531-1377, [email protected] Deadline: 2/15. Tuition: $11,267 res., $17,417 non-res. Degrees: 1,2,8,9. Grad. deadline: 4/1. Tuition: $459.96/cr. Degree: 2. 50 music majors, 15 grad. students, 30 faculty, 9,000 total enrollment. 2 band, 1 jazz band, 1 orch., 4 chor.

Gordon College (Wenham). The Gordon College Department of Music graduates musicians fully equipped for success in today’s ever-changing world. Each music degree program combines a performance-oriented, nationally accredited education with real-world experience in a Christian liberal arts setting. Unique faculty mentoring opportunities cultivate young musicians with the knowledge and skill for global impact. Contact: Cordelia Schirer-Suter, 255 Grapevine Rd., 978-867-4273, [email protected] Degrees: 1,2,4,7. Degree: 2. 75 music majors, 39 graduate students, 35 faculty, 1,642 total enrollment. 1 band, 1 jazz band, 1 orch., 3 chor.

Longy School of Music of Bard College (Cambridge) Study in vibrant Harvard Square – or Los Angeles. The new Master of Music in Music Education (MM/ME) program at our Cambridge campus and our Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) in LA lead to Massachusetts and California teacher certification in one year - preparing leaders to foster social justice in urban schools. Contact: Tyler Reece, 27 Garden Street, 617-831-1790, [email protected] Undergraduate degrees: 1,2,4. Graduate degrees: 1,2,4,9. 39 music majors, 231 graduate students 128 faculty, 270 total enrollment. 2 band, 1 jazz band, 2 orch., 3 chor.

New England Conservatory (Boston). NEC is a premier conservatory that values exploration and collaboration. Our students are mentored by a devoted faculty of esteemed artist-teachers and scholars. Our alumni fill orchestra chairs, concert halls, jazz clubs, recording studios, and arts management positions worldwide. Nearly half of the Boston Symphony Orchestra faculty are NEC alumni/faculty. 290 Huntington Ave., 617-585-1101, [email protected] Deadline: 1/1. Degrees: 1,4,9; Contem­porary Improvisation. Graduate deadline: 1/1. Graduate degrees: 1,3,4,5,9; Con­temporary Im­prov­isation. 400 music ma­jors, 375 graduate students, 230 music faculty, 400 total undergrad. enrollment. 2 bands, 30 jazz bands, 4 orch., 2 chor.

University of Massachusetts (Amherst)


The Department of Music and Dance offers outstanding educational opportunities leading to performance and teaching careers within a diverse university setting. As a close-knit community within a large campus, music students experience conservatory-quality training at the flagship campus of the University of Massachusetts. Contact: Nathaniel Gowen, 151 President Dr., 413-545-6048, [email protected] Undergraduate Deadlines: 1/15. Undergraduate degrees: 1-5,9. Graduate Deadline: 12/1. Graduate Degrees: 1-6,9. 200 music majors, 50 graduate students, 45 faculty, 23,000 total enrollment. 4 bands, 6 jazz bands, 3 orch., 5 chor., 15 chamber/studio ensembles.
www.umass.edu/music

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Michigan
Eastern Michigan University (Ypsilanti). EMU School of Music & Dance offers undergrad and grad degrees, including music education, music therapy, performance, collaborative piano, piano pedagogy, and dance within a strong liberal arts tradition. A major university with small classes taught by professors. Lots of performance opportunities, world-class faculty. Afford­able education; instate for Ohio. Contact: Donald Babcock, N101 Alexander, 734-487-4380, [email protected] Undergraduate degrees: 1,2,8,10, BA, minor. Degrees: 1,2,4,10, piano pedagogy, collaborative piano. 295 music students, 50 grad. students, 60 faculty, 22,000 enrollment. 5 bands, 2 jazz bands, 1 orch., 4 chor.

Grand Valley State University (Allendale) is a comprehensive, four-year public institution located near Grand Rapids, Michigan, that has established a reputation for preparing its more than 25,000 students to excel in virtually every field. GVSU’s liberal education focus emphasizes critical thinking, creative problem solving, and cultural understanding – preparing students for life in a fast-changing world. Contact: Caitlin Cusack, 1 Campus Dr., 1300 Performing Arts Center, 616-331-3484, [email protected] Degrees: 1,2. 200 music majors, 57 faculty, 25,325 total enrollment. 4 bands, 1 jazz band, 2 orch., 4 chor.

Michigan State University (East Lansing). The College of Music prepares students to become world-class musicians within the setting of a major Big Ten university. Our world-renowned faculty help our students discover new worlds of expression and develop a creative style that is uniquely their own. We offer a wide range of performance opportunities and scholarly activities. 333 W. Circle Dr., 517-432-2140, [email protected] Undergraduate degrees: 1,2,3,9, BA in Music (General). Graduate degrees: 1-6,8. 550 music majors, 250 graduate students, 70 faculty, 50,000 total enrollment. 6 bands, 3 jazz bands, 2 orch., 8 chor.

Northern Michigan University (Marquette). The Department of Music in the NMU School of Music, Theatre, and Dance offers three different majors to suit a variety of interests and objectives. Music students at NMU have the opportunity to work closely with outstanding faculty, perform in a wide range of ensembles in top-notch facilities, and enjoy the vibrant arts scene and the beautiful landscapes of Marquette and the Upper Peninsula. Our students graduate with a solid understanding of music theory, history, and pedagogy, and they develop practical skills and cultivate relationships that help them build rewarding careers. Contact: Gerri Daniels, 1401 Presque Isle Avenue, 906-227-2650, [email protected] Undergraduate deadline: rolling. Undergraduate tuition: $11,255 res., $16,751 non-res. Undergraduate degrees: 2,11, Music BA/BS. 50 music majors, 10 faculty, 8,000 total enrollment. 4 bands, 1 jazz bands, 1 orch., 3 chor.

University of Michigan (Ann Arbor). Music and performing arts careers are as diverse as the students we serve. That’s why SMTD is revolutionizing the way performing arts students prepare. We boast one of the nation’s most robust career planning and entrepreneurship programs for the performing arts – EXCEL (Excellence in Entrepreneurship, Career Empowerment & Leadership) – which includes generous funding for student ventures. We also offer a rich variety of Community Engagement programs across multiple disciplines, providing students with hands-on work experience. SMTD is empowering students to embrace a brave new world of career possibilities, and to live a fulfilling and creative life, made possible by an exceptional education. Contact: Brian Igoe, 1100 Baits Drive room 2290, 734-764-0593, [email protected] Deadline: 12/1. Tuition: $16,178 res., $53,232 non-res. Undergraduate degrees: 1-5,9,12,13. Graduate Deadline: 12/1. Tuition: $25,230 res., $50,646 non-res. Grad. degrees: 1-7,9,13. 837 music majors, 266 graduate students, 125 faculty, total enrollment 47,900. 4 bands, 2 jazz bands, 5 orch., 6 chor.
http://smtd.umich.edu

Western Michigan University (Kalamazoo) is dedicated to the advancement of the musical arts through traditional study and performance, while promoting the development of new musical paths, preparing students for an ever-changing profession. Contact: Music Advising, 1903 W. Michigan Ave., 269-387-4672, [email protected] Undergrad. degrees: 1,2,4,8,9,12,13. Graduate degrees: 1,4,6,8. 480 music majors, 80 graduate students, 45 faculty, 22,562 total enrollment. 3 bands, 3 jazz bands, 1 orch., 5 chor.

Minnesota
St. Cloud State University (St. Cloud). At St Cloud State University’s nationally accredited music department, students have the opportunity to craft their musicianship through performance in ensembles and private lessons with skilled and accessible teachers, expand their creativity in composition courses, explore the world of digital arts through new media courses, and find the inspiration to become one of the next generation of outstanding music educators. Contact: 720 4th Ave South, 320-308-2244, [email protected] Undergraduate deadline: 8/1. Undergrad-uate degrees: 1,2,4. 55 music majors, 8 faculty, 12,600 total enrollment. 2 bands, 1 orch., 4 chor.

St. Olaf College (Northfield) offers renowned performance opportunities and a comprehensive music curriculum within an academically rigorous liberal arts setting. Both BA and BM degrees are offered, with BM majors in performance, theory/composition, music education, church music. St. Olaf’s nationally ranked programs in math and natural sciences also attract talented non-music major participants. 1520 St. Olaf Ave., 507-786-3297, [email protected] Degrees: 1-5,7, BA in music. 275 music majors, 60 faculty, 3,000 enroll. 2 bands, 3 jazz bands, 2 orch., 8 chor.

Southwest Minnesota State University (Marshall). SMSU is a 4-year liberal arts college in southwest Minnesota. The university offers many undergraduate degrees including a Bachelor of Arts in Music and a Bachelor of Science in Music Education. Emphases include performance, theory/composition, management, and Music in the Liberal Arts as well as instrumental and choral music education. Contact: John Ginocchio, 1501 State Street, 507-537-7209, [email protected] Degrees: 1,2,4,11. 30 music majors, 3 music faculty, 2,500 total enroll. 3 bands, 1 jazz band, 1 orch., 3 chor.

