Studying music offers the option of different viewpoints, genres, eras, and sounds. You will build your skills through multiple modes: performance, composition, technology, history, and cultural studies. You can combine music with other fields in the arts, humanities, and sciences, giving you more lenses to approach sounds and the people who make them.
Music is one of three major performing arts. The other two include dance and theater. Students interested in the two sister disciplines may enroll in classes such as Dance Immersion, Cuban Salsa, and Public Speaking as Performance.
Programs change from year to year with rotating programs in music performance,ethnomusicology, music technology, music and literature, musical theater, and others.
|Alexandria, Catherine (Jehrin)||dance, ballet, movement therapy|
|Buchman, Andrew||music composition|
|Elliott, Marla||performance, voice, community studies|
|Fischer, Dylan||forest and plant ecology|
|Kamen, Ben||music technology and theory|
|Speights, Arlen||computer studies|
|Vergara, Zenaida||Audio and Music Production|
|Williamson, Elizabeth||English literature, theater studies|
|Wolach, David||creative writing, poetics, aesthetics, media/performing arts|