University of Minnesota (Duluth). The Department of Music at UMD is a vibrant and artistic learning environment with outstanding faculty members who provide students with a comprehensive music education in music, preparing them for employment and enriching their lives through their study of music. Contact: Dee Charles, 31 W. College St., #206, 218-726-7890, [email protected] Undergrad-uate Degrees: 1-4,9, Bachelor of Music, Bachelor of Arts, Music Minor. Graduate Degrees: 1,2,6, Instrumental, Vocal, Collaborative Piano. 160 music majors, 18 graduate students, 40 faculty, 9,239 total enrollment. 4 bands, 4 jazz bands, 3 orch., 5 chor.

University of Minnesota (Minneapolis). At the University of Minnesota School of Music, you will have the opportunity to enjoy the many advantages of a premier research University and vibrant metropolitan arts scene while also benefitting from the welcoming atmosphere created by our small cohort of faculty and students, gaining a truly world-class education. Contact: Anabel Njoes, 2106 4th Street South, 612-624-2847, [email protected]: Undergraduate Degrees: 1,2,8, BA in Music. Degrees: 1-6,8, Collaborative Piano. 250 music majors, 80 faculty, 30,000 total enrollment. 5 bands, 5 jazz bands, 2 orch., 5 chor.

University of St. Thomas (St. Paul)


We are Minnesota’s largest private university with over 10,000 students committed to the common good. We have a renowned faculty of progressive artists and practitioners leading undergraduate studies and graduate programs for educators. Ensembles welcome all and provide academic credit. Scholarships are based on performance and academic achievement. Contact: Dept of Music, 2115 Summit Avenue, BEC 112, 651-962-5850, [email protected] Undergraduate tuition: $47,274. Undergraduate degrees: 1,2,4,7,11,13. Graduate degrees: 2. 80 music majors, 125 graduate students, 50 faculty, 10,000 total enrollment. 4 bands, 1 jazz band, 1 orch., 6 chor.
link.stthomas.edu/music

Missouri
Central Methodist University, Swinney Conservatory of Music (Fayette). CMU focuses on working with students as they develop into professional musicians and music educators. We offer a variety of performance and learning experiences on our historic campus and help students connect with their future. Contact: Lucas Willsie, 411 Central Methodist Square, 660-248-3391, [email protected] Undergraduate deadline: rolling. Undergraduate degrees: 1,2,7. Graduate deadline: rolling. Graduate degree: 2. 70 music majors, 20 grad. students, 18 music faculty, 1,150 total enrollment. 2 bands, 1 jazz band, 2 chor.

Northwest Missouri State University (Maryville). A mid-sized University focused on student success and providing students with hands-on opportunities to be career ready, day one. Contact: Kathryn Strickland, 800 University Drive, 660-562-1326, [email protected] Undergrad-uate deadline: rolling. Undergraduate tuition: varies, in state tuition available for all out of state students. Undergraduate degrees: 2, BA in Music with emphasis in business, wellness, or audio production. 100 music majors, 11 music faculty, 7,000 total enrollment. 5 bands, 2 jazz bands, 3 chor. [email protected]

Truman State University (Kirksville). Truman’s success as one of the nation’s premier public liberal arts and sciences institutions can be traced to one guiding principle: an unwavering commitment to the student. Like you, we’re unique. We’re a different kind of public university with a different kind of liberal arts and sciences curriculum. This is where rigorous academics meets a close-knit and accepting campus culture. Where intellectually curious students find active learning environments, and where dynamic faculty develop the next generation of problem solvers and leaders. 100 E. Normal Avenue, 660-785-4114, [email protected] Deadline: 12/1. Undergraduate degrees: 1,3,4,8. Graduate deadlines: 11/1, 4/1, 6/1. Graduate degrees: 1-6. 100 music majors, 29 graduate students, 22 faculty, 4,700 total enrollment. 3 bands, 2 jazz bands, 1 orch., 3 chor.

University of Central Missouri (Warrensburg)


Building on a 150-year tradition of training high quality performers and music educators, UCM Music also offers one of the finest music technology programs in the nation. With small classes taught by renowned faculty and excellent job placement rates, our students graduate ready to succeed in music today and tomorrow. Contact: Eric Honour, PO Box 800, 660-543-4530, [email protected] Deadline: None (March 1 for scholarship consideration.) Undergraduate tuition: $8,310 res. and bordering states, non-res. $14,256. Degrees: 1,2,9,12,13. Deadline: None (March 1 for scholarship consideration.) Grad. tuition: $7,508 res. and bordering states, $12,589 non-res. Grad. degrees: 1,2,4,5,6,9,13. 225 music majors, 25 grad. students, 31 faculty, 11,229 total enrollment. 3 bands, 2, jazz bands, 1 orch., 2 chor.
www.ucmo.edu/music

University of Missouri (Columbia). Boasting a new music building opened in 2020, the MU School of Music offers professionally oriented bachelor’s degrees in performance, composition, music education, music history, music theory; certificates in jazz studies and music entrepreneurship; a bachelor of arts degree in music; and a music minor. Con­tact: Ben Harting, 150 Fine Arts Building, 573-882-4471, [email protected] Undergraduate degrees: 1-6, 9,10,12. Graduate deadline: 12/1. Grad. Degrees: 1-6,9,10. 220 undergrad. music majors, 30 grad. students, 36 faculty, 30,000 total enrollment. 4 band, 2 jazz band, 1 orch. 4 chor.

University of Missouri (Kansas City). On the University of Missouri’s designated performing arts campus, the UMKC Conservatory is an educational community that advances creativity, performance, scholarship and learning in the arts. For more than a century, UMKC Conservatory has been a leader in creating the city’s cultural riches and in extending UMKC’s reach nationally and internationally. Focused upon creativity, performance, scholarship and learning in the arts, UMKC Conservatory is, at heart, a community of warm and fiercely dedicated people. Excellence, Access and Innovation are guiding principles at the UMKC Conservatory. Contact: Emma Casey, 4949 Cherry Kansas City, 816-235-2900, [email protected] Undergraduate deadline: 12/15. Undergraduate tuition: $10,400 res., $26,300 non-res. Undergraduate degrees: 1-4,8,9, Dance, Theatre. Graduate deadline: 12/1. Graduate tuition: $9,200 res., $21,800 non-res. Graduate degrees: 1-6,8,9, Theatre. 330 music majors, 220 graduate students, 100 faculty, 13,000 total enrollment. 2 bands, 1 orch.

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Nebraska
University of Nebraska (Lincoln). The Glenn Korff School of Music nurtures the creativity, artistry, and scholarship of students and faculty; educates students to achieve excellence as educators, performers, composers, and scholars; and enriches the education of all students through the study and practice of music and dance. Contact: Kristen Drennon, 1104 R Street, 113 Westbrook Music Building, 402-472-2503, [email protected] Undergraduate deadline: 5/1. Undergraduate degrees: 1,2,4, BA, BM, BME. Graduate deadline: 2/1. Graduate degrees: 1-6,9, MM, DMA, PhD. 280 music majors, 100 graduate students, 50 faculty, 25,000 total enrollment. 5 bands, 2 jazz bands, 3 orch., 7 chor.

New Hampshire
University of New Hampshire (Durham). is located in the beautiful, vibrant, and accessible seacoast area of New Hampshire, we offer programs in performance, composition, and music education. Regardless of program, our dedicated faculty strives to develop our students into the best musicians they can be. Contact: Alexis Zaricki, 30 Academic Way, 603-862-2418, [email protected] Undergrad. degrees: 1,2,4. Grad. degrees: 4-6. 115 music majors, 7 grad. students, 35 faculty, 13,000 total enrollment. 5 bands, 2 jazz bands, 1 orch., 3 chor.

New Jersey
Rutgers University, Mason Gross School of the Arts (New Brunswick). Students at Mason Gross have access to all the resources of a music conservatory situated within a nationally-ranked research university. Located just 45 minutes outside of New York City, the Mason Gross faculty boasts principals and members of the New York Philharmonic, the Philadelphia Orchestra, and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. Contact: Emalina Thompson, 33 Livingston Ave., 848-932-5269, [email protected] Undergraduate degrees: 1,2,4,9. Grad. degrees: 1-6,9. 250 music majors, 200 graduate students, 110 faculty, 36,000 total enrollment. 6 bands, 3 jazz bands, 3 orch., 4 chor.

New Jersey City University (Jersey City). NJCU’s beautiful campus is located just minutes away from New York City. The university’s close proximity to Manhattan allows students to sample New York’s cultural riches. The department of music also features a world class faculty. Contacts: Paul Robertson or Dr. Amparo Fabra, 2039 Kennedy Boulevard, 201-200-2178/2031, [email protected], [email protected] Undergraduate degrees: 1,2,11,12. Grad. degrees: 1,2,9, multiple woodwind. 160 music majors, 40 graduate students, 100 faculty.

William Paterson University (Wayne). Recently named one of the 10 best “Hidden Gem” music schools, William Paterson University’s Music Department is a great place to pursue a career in music, offering undergraduate and graduate programs in Performance, Jazz Studies, Music Education, Music and Entertainment Industries, Sound Engineering, and Popular Music. Contact: Gideon Forbes, 300 Pompton Rd., 973-720-3466, [email protected] Degrees: 1,2,9,11,13. Grad. degrees: 2,9,11. 300 music majors, 50 graduate students, 18 faculty, 11,500 total enrollment. 2 bands, 25 jazz bands, 1 orch., 4 chor

New Mexico
Eastern New Mexico University (Portales). The Eastern New Mexico University Department of Music is committed to providing development of the individual student as an artist, educated member of society and expressive human being; exceptional professional preparation; educational and aesthetic experiences for the community and region; and response to the changing needs of contemporary society. Contact: Dustin Seifert, 1500 S. Ave. K, ENMU Station 16, 575-562-2377, [email protected] Deadline: 8/1. Tuition: $6,450 res., $18,448 non-res. Degrees: 1,2,4,13. 135 music majors, 20 faculty, 6,200 total enrollment. 4 bands, 3 jazz bands, 3 chor.

University of New Mexico (Albuquerque). The University of New Mexico Department of Music strives to give each student a first-rate musical education under the guidance of our dynamic artist faculty, and a well-balanced program among the disciplines of performance, music education, theory and composition, jazz studies, string pedagogy, conducting and musicology. Contact: Michael Hix, MSC04 2570, 1 University of New Mexico, 505-277-2126, [email protected] Undergrad. degrees: 1-4,9. Grad. degrees: 1-6. 200 music majors, 100 grad. students, 65 faculty, 25,000 total enroll. 2 bands, 4 jazz bands, 2 orch., 4 chor.

New York
The College of Saint Rose (Albany). A progressive community of scholars focused on applying what they’ve learned to engage in the world around them, The College of Saint Rose offers a private, independent, coeducational college experience in a vibrant urban setting. Saint Rose combines rigorous studies with opportunities for students to meaningfully interact with their community. Contact: Sara Sirianni, 432 Western Avenue, 518-485-3383, [email protected] Undergraduate degrees: 1,2,11. 229 music majors, 59 faculty, 2,456 total enrollment. 3 bands, 3 jazz band, 2 orch. 5 chor.

Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester (Rochester) maintains the highest standards for artistry, intelligent musicianship, and scholarship and provides an outstanding faculty, broad and continuous playing experience, and innovative ap­proaches to career development. Eastman students enjoy a collaborative musical en­vironment and can earn minors or second degrees at the University of Rochester. Contact: 26 Gibbs Street, 585-274-1000, [email protected] Undergraduate degrees: 1-4,9, double major. Graduate degrees: 1,2,4-6,9, Opera, Piano Accompanying and Chamber Music. 550 music majors, 450 graduate students, 120 faculty, 1,000 total enrollment. 2 bands, 4 jazz bands, 2 orch., 4 chor.

Five Towns College (Dix Hills) Known as Long Island’s College for creative students, Five Towns College is the most affordable, specialized, private and residential college on Long Island. Recognized as a Best College by U.S. News & World Report in 2020 and 2021 for Social Mobility in the Northeast. FTC is regionally accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE). The only accredited institutional member of the National Schools of Music (NASM) in Suffolk County and has its Music Teacher Education Division program accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

Houghton College, Greatbatch School of Music (Houghton) is uniquely situated as a conservatory model school of music within a Christ-centered, nationally-ranked, liberal arts college. Students learn from accomplished faculty who teach with integrity. Opportunities include internships and residencies, international touring with ensembles, Pro Tools certification, Presidential Scholarship Competition, and generous graduate assistantships. Contact: Kelly Van Kirk, 1 Willard Ave., 585-567-9400, [email protected] Undergraduate degrees: 1,2,4, 11, BA, BMus with non-music elective studies. Grad. degrees: 1,4,6, MA, MM in Collaborative Performance. 101 music majors, 15 graduate students, 26 faculty, 1,031 total enroll. 1 band, 2 jazz bands, 1 orch., 4 chor.

Ithaca College (Ithaca). Founded in 1892 as a conservatory, the School of Music offers a superb blend of full-time faculty, performance opportunities, and success in job acquisition. With a commitment to undergraduate education, the School of Music has 500 undergraduate and 50 graduate students. Contact: Bradley Whittemore, 953 Danby Road, 607-274-3366, [email protected] Undergraduate degrees: 1-4,9,13, Perf & Music Ed, BM in Combination with Outside Field. Graduate degrees: Suzuki Pedagogy & String Perf. 500 music majors, 50 graduate students, 75 faculty. 5,800 total enrollment. 2 bands, 3 jazz bands, 2 orch., 3 chor.

The Juilliard School (New York). Since opening in October 1905, Juilliard has set this country’s standard for education in the performing arts. An original constituent of Lincoln Center, Juilliard is growing with the needs of a thriving cultural community in the US and abroad. Contact: Music Admissions, 60 Lincoln Center Plaza, 212-799-5000, [email protected] Deg: 1,4-6,9. 350 music majors, 310 grad. music majors, 250 faculty. 1 band, 2 jazz bands, 4 orch.

Long Island University, Post Campus (Brookville). LIU Post is a liberal arts institution set in a 307 acre estate located only 45 minutes from New York City on the north shore of Long Island, offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in performance, music education, composition, music history, music technology, production, and entrepreneurship. Scholarships are available. Contact: James McRoy, Dept. of Music, 720 Northern Blvd., 516-299-2945, [email protected] Degrees: 1,2,11-13. Graduate degrees: 2. 100 undergrad. music majors, 30 grad. music majors, 45 faculty, 10,000 total enrollment. 2 bands, 3 jazz bands, 2 orch., 3 chor.

Manhattan School of Music (New York). Manhattan School of Music prepares highly talented students for careers as passionate performers and composers and to be imaginative, effective leaders in the arts. Our students thrive in a supportive atmosphere that encourages excellence, values individuals, and welcomes innovation. Contact: Christian Cassidy, 120 Claremont Ave., 917-493-4436, [email protected] Undergraduate degrees: 1,4,9,12. Graduate degrees: 1,2,4,6,9. 474 music majors, 490 graduate students, 179 faculty, 964 total enrollment. 2 bands, 5 jazz bands, 6 orch., 3 chor.

Nazareth College of Rochester, Department of Music (Rochester) has cultivated a national reputation with its unique blend of musical excellence, academic rigor, and professional preparation. Situated on an idyllic campus with world-class performance facilities and close access to Rochester’s diverse cultural offerings, the Nazareth College School of Music offers degrees in Music Therapy, Music Education, Music Performance, Music Composition, and Music Business. In addition to opportunities for public performance, all students have access to a paid internship grant within the first two years of study. Contact: Nancy Strelau, 4245 East Ave., 585-389-2691, [email protected] Undergraduate deadline: rolling. Undergraduate tuition: $35,890. Undergraduate degrees: 1,2,4,8,11,12. Graduate. deadline: rolling. Tuition: $1015/cr. Degrees: 1,2,8. 220 music majors, 40 graduate students, 70 faculty, 2,400 total enrollment. 3 bands, 2 jazz bands, 2 orch., 2 chor.
naz.edu/som

The New School, Mannes School of Music & School of Jazz and Contemporary Music (New York). The New School’s College of Performing Arts brings together Mannes School of Music, the iconic 104-year-old conservatory; the legendary School of Jazz and Contemporary Music; and the innovative and groundbreaking School of Drama. Hone your craft, collaborate across disciplines, and become a ground-breaking artist. Contact: Performing Arts, 55 West 13th St, 212-229-5150, [email protected] Undergraduate degrees: 1,3,4,6,9,10. Graduate degrees: 1,3,4,6,9,10. 550 music majors, 450 graduate students, 250 faculty, 10,000 total enroll. 1 band, 8 jazz bands, 4 orch., 1 chor.

New York University, Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human De­velopment (New York). The Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions at NYU Steinhardt offers professional training combined with the academic excellence of an internationally recognized university. Our programs, baccalaureate through doctoral, share a spirit of openness and innovation that encourages the pursuit of high artistic goals enriched by the world of interdisciplinary ideas. Contact: Paul Horan, 35 W. Fourth St., Suite 1077, 212-998-5424, [email protected] Degrees: 1-4,9,11-13. Graduate degrees: 1-4,8-13. 682 music majors, 516 graduate students, 300 faculty, 1,198 total enrollment.

Queens College, Aaron Copland School of Music (Queens). ACSM offers a first-class curriculum, renowned faculty, and an extraordinary facility, at an extremely affordable tuition. Students at the Copland School of Music get a world class education at the center of the cultural universe for an impressively affordable tuition. In addition, many of our students qualify for financial aid, and we have merit scholarships available up to the full cost of tuition. Contact: Jane Cho, 6530 Kissena Blvd., 718-997-3800, [email protected] Undergraduate deadline: 1/31. Undergrad. tuition: $7,000 res., $18000 non-res. Undergraduate degrees: 1,2,4. Graduate tuition: $11,090 res., $20,520 non-res. Grad. deadline: 2/1. Grad. degrees 1-6,8. 240 music majors, 225 graduate students, 115 faculty, 25,000 total enrollment. 1 band, 1 jazz band, 1 orch., 2 chor.

State University of New York (Fredonia). Choose the power of Fredonia and turn your passion into your profession. Our Music Education graduates boast an incredible 100% job placement rating, our faculty and alumni are GRAMMY nominees and winners year after year, our facilities are award-winning, our campus is modern, beautiful, and inclusive. Fredonia boasts a rich and diverse musical environment, with opportunities to perform, create, innovate, teach, and lead. We are training the next generation of music professionals. Apply today. Contact: Barry Kilpatrick, 280 Central Avenue, 716-673-3151, [email protected] Undergraduate deadline: 5/1. Undergraduate tuition: $7,070 res., $16,980 non-res. Undergraduate degrees: 1-6,8-13. Graduate tuition: $11,310 res., $23,100 non-res. Graduate degrees: 1-6,8. 580 music majors, 80 graduate students, 100 faculty, 5,200 total enroll. 4 bands, 4 jazz bands, 4 orch., 5 chor.

State University of New York, The Crane School of Music (Potsdam) was one of the first institutions in the country to have programs dedicated to preparing specialists in teaching music in public schools. Throughout Crane’s history the school’s primary mission has been to educate music teachers with an emphasis on excellence in performance. Contact: David Heuser, 44 Pierrepont Avenue, 315-267-2417, [email protected] Undergrad. deadline: 2/13. Undergrad. degrees: 1-5,11. Undergraduate tuition: $7,070 res., $16,980 non-res.. Graduate deadline: 2/13. Graduate degrees: 1,2. Graduate tuition: $5,655 res. $11,550 non-res. 550 music majors, 30 grad. students, 90 faculty, 3,000 total enrollment. 5 bands, 2 jazz bands, 2 orch., 4 chor.
www.potsdam.edu/crane

Syracuse University, Setnor School of Music (Syracuse). The Setnor School of Music offers opportunities for the highest level of professional musical development, within the context of a broad, humanistic education. We encourage a wide range of creative options, recognizing that the classical tradition continues to grow and that it is only one in a world of others. Contact: Jenny Saluti, 202 Crouse College, 315-443-2769, [email protected] Undergrad. degrees: 1,2,4,11,13. BA in Music. Grad.degrees: 1,2,4,6,11, Voice Pedagogy. 250 music majors, 50 graduate students, 75 faculty, 21,970 total enrollment. 4 bands, 2 jazz bands, 1 orch., 6 chor.

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North Carolina
Appalachian State University (Boone). Music that Moves Mountains! The Hayes School of Music fosters a caring, respectful, and inclusive community that focuses on individual student growth and development in the pursuit of musical artistry, academic excellence, and professional success. Accredited by NASM since 1953, the Hayes School of Music connects the student’s passion for music with their profession for life. In addition to its degree programs, the HSOM offers a graduate certificate in Music Theory Pedagogy and Practice and undergraduate certificates in Performance and Jazz Studies. Home of the Community Music School and Cannon Music Camp. Contact: Dr. James Douthir, 813 Rivers St., 828-262-3020, [email protected] Undergraduate deadline: Nov 1, Feb 1. Undergraduate Tuition: $7,950 res., $23,557 non-res. Undergrad. degrees: 1,2,4,7,8,11,13. Graduate deadline: varies by program. Graduate Tuition: $8,047 res., $23,057 non-res. Graduate Degrees: 1,3,4,6,8. 352 music majors, 47 graduate students, 84 faculty, 20,641 total enroll. 5 bands, 2 jazz bands, 1 orch., 6 chor.

University of North Carolina (Greensboro). UNCG offers the only comprehensive music program from undergraduate through doctoral study in performance and music education in North Carolina. Studies complement rigorous professional training with a broad liberal education. Contact: Amanda R. Hughes, PO Box 26170, 336-334-3638, [email protected] Degrees: 1,2,4,9,10. Graduate degrees 1-4,6, Post-Baccalaureate certificates in Music Theory, Musicology (Historical), Ethnomusicology, Composition, Jazz, and Music Education; Post-Master’s certificate in Music Theory Pedagogy. 375 music majors, 200 graduate students, 65 faculty, 20,000 total enrollment. 3 bands, 2 jazz bands, 2 orch., 5 chor.

University of North Carolina School of the Arts (Winston-Salem). With select admissions, a robust scholarship program, and 7-to-1 student-to-teacher ratio, we function like a private conservatory within the North Carolina state university system. Offering world-class instruction and an active lineup of distinguished visiting artists, we have a student body ranging from high school students through performing artists certificates. Contact: Sheeler Law­son, 1533 South Main Street, 336-770-3264, [email protected] Degrees: 1,4. Graduate degrees: 1,4,6. 150 music majors, 50 graduate students, 30 faculty, 800 total enroll. 1 band, 1 jazz band, 1 orch., 1 chor.

Ohio
Baldwin Wallace University Conservatory of Music (Berea). Student-centered. Nationally acclaimed. Bold. Our undergraduate-only Conservatory of Music is a vibrant community where passion, precision and creative expression lead to meaningful learning and extraordinary performance. Small classes, rigorous curriculum, a culture of performance, and faculty mentoring are hallmarks of a BW education. Distinguished Conservatory faculty bring real-world experience, impressive credentials and professional connections to your studies. A vibrant arts community and facility, our All-Steinway Conservatory is a top-ranking program of 13 undergraduate majors that provides students with extraordinary opportunities to perform, compose, conduct, teach and excel in their studies and preparation for becoming citizen artists. Contact: Matthew Miller, 275 Eastland Rd., 440-826-2367, [email protected] Deadline: 11/1 & 1/15. Degrees: 1-5,8,10-12. 13 music majors, 70 faculty, 3,400 total enrollment. 2 bands, 1 jazz band, 1 orch., 4 chor.

Capital University, Conservatory of Music (Columbus). Our artist faculty wants to challenge you, applaud you, and inspire you. Through outstanding performance opportunities, internships, meaningful student teaching experiences, and numerous master classes, your own artistic potential will be nurtured and celebrated. We do all of this to achieve our goal of transforming your life artistically and creatively so you can be a leader and contributor in your community. Contact: Susanna Mayo, 1 College and Main, 614-236-6101, c[email protected] Undergraduate degrees: 1,2,4,7,9,11-13, BA in Music. Graduate degrees: 2, Emphasis in Instrumental Music, Jazz Pedagogy, and Kodály; degree is summer only, 3-year completion. 400 music majors, 2,700 total undergraduate enrollment.

Cleveland Institute of Music (Cleveland). The Cleveland Institute of Music is distinguished by an exceptional degree of collaboration between students and teachers. Students enjoy numerous performance opportunities, from recitals to chamber music to orchestra and opera. Contact: Jerrod Price, 11021 East Blvd., 216-791-5000, [email protected] Undergraduate degrees 1,3,4,13. Graduate degrees: 1,3,4,6. 245 music majors, 160 graduate students, 106 faculty. 1 orch.

Cleveland State University (Cleveland). Located in the heart of one of America’s most vibrant cultural centers, the School of Music utilizes the city’s rich musical resources providing students with a complete spectrum of educational opportunities. Students have the opportunity to study with some of the finest musicians in the world. Excel at CSU. Contact: Kate Bill, 2121 Euclid Ave., 216-687-5039 [email protected] 216-687-5411. Undergraduate Deadline: Rolling. Tuition: $11,600 res., $16,500 non-res. Degrees: 1,2,4,8, BA in Music, Minor in Music. Graduate Deadline: 8/15. Tuition: $13,800 res., $22,700 non-res. Degrees: 1,2,4,8 Performance Certificate. 300 music majors, 40 graduate students, 65 faculty, 12,000 total enrollment. 2 bands, 4 jazz bands, 2 orchestras, 3 chor.

Kent State University, Hugh A. Glauser School of Music (Kent). Pursue your passion and your purpose in one of our 15 undergraduate or graduate degree programs. Our dedicated and internationally recognized faculty mentor and nurture students to help them achieve their professional goals. Students also have many opportunities to perform in our variety of 23 ensembles. Contact: Janine Tiffe, 1325 Theatre Drive E101, 330-672-2172, [email protected] Undergrad. degrees: 1,2,4,9,13. Graduate degrees: 1-6, ethnomusicology, collaborative piano, chamber music (string quartet). 280 music majors, 240 grad. students, 65 faculty, 30,000 enrollment. 5 bands, 4 jazz band, 1 orch., 6 chor.

Oberlin College, The Oberlin Conservatory of Music (Oberlin). Founded in 1865 and situated amid the intellectual vitality of Oberlin College, the Oberlin Conservatory of Music is renowned internationally as a professional music school of the highest caliber. Pronounced a “national treasure” by the Washington Post, Oberlin’s alumni have gone on to achieve illustrious careers in all aspects of music. Contact: Michael Manderen, 39 W. College St., 440-775-8413, conservatory. [email protected] Undergraduate degrees: 1,2,4,5,6,9, double degree BM + BA with Oberlin College. Degrees: 1,2,6. 575 music majors, 12 grad. students, 98 music faculty, 2,900 total enrollment. 2 jazz band, 4 orch., 3 chor.

Ohio Northern University (Ada). Fully accredited by NASM, ONU Music offers study abroad opportunities, international touring, superb academics, small classes, faculty with connections, and 90-100% placement in a liberal arts setting. ONU ranks 2nd in “Creative Colleges: A Guide for Students, Actors, Artists, Dancers, Musicians and Writers.” Generous scholarships for majors and non-majors. Contact: Dean Altstaetter, 525 South Main Street, 419-772-2274, [email protected] Priority deadline: 12/1. Degrees: 2-5,10,12,13. 55 music majors, 25 faculty, 3,500 total enrollment. 6 bands, 1 jazz band, 1 orch., 2 chor.

The Ohio State University (Columbus). The Ohio State University School of Music educates students for professional careers in composition, performance, scholarship and teaching. As an integral part of a major public university with a strong commitment to teaching, research and service, the school recognizes the relationship that binds music to other academic and artistic disciplines. Contact: Tanya Sparks, Weigel 110, 1866 College Rd North, 614-688-0372, [email protected] Deadline: 11/1 for early action & scholarships, 2/1 regular. Tuition: $11,936 res., $35,019 non-res. Degrees: 1-5,9. Graduate deadline: 4/1. Tuition: $11,560 res., varies non-res. Degrees: 1-6. 300 music majors, 100 grad. students, 75 faculty, 46,984 total enroll. 6 bands, 3 jazz bands, 2 orch., 4 chor.

Ohio University (Athens). The School of Music is committed to developing confident, creative, and skilled professionals musicians. Undergraduate and graduate students are prepared for careers in music education, performance, music therapy, composition, musicology, and music theory. The School of Music promotes the musical arts within the university, regional, national, and international communities. Contact: Helen Kasler, 1 Ohio University, 740-593-4244, [email protected] Undergraduate degrees: 1,2,4,8. Graduate deadline: 2/1. Graduate degrees: 1,2,3,4,6,8, Online MME Degree. 240 music majors, 60 graduate students, 51 faculty, 24,000 total enrollment. 4 bands, 2 jazz bands, 2 orch., 5 chor.

University of Akron (Akron). Acclaimed as one of the best music schools in the state and region, and at the cultural center of the city, the UA School of Music’s internationally recognized faculty are dedicated to helping our students discover their future in the many diverse fields of music. Contact: Courtney Johnson-Benson. 302 Buchtel Common, 330-972-7590, [email protected] Undergraduate Deadline: Rolling. Undergraduate Tuition: $23,100 res., $26,720 non-res. Undergraduate Degrees: 1-4,6,9. Graduate Deadline: Rolling. Graduate Tuition: $36,000. res., $46,000 non-res. Graduate Degrees: 1-4,6,10,13. 175 music majors, 40 graduate students, 56 faculty, 17,000 total enroll. 6 bands, 1 jazz bands, 1 orch., 2 chor.

University of Cincinnati, College-Conservatory of Music (Cincinnati)



Nationally ranked and internationally renowned, the UC College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) is a preeminent institution for the performing and media arts. Contact: John Martin, PO Box 210003, 513-556-9479, [email protected] Undergraduate deadline: 12/1. Undergraduate degrees: 1,2,4,5,9,12, BM in Commercial Music Production. Grad. deadline: 12/1. Graduate degrees: 1-6,9,10, Artist Diplomas in all instruments. 432 undergraduate music majors, 516 graduate music majors, approx. 145 music faculty, 836 total undergraduate enrollment at CCM, 565 total graduate enrollment at CCM. 3 bands, 11+ jazz bands, 3 orch., 3 chor.
https://ccm.uc.edu

University of Dayton (Dayton). The six degree programs in UD’s Department of Music offer rigorous professional training, a well-rounded liberal arts education, and a welcoming community. Hands-on experience in your chosen field; individual mentoring from our faculty of active performers, recognized scholars, and dedicated teachers; diverse performing opportunities for majors and non-majors.Contact: Karen Solarek, 300 College Park, 937-229-3936, [email protected] Undergraduate Deadline: 2/1. Tuition: $44,890. Degrees: 1,2,4,5,7-9.. 90 music majors, 55 faculty, 7,900 total enrollment. 3 bands, 3 jazz bands, 1 orch., 6 chor.

University of Toledo (Toledo). We offer degrees in music performance, music education, and in music/liberal arts. Live, learn and make music in the culturally rich Toledo region. UToledo Music provides professional training in a close-knit learning community where teachers know you by name. Contact: Lee Heritage, 2801 W. Bancroft St., 419-530-2448, [email protected] Undergraduate deadline: 7/1. Tuition: $10,650 res., $20,010 non-res. Undergraduate degrees: 1,2,9. Graduate tuition: $16,599 res., $27,739 non-res. Graduate degrees: 1,2,4,6,9. 61 music majors, 8 graduate students, 30 faculty, 20,500 total enrollment. 3 bands, 3 jazz bands, 1 orch., 2 chor.

Wright State University (Dayton). The Wright State University School of Music offers curriculum designed for students wishing to pursue a career in music. A member of NASM, the school offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in several areas, including performance, music education, and music history/literature. Collaborative degrees in Computer Science and Pre-Medicine are also available. Contact: Amy Neace, 3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy., 937-775-2353, [email protected] Undergraduate degrees: 1,2,5. Grad. degrees: 1,2,5,6. 200 music majors, 20 grad. students, 40 music faculty, 18,059 total enroll. 5 bands, 1 jazz band, 2 orch., 5 chor.

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Oklahoma
Cameron University (Lawton). The Department of Art, Music & Theatre Arts offers a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in music, Bachelor of Music degree and a Bachelor of Music Education degrees. Cameron University is accredited by The National Association of Schools of Music (NASM). At Cameron University, music majors learn how to think and read critically and master a body of musical knowledge. Music majors also have the opportunity to integrate important computer technologies in the course of their studies including composition and recording software. Contact: Gregory Hoepfner, 2800 West Gore Blvd., 580-581-2346, [email protected] Undergraduate degrees: 1,2,4. 29 music majors, 6 music faculty, 3,500 total enrollment. 2 bands, 1 jazz bands, 1 orch., 1 chor.

Oklahoma City University, Wanda L. Bass School of Music (Oklahoma City) features top faculty-artists, concerto competitions, and community partners. 2 orch., 2 bands, 1 jazz band, 5 choirs. Degrees: 1,2,4,6,7,11,12. OCU enrollment: 3,500. Music majors: 392. Faculty: 65. Contact: Kari Barber, Coordinator of Admissions & Student Services, 2501 N. Blackwelder Ave., 405-208-5980; [email protected] Deadline: 3/15. Grad. deadline: 3/15.

Oklahoma State University (Stillwater). The Michael and Anne Greenwood School of Music at Oklahoma State University serves students who plan careers in the field of music as well as those who desire to participate in a comprehensive music program. Professional instruction prepares students for careers in performance, teaching, or the music industry. Contact: Dawn Aaron, Greenwood School of Music, 102 Greenwood School of Music, 405-744-6133, [email protected] Undergraduate degrees 1,2,11. Graduate degrees: 1,6. 235 music majors, 23 graduate students, 45 faculty, 26,000 total enroll. 4 bands, 3 jazz bands, 1 orch., 4 chor.

Southwestern Oklahoma State University (Weatherford). Southwestern Oklahoma State University’s Department of Music works with you to achieve your personal best. Study with superb musicians committed to your advancement. SWOSU gives you the educational and performance opportunities you need for success. Our Department is one of the region’s largest and finest music schools. Come join us! Contact: Todd Boyd, 100 Campus Dr., 580-774-3063, [email protected] Degrees: 1,2,8,11. 150 music majors. 5 bands, 2 jazz bands, 1 orch., 4 chor.

University of Central Oklahoma (Edmond). Central offers more than 15,000 students an innovative learning community where teaching comes first. Students develop relationships with faculty and staff guided by the mission of helping students learn and transforming lives. Contact: Sophia Kuschel, 100 N. University Dr., 405-974-5955, [email protected] Undergraduate degrees: 1,2,4,6,9,12,13, Collab-orative Piano, Piano Pedagogy, Vocal Pedagogy. Graduate degrees: 1,2,4,6, 9,12,13, Collaborative Piano, Piano Pedagogy, Vocal Pedagogy. 373 music majors, 79 graduate students, 75 faculty, 17,000 total enroll. 3 bands, 4 jazz bands, 2 orch., 4 chor.

Oregon
Corban University (Salem). God-Centered. Relational. Christian Musician-ship. At Corban, music students hone their craft with the gospel at the center, whether they are training for public education, church service, or anywhere in-between. Intimate class-sizes allow for individual attention from professors. Ensembles and scholarships are open to students of all majors. Contact: Katie Williford, 5000 Deer Park Dr. SE, 503-581-8600, [email protected] Degrees: 2,7, General Music. 35 music majors, 1 faculty, 981 total enroll. 1 band, 1 jazz band, 1 orch., 2 chor.

University of Oregon (Eugene). Our students and faculty experiment and innovate in a supportive environment. Contact: 1225 University of Oregon, 541-346-5268, [email protected] Undergrad-uate degrees: 1-5,9. Graduate degrees 1-6,9, Intermediate Music Technology, Piano/Violin/Viola Pedagogy, Collaborative Piano. 240 music majors, 160 graduate students, 68 faculty. 7 bands, 5 jazz bands, 2 orch., 7 chor.

Linfield University (McMinnville). Whether you’re here to major or minor in music, or participate in one of our ensemble groups, you will work closely with world-class faculty and perform side-by-side with professional musicians. Our undergraduate program will prepare you for lifelong engagement with music as performers, educators, conductors, composers, thinkers, listeners, and writers. Contact: Seth Wollam, 900 SE Baker St, 503-883-6212, [email protected] Degrees: BA Music. 16 music majors, 15 faculty, 1,424 total enroll. 2 bands, 1 jazz band, 4 chor.

Willamette University (Salem). The Willamette University music department offers programs of rigorous training in specialized music disciplines combined with core music historical and theoretical studies, all within the broad spectrum of a distinguished liberal arts university. Emphasizing individual instruction combined with chamber and ensemble playing, the programs serve music majors, minors, and non-majors. Contact: Mary Randers, 900 State St., 503-370-6303, [email protected]: 1,3,4,9. 22 music majors, 35 faculty, 1,750 total enroll. 2 bands, 1 jazz band, 2 orch., 3 chor.

Pennsylvania
Bucknell University (Lewisburg). The Department of Music offers an exceptional education within Bucknell’s liberal arts community. Students collaborate with an active faculty of performers, composers, and scholars to explore music through diverse historical periods for advanced study, the teaching profession, and employment as arts professionals. Contact: Brenda Ross, 1 Dent Dr., 570-577-1216, [email protected] Deadline: 1/15. Tuition: $58,202. Degrees: 2; BM Vocal Performance, BA with concentration in Performance, Contemporary Composition, Cultural/Critical Studies. 50 music majors, 33 faculty, 3,500 total enrollment. 1 band, 1 jazz band, 1 orch., 2 chor.

Carnegie Mellon University School of Music (Pittsburgh). Be a part of an innovative fine arts community immersed in a top research university. We offer the best aspects of a conservatory (small class size, individual attention, and creative opportunity) along with experiences only a university can offer (double majors, extensive student organizations, and uniquely CMU traditions). Contact: W. Colby Carson, 5000 Forbes Ave., 412-268-4118, [email protected] Undergraduate degrees: 1,4,11, 13. Graduate degrees: 1,2,4,11,13. 163 music majors, 136 grad. students, 95 faculty, 6,574 undergrad. enroll. 2 band, 1 jazz band, 2 orch., 3 chor.

The Curtis Institute of Music (Philadelphia) educates and trains exceptionally gifted young musicians to engage a local and global community through the highest level of artistry. It provides full-tuition scholarships to all of its students, ensuring that admissions are based solely on artistic promise. Contact: Chris Hodges, 1726 Locust St., 215-893-5252, [email protected] Degrees: 1,4,6. 175 music majors, 112 faculty. 1 orch.

Duquesne University, Mary Pappert School of Music (Pittsburgh). Whether you’re interested in Music Education, Performance, Music Technology, Music Therapy, Composition, or Jazz, we have the faculty and resources to prepare you for a successful and fulfilling career in music and beyond. As a student you have access to a world-class faculty comprised of members of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, Pittsburgh Jazz Orchestra and more. Contact: Thomas Carsecka, 600 Forbes Ave., 412-396-5064, [email protected] Undergraduate degrees: 1,2,4,7-9,13. degrees: 1,8,9. 200 music majors, 60 grad. students, 120 faculty, 10,000 total enroll. 2 bands, 7 jazz bands, 2 orch., 2 chor.

Elizabethtown College (Elizabethtown) offers a lively environment with high academic standards and numerous performance opportunities. Bachelor of Music degrees in music education and music therapy lead to certification in those fields, while Bachelor of Arts in music provides an excellent foundation for a variety of careers. Contact: Matthew Fritz, One Alpha Drive, 717-361-1212, [email protected]
etown.edu. Deadline: rolling. Degrees: 1,2,8. 70 music majors, 36 faculty, 1,750 total enrollment. 1 band, 1 jazz band, 1 orch., 3 chor.

Gettysburg College Sunderman Conservatory of Music (Gettysburg)

 SCM unites the artistic standards of excellent comprehensive undergraduate musical training with the intellectual breadth afforded by one of the nation’s leading liberal arts colleges. Students collaborate with a distinguished faculty of performers, educators, and scholars and go on to fulfilling careers in music and other fields. Contact: Mary Smith, 300 North Washington St., Campus Box 416, 800-431-0803 [email protected] Deadlines:1/15. Tuition: $59,960. Degrees: 1,2, BA in Music. 64 music majors, 35 faculty, 2,600 total enrollment. 3 bands, 2 jazz bands, 1 orch., 4 chor.
www.gettysburg.edu/music

Grove City College (Grove City). Grove City College equips students to pursue their unique callings through an academically excellent and Christ-centered learning and living experience distinguished by a commitment to affordability and its promotion of the Christian worldview, the foundations of free society, and the love of neighbor. 100 Campus Drive, 724-450-1557, [email protected] Deadline: 3/1. Tuition: $19,310. Degrees: 1,2,7,11, music. 60 music majors, 38 faculty, 2,250 total enrollment. 3 bands, 2 jazz bands, 2 orch., 4 chor.

Lebanon Valley College (Annville). Lebanon Valley College is a liberal arts college. Since the founding of the college, music has been an integral part of a student-centered curriculum. With sophisticated and responsive instruction, students are presented with many performance opportunities and degree options with 4 concentrations: Music Education, Music Business, Audio Music Production, and a BA in Music with multiple tracks. The Music Dept was rated #2 in the state on Collegefactual.com. Music Ed was rated #1 in the state and #6 in the country on Universities.com. All performances are streamed live on https://www.facebook.
com/lvcmusicdept Contact: Bethann Hankin, 101 N College Ave, 717-867-6181, [email protected] 9 bands, 3 jazz bands, 2 orch., 3 chor.
https://www.lvc.edu/academics/undergraduate-studies/

Messiah University (Grantham)


The Messiah University Department of Music is housed in the School of the Arts and is home to 120 undergraduate music majors pursuing a variety of majors and 100 graduate students enrolled in a Master’s of Music in Conducting program. A professionally active faculty oversees a rigorous curriculum that includes varied performance opportunities in nationally recognized ensembles. Contact: Molly Janczyk, One University Avenue Suite 3005, 800-233-4220, [email protected] Undergraduate deadline: rolling. Undergrad. tuition $35,280. Degrees: 1,2,4,7, music business and commercial music. Grad. deadline: rolling with three entry points each year. Grad. tuition: $660/hour. Grad. degree: 6. 120 music majors, 135 graduate students, 43 faculty. 2 bands, 4 jazz bands, 2 orch., 6 chor.
www.messiah.edu

Pennsylvania State University (University Park). Founded in 1855, Penn State is the Commonwealth’s only land-grant institution and a member of the Big Ten Conference. The University Park campus offers outstanding programs with one of the largest full-time resident music faculty in the region and offers students a wealth of opportunities plus individualized attention. Contact: 233 Music Building I, 814-865-0431, [email protected] Undergrad-uate degrees: 1,2,4,music technology, 3,5 integrated undergraduate-graduate, 9 (minor only). Graduate degrees: 1-6, piano and voice pedagogy. 265 music majors, 77 graduate music students, 61 faculty, 46,000 total enrollment.

Slippery Rock University (Slippery Rock). The Slippery Rock University Department of Music is committed to providing learning experiences to meet the current and future needs of today’s student. The department provides an environment for serious study and musical performance as students prepare for successful careers in music education, music therapy, and performance. Contact: 1 Morrow Way, 724-738-2051, [email protected] Undergraduate deadline: rolling. Undergraduate tuition: $7,716/sem. res., $11,574/sem. with 3.0 for non-res. Undergraduate degrees: 1,2,8,BA in Music. Graduate deadline: rolling. Graduate tuition: $516/cr. res., $774/cr. non-res. Graduate degrees: 8. 144 music majors, 62 grad. students, 27 faculty, 8,500 total enroll. 4 bands, 2 jazz bands, 1 orch., 3 chor.

Susquehanna University (Selinsgrove). Music has been at the heart of Susquehanna since it was founded more than 160 years ago. With a combination of conservatory-level training and a solid foundation in the liberal arts and sciences, we make multiple paths in music possible. Susquehanna offers undergraduate degrees in Composition, Performance, Music Education, and a Bachelor of Arts in Music that offers convenient opportunities to double major. Susquehanna provides small-school advantages as well as big-school opportunities, including numerous concerts, performances, master classes, and recitals every year. Contact: Sara Adams, 514 University Ave., 570-372-4309, [email protected] Deadline: 2/1. Tuition: $52,380. Degrees: 1,2,4, BA in Music. 100 music majors, 30 faculty, 2,300 total enroll. 3 bands, 1 jazz band, 1 orch., 3 chor.

Temple University Boyer College of Music and Dance (Philadelphia)



Temple University offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in Performance (Jazz and Classical), Music Education, Music Therapy, Conducting, Composition, Music Studies, and Music Technology. As part of the Center for Performing and Cinematic Arts, Boyer offers numerous concerts, performances, master classes, and recitals each year, giving students many opportunities
to perform. Contact: Lydia Veilleux, 2001 N. 13th Street, 215-204-6810, [email protected] Undergraduate deadline: 2/1. Undergraduate degrees: 1-5,8,9,12,13. Graduate deadline: 3/1. Graduate Degrees: 1-6,8,9,12,13.
www.temple.edu/boyer

West Chester University of Pennsylvania (West Chester). Explore a career in music at the School of Music at West Chester University, an All-Steinway School, accredited with the National Association of Schools of Music. Bachelors of Music are available in Music Performance, Music Education, Music Theory & Composition, and Elective Studies. Contact: Gabrielle Buzgo, 2 East Rosedale Ave., 610-436-3042, [email protected] Undergraduate degrees: 1-4,8,9, elective studies. Graduate degrees: 1-6. 453 music majors, 93 graduate students, 52 faculty, 16,611 undergraduate enrollment.

Westminster College
(New Wilmington). A music program to fit all needs and aspirations, from Education through Perform-ance! The Bands have received National recognition from NASM as well as earning the top Wind Ensemble from the American Prize Competition. The Titan Marching Band, along with Titan football games and guest appearances, appearing on Monday Night Football. The Trumpet Ensemble performing at both national and international ITG Conferences. An amazing faculty of performers and educators, all who strive for your individual successes are waiting to meet with you. Check us out on Facebook and YouTube @Westminster College Bands Contact: Brad Tokar, 319 South Market Street, 724-946-7279, [email protected] Deadline: 5/1. Degrees: 1,2,4,11. 50 music majors, 22 music faculty, 1,100 total enrollment. 3 bands, 1 jazz band, 1 orch., 4 chor.

South Carolina
University of South Carolina (Columbia). The USC School of Music offers more than 20 degree programs, including music education, performance, jazz composition, theory, history and conducting. Three new concentrations under the Bachelor of Music in Performance are offered: Entrepreneurship, Music Tech-nology or Chamber Music. Reduced tuition rate available for out-of-state students receiving music/academic scholarships. Contact: Jennifer Jablonski, 813 Assembly St., 803-777-6614, [email protected] Undergraduate degrees: 1-4,9 BM-Performance concentrations: Entrepreneurship, Music Technology, Chamber Music. Grad. degrees: 1-6,9. 320 music majors, 180 graduate students, 52 faculty, 25,556 total enroll. 8 bands, 5 jazz bands, 2 orch., 6 chor.

Winthrop University
(Rock Hill) has been identified in the US News and World Report as a top 10 Southern regional university for 21 consecutive years. Out-of-state students receiving a scholarship pay in-state fees. Contact: David Rollings, Joynes Hall 701 Oakland Avenue, 800-946-8476, [email protected] Undergraduate degrees: 1,2,4, Liberal Arts, Music Technology. Graduate degrees: 1,2,6,10. 180 music majors, 12 graduate students, 45 faculty, 6,200 total enrollment. 3 bands, 2 jazz bands, 1 orch., 2 chor

South Dakota

Northern State University (Aberdeen). The NSU Department of Music offers the BME and BA undergraduate degrees in music at the Aberdeen Main Campus. The facilities include the newly remodeled 1,000 seat Johnson Fine Arts Center main theatre and new Black Box Theater as well as state-of-the-art practice rooms. Undergraduate contact: Tracy Jurgens, 1200 South Jay Street, 605-626-2257, [email protected] Degree: 2. Graduate contact: Tammy Griffith, 605-626-2558, [email protected] Degrees: 2. 119 music majors, 17 faculty, 3,500 total enroll. 3 bands, 3 jazz bands, 1 orch., 3 chor.

Tennessee
Lee University School of Music (Cleve­land) is a Christ-centered university in southeast Tennessee with faculty, curriculum, facilities, and opportunities to prepare you as tomorrow’s musician. 1120 N. Ocoee St., 423-614-8240, [email protected] Undergraduate deadline: rolling. Degrees: 1,2,7,11. Graduate deadline: rolling. Degrees: 1,2,6,7. 305 music majors, 60 faculty, undergraduate enrollment 5,041. 3 bands, 2 jazz band, 1 orch., 8 chor.

Middle Tennessee State University (Murfreesboro). Located 30 minutes south of Nashville, the MTSU School of Music houses an acclaimed faculty of 70 artists/educators who perform, compose, teach, and present their research internationally. Our low faculty-to-student ratio enables personalized instruction and interaction. We invest deeply in each student to help ensure professional success. Contact: Angela Satterfield, 1301 E. Main St, 615-898-2469, [email protected] Undergrad. degrees: 1-4,9,11, audio technology, Graduate degrees: 1-6,9. 280 music majors, 28 graduate students, 70 faculty, 22157 total enrollment. 5 bands, 2 jazz bands, 3 orch., 5 chor.

Tennessee Tech University (Cookeville). The School of Music offers the Bachelor of Music degree in Music Education and Performance. As part of the College of Fine Arts, the School of Music provides the highest level of artistic education, enabling students to reach their full potential as performers, teachers, and citizens. Contact: Steven Keller, TN Tech Admissions Office P.O. Box 5006, 931-372-3888; or Dr. Colin Hill, Interim Director, [email protected] Undergrad-uate deadline: 12/15. Undergraduate degrees: 1,2,4,9. 170 music majors, 29 faculty, 10,500 total enrollment. 4 bands, 2 jazz bands, 2 orch., 2 choir.

University of Memphis, Rudi E. Scheidt School of Music (Memphis). Our renowned program offers bachelor’s through doctoral degrees in 29 areas of concentration, with the distinction of being Tennessee’s only doctoral degree granting program in music. In a city as live-music-rich as Memphis, the school is proud to present more performances than any other music organization in the Mid-South. Contact: 123 Music Building, 901-678-2541, [email protected] Degrees: 1-6,9. 41 faculty. 3 bands, 2 jazz bands, 1 orch., 2 chor.

University of Tennessee (Knoxville). Our tight-knit community provides a nurturing environment in which to explore your full potential. World-class instructors give you the personal attention you need to refine your musical skills. Energetic ensembles provide dynamic performance opportunities. Our academic programs will put you on the right path to achieving your goals. Contact: Lori Brown, 1741 Volunteer Blvd., 865-974-6134, [email protected] Undergraduate degrees: 1-5,9. Graduate degrees: 1-6,9. 290 music majors, 60 graduate students, 56 faculty, 22,000 total enrollment. 9 bands, 2 jazz bands, 2 orch., 5 chor.

Vanderbilt University, Blair School of Music (Nashville). Blair is an all-undergraduate professional music school within a top 15 university, where all students experience conservatory-level training with an exceptional liberal arts core in downtown Nashville, Tennessee. Our faculty is dedicated to teaching and mentoring students with continuing involvement in performance, composition, and/or research. Contact: Thomas Crespo, 2400 Blakemore Ave., 615-322-6181, [email protected] Degrees: 1,2,4, liberal arts, engineering, and education. 210 music majors, 130 faculty, 6,800 total enrollment. 1 band, 1 jazz band, 1 orch., 2 chor.

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Texas
Baylor University (Waco). Baylor is a private Baptist university and nationally ranked liberal arts institution. Chartered in 1845 by the Republic of Texas, Baylor is the oldest continually operating university in the state. Though 80% of our students come from Texas, we are home to students from all 50 states and 80 countries. Contact: Mary Sage, One Bear Pl. #97408, 254-710-7681, [email protected] Undergraduate degrees: 1-7,9, piano pedagogy. Graduate degrees: 1-7,9, piano pedagogy. 293 music majors, 81 graduate students, 67 faculty, 14,348 total enrollment. 5 bands, 2 jazz bands, 2 orch., 7 chor.

Hardin-Simmons University (Abilene). The School of Music at Hardin-Simmons University is one of the oldest accredited programs in the state of Texas. Students receive a well-rounded and personalized education in a liberal arts environment. A nationally recognized faculty offers a challenging curriculum for students in all performance disciplines. Contact: Kelsey Davis, 2200 Hickory Street, HSU Box 16050, 325-670-1000, [email protected] Undergraduate degrees: 1-4,6,7,12. Graduate degrees: 1-3. 85 music majors, 4 graduate students, 11 faculty. 2 bands, 1 jazz band, 2 chor.

Midwestern State University (Wichita Falls). The Department of Music at MSU Texas features an intensive undergraduate program designed to prepare music majors for professional careers in music. The music program at MSU Texas is highly respected, situated in an academically rigorous public liberal arts setting. We invite you to be a part of our community. Contact: Kaylor Winter-Roach, 3410 Taft Blvd., 940-397-4267, [email protected] Deadline: rolling. Degrees: 1,2; BA in music. 80 music majors, 21 faculty, 5,900 total enroll. 3 bands, 1 jazz band, 1 orch., 3 chor.

Rice University, Shepherd School of Music (Houston). At Rice University’s Shepherd School of Music, we cultivate the mastery of musical performance, combining a conservatory experience with the educational opportunities of a leading research university. Guided by the belief that talent manifests along unique paths, we limit our student body to 290 gifted young musicians. We give each music major access to world class teachers—all accomplished artists in their own right—dedicated to cultivating talent and professional success. Our faculty is known for their individualized instruction and for equipping musicians with the skills and experience necessary to develop their own esteemed careers. Contact: Geoffrey Scott, 6100 Main St., 713-348-4854, [email protected] Undergraduate deadline: 12/1. Undergraduate Tuition: $52,070. Undergraduate Degrees: 1,3-5. Graduate Deadline: 12/1. Graduate Tuition: $29,500. Graduate Degrees: 1,3-6. 90 music majors, 176 graduate students, 72 faculty, 7,170 total enroll. 2 orch., 1 chor.

Texas Woman’s University (Denton). The Department of Music at Texas Woman’s University will develop your appreciation and understanding of the arts. Dedicated faculty provide you with a liberal arts-based education that balances tradition and innovation, while preparing you for professional work, leadership and service in music education, music pedagogy, music performance and music therapy. Contact: Pam Youngblood, P.O. Box 425768, 940-898-2500, [email protected]

University of North Texas, College of Music (Denton). The UNT College of Music is one of the world’s largest and most respected comprehensive music schools. Our faculty includes internationally acclaimed artists and scholars in performance, composition, conducting, theory, history, and education. Contact: Joel Wiley, 1155 Union Circle, #311367, 940-565-3860, [email protected] Undergrad. degrees: 1-5,9. Graduate degrees: 1-6,9, ethnomusicology. 935 music majors, 637 grad. students, 146 faculty, 30,503 total enroll. 7 bands, 15 jazz bands, 3 orch., 6 chor.

University of Texas, Sarah and Ernest Butler School of Music (Austin). Located in one of our nation’s most musical cities, the Butler School of Music prepares artists, thinkers, makers and teachers to make profound contributions to the future of music. A comprehensive array of degree programs is offered, from the bachelors to the doctoral level in performance, composition, music and human learning, jazz, theory, musicology, ethnomusicology, pedagogy and liberal studies in music. Contact: Sarah Borshard, 2406 Robert Dedman Dr., 512-471-0504, [email protected]
edu. Undergraduate deadline: 12/1. Undergraduate tuition: $11,630 res., $41,202 non-res. Undergraduate degrees: 1,2,4,9, BA in Music. Graduate deadline: 12/1. Graduate tuition: $10,336 res., $19,212 non-res. Graduate degrees: 1-7,9, Chamber Music, Collaborative Piano, Ethnomusicology, Literature & Pedagogy, Opera Coaching, Opera Directing. 370 music majors, 95 faculty, 270 graduate students, 40,804 total enrollment. 3 bands, 3 jazz bands, 2 orch., 3 chor.

Vermont

The University of Vermont (Burlington). The Department of Music in the College of Arts & Sciences at The University of Vermont offers music within a liberal arts setting. Our Music Education program combines the best of this focus with our outstanding College of Education curriculum. Contact: Andrea Aquino, 392 S. Prospect St., 802-656-3040, [email protected] Deadline: 1/15. Tuition: $16,392 res., $41,280 non-res. Degrees: 1-3,5,9,13. 120 music majors, 34 faculty, 11,000 total undergraduate enrollment. 3 bands, 6 jazz bands, 1 orch., 2 chor, 1 jazz chor.

Virginia
Longwood University (Farmville). The Department of Music at Longwood University offers a high quality program in a small university, setting, placing strong value on inclusion, personal interaction with faculty, and excellence in academics, performance, and teacher training. Contact: Lisa Kinzer, Department of Music, 434-395-2504, [email protected] Tuition: $12,965 per semester res., $21,185 non-res. Degrees: 1,2, piano pedagogy. 60 music majors, 16 faculty, 5,000 total enrollment. 1 band, 1 jazz band, 1 orch.3 chor.

Old Dominion University (Norfolk). The F. Ludwig Diehn School of Music prepares a diverse and talented student body to enter the professional world as outstanding leaders in various musical roles. As an urban center for musical excellence, we connect students to the greater community through instruction, performances, workshops, practicum, and collaboration with area schools and musical organizations. Contact: Susan Vosler, 1339 West 49th Street, 757-683-4061, [email protected] Deadline: 12/1 (early action), rolling. Tuition: $360/cr. res., $1,032/cr. Degrees: 1-5, 9, 13. Graduate Deadline: rolling. Grad. tuition: $551/cr. res., $1,387/cr. res. Grad. degrees: 2 with emphasis in pedagogy, applied studies/conducting, and research. 160 music majors, 15 grad. students, 50 faculty, 24,286 total enroll. 3 bands, 2 jazz bands, 1 orch., 4 chor.

Shenandoah University (Winchester). World-renowned Shenandoah Conservatory offers intense, specialized, professional training in music, theatre, and dance. Shenandoah Conservatory offers more than 25 degrees at the baccalaureate, master’s, artist diploma, and doctoral levels, as well as four certificate programs, and produces nearly 400 performances a year. 1460 University Drive, 540-665-4581, [email protected] Undergraduate degrees: 1,2,4,7-9,12,13. Graduate degrees: 1,2,4,6,7,10. 285 music majors, 140 graduate students, 2,000 total undergraduate enrollment. 2 bands, 3 jazz band, 1 chamber orch., 4 chamber chor.

Washington
University of Puget Sound (Tacoma). The School of Music at University of Puget Sound is uniquely positioned to prepare students for professional careers in music and support non-majors interested in continuing their study. It is one of the few liberal arts colleges in the country with a conservatory-style School of Music. Contact: Ryan Del Rosario, 1500 N. Warner St., #1076, 253-879-3988, [email protected] Undergrad. deadline: 1/15. Undergraduate degrees: 1,2,4,10. Grad. deadline: 2/15. Grad. degrees: 2. 72 music majors, 6 grad. students, 34 faculty, 2,300 total enroll. 2 bands, 1 jazz band, 1 orch., 4 chor.

West Virginia
Marshall University (Huntington). The Marshall University School of Music provides students a robust education from world renowned faculty. Each student is a valuable part of the music program and leaves with real world experience and training. We offer undergraduate and graduate degrees in music education, performance, theory/composition, as well as music studies with an emphasis in commercial music. Contact: Adam Dalton, 1 John Marshall Drive, 304-696-3117, [email protected] Undergraduate deadline: rolling. Degrees: 1,2,4,9,11. Graduate deadline: rolling. Degrees: 1,2,4,5,6,9 175 music majors, 15 grad. students, 25 faculty, 13,000 total enrollment. 4 bands, 2 jazz bands, 1 orch., 4 chor.

University of Charleston (Charleston). The UC Bands program is a student focused program. Students participate in music ensembles with a focus on service, creativity and academic exploration. Performers in any degree program who participate in Band, Orchestra, and Color Guard qualify for scholarships of up to $5,000 per year. (renewable for 4 years). Color Guard (Outdoor/Indoor) and Dance Team performers receive formal dance instruction and qualify for band scholarships. Students tour annually, collaborate with faculty on projects and participate in masterclasses and internships. Students may take music courses for enrichment, minor, or design their own music degree through Multidisciplinary Studies (MDS). Contact: John Christian, 2300 MacCorkle Avenue, 407-625-9463, [email protected] Undergraduate deadline: rolling. Tuition: $30,500. Degrees: Multidisciplinary in Music. 1,900 total enroll. 2 bands, 1 jazz band, 1 orch., 2 chor.

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Wisconsin
Carthage College (Kenosha). Carthage, a four-year, private liberal arts college on the shore of Lake Michigan, combines an environment of reflection and self-discovery with a culture of high expectation so our students uncover and ignite their true potential. Students can audition for more than $300,000 in music scholarships. 2001 Alford Park Drive, 800-351-4058, [email protected] Degrees: 1,2,4,12, Piano Pedagogy. 150 music majors, 40 faculty, 2,600 total enroll. 3 bands, 1 jazz band, 1 orch., 4 chor.

Concordia University Wisconsin (Mequon)

CUW is located on the shores of Lake Michigan 15 miles north of downtown Milwaukee in suburban Mequon. Concordia is affiliated with the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod and features a core focus in Christian education fostering student growth in mind, body, and spirit. Contact: Johanna Anderson, 12800 N Lake Shore Drive, 262-243-4265, [email protected] Undergraduate deadline: rolling. Undergraduate tuition: $29,250. Undergraduate degrees: 1,2,7,8. Graduate tuition: $18,390. Graduate degrees: 7. 50 music majors, 40 graduate students, 30 faculty, 3,500 total enrollment. 3 bands, 1 jazz band, 1 orch., 4 chor. 
http://www.cuw.edu/music

Lawrence University (Appleton)



Charting an uncommon course in higher education for 170 years. Lawrence University uniquely integrates a college of liberal arts and sciences with a conservatory for music, both devoted exclusively to undergraduate education. Consummate musicianship is paired with intellectual agility, cross-disciplinary problem solving, bold creativity and an entrepreneurial mindset. Contact: Mary Kate Smith, 711 East Boldt Way, 920-832-6993, [email protected] Tuition: $50,658. Degrees: 1,2,3,4,9. 350 music majors, 60 faculty, 1,500 total enrollment. 2 bands, 3 jazz bands, 2 orch., 4 chor.
www.lawrence.edu/conservatory

University of Wisconsin (Madison) is one of the top 10 public universities in the country, and the School of Music is ranked in the top 10% of comprehensive music programs. Undergraduate contact: Jared Jellison, 608-263-5986, [email protected] Graduate contact: James Doing, Jr., 608-263-3220, [email protected] Undergraduate degrees: 1,2,4. Graduate degrees: 1-6. 250 music majors, 150 grad. students, 50 faculty. 4 bands, 3 jazz bands, 2 orch., 7 chor.

University of Wisconsin (Milwaukee). At UW-Milwaukee’s Peck School of the Arts, artist/teachers maintain active careers nationally and internationally as solo performers, composers, scholars, and orchestral musicians (Milwaukee Sym­phony Or­ches­tra, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Florentine Opera, Milwaukee Ballet, et al). Contact: Jack Forbes, P.O. Box 413, 414-251-7687, [email protected] Undergraduate degrees: 1-6,12, collaborative piano, string pedagogy. Graduate degrees: 1,2,4,5,6, string pedagogy, music history/library science, chamber music performance, chamber music artist diploma. 250 music majors, 60 graduate students, 64 faculty, 25,000 undergraduate enrollment. 3 bands, 1 jazz band, 1 orch., 4 chor.

University of Wisconsin (Oshkosh). Where excellence and opportunity meet. We offer a high degree of individual attention with an outstanding, internationally recognized student-centered faculty, excellent facilities, and great performing opportunities. Study music in a comprehensive music program with innovative degrees in performance, music education, audio production, music business, and composition. Contact: Ashley Elmer, 800 Algoma Blvd., 920-424-4224, [email protected]: 1,2,4,11,13. 160 music majors, 31 faculty, 13,000 total enrollment. 2 bands, 2 jazz bands, 1 orch., 3 chor.

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