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Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

CALIFORNIA

City:

CLAREMONT

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Arts Management/Music Management, Choral Conducting, Church Music/Religious Music, Early Music Performance

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A private all-graduate institution founded in 1925. It is located in close proximity to Los Angeles and its impressive opportunities for professional experience in music and the arts. This is the graduate program institution of the five contiguous colleges: Scripps, Pitzer, Pomona and Claremont McKe...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

CALIFORNIA

City:

OAKLAND

Special Indexes:

Early Music Performance, Ethnomusicology/World Music, Institutions for Women Only, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Library Collections, Sound Archives, Sound Engineering, Traditional Instrument Performance

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A private liberal arts college for women founded in 1852 and gained its current name and status in 1865. It becomes co-educational at the graduate level. The library houses an extensive collection of the compositions of Darius Milhaud and a large collection of tapes of first performances of experim...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

CALIFORNIA

City:

SAN FRANCISCO

Special Indexes:

Community Music Training, Early Music Performance, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Opera Performance, Orchestral Conducting, Sound Engineering, Wellness for Musicians

Notes:

This private conservatory was founded in 1917 and gained its current name and status in 1923. The Conservatory has strengths in chamber music, the production and performance of new music, and opera performance. Facilities include a number of fine performance spaces, a computer centre, a baroque stud...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

CALIFORNIA

City:

STANFORD

Special Indexes:

Early Music Performance, Ethnomusicology/World Music, Instrument Collections, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Library Collections, Orchestral Conducting, Personal Archives, Sound Archives, Sound Engineering

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A private university situated on one of the largest campuses in the USA. It accepted its first students in 1891. The Department of Music, founded in 1947, houses a vast archive of recorded sound with some 300,000 recordings, including over 100,000 78 r.p.m. discs and a number of wax cylinders, whil...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

CALIFORNIA

City:

LOS ANGELES

Special Indexes:

Band Conducting, Choral Conducting, Early Music Performance, Ethnomusicology/World Music, Instrument Collections, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Library Collections, Opera Performance, Orchestral Conducting, Personal Archives, Sound Archives, Traditional Instrument Performance

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The University was founded in 1919 as the Southern Branch of the University of California and moved to its current location in Westwood in 1929. The School of Arts consists of departments of Art, Dance, Design, Music, Ethnomusicology and Architecture/Urban Design. Departments of Musicology and Art H...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

CALIFORNIA

City:

BERKELEY

Special Indexes:

Choral Conducting, Early Music Performance, Ethnomusicology/World Music, Instrument Collections, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Library Collections, Music Theatre Performance, Opera Performance, Orchestral Conducting, Personal Archives, Sound Archives, Sound Engineering, Traditional Instrument Performance

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The University can trace its history back to 1849. It became the University of California in 1868 and is the flagship campus and the oldest of the ten campuses of the University of California. The Hargrove Music Library holds one of the most extensive collections of books, scores and recorded materi...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

CALIFORNIA

City:

LOS ANGELES

Special Indexes:

Band Conducting, Choral Conducting, Church Music/Religious Music, Community Music Training, Early Music Performance, Ethnomusicology/World Music, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Library Collections, Opera Performance, Personal Archives, Sound Engineering

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A private university established in 1880. The School of Music, founded in 1884, is organised into three divisions - classical performance and composition, contemporary music, and scholarly and professional studies. It has access to a number of fine performance and rehearsal spaces. The music libra...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

COLORADO

City:

DENVER

Special Indexes:

Early Music Performance, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Library Collections

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A Catholic Jesuit university founded in 1877 in Las Vegas, New Mexico and moved to Colorado in 1884. The recently opened Recorder Music Center houses a number of significant collections of recorder music and music for other early instruments. It is the official repository for the papers and documen...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

CONNECTICUT

City:

NEW HAVEN

Special Indexes:

Choral Conducting, Church Music/Religious Music, Early Music Performance, Instrument Collections, Library Collections

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Yale University is a private Ivy League institutione that can trace its history back to 1701. There are three music divisions, each with a separate entry: • The Department of Music, part of Yale College and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. • The School of Music. • The Institute of Sac...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

FLORIDA

City:

MIAMI

Special Indexes:

Arts Management/Music Management, Band Conducting, Choral Conducting, Early Music Performance, Instrument Collections, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Opera Performance, Orchestral Conducting, Sound Engineering

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A state-supported university with a strong cosmopolitan outlook. It was founded in 1965 and opened for classes in 1972. The Department of Music is housed in the Herbert and Nicole Wertheim Performing Arts Center with a number of fine performing spaces, a state-of-the-art electronic music studio, ins...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

FLORIDA

City:

TALLAHASSEE

Special Indexes:

Arts Management/Music Management, Band Conducting, Choral Conducting, Church Music/Religious Music, Early Music Performance, Ethnomusicology/World Music, Instrument Collections, Instrument Making/Maintenance, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Music Theatre Performance, Music Therapy, Opera Performance, Orchestral Conducting, Traditional Instrument Performance

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The University can trace its history back to 1823. It gained its current name and status in 1947. The School of Music houses a Center for Music Research and a Center for Music of the Americas with focus on music of the peoples of north, south and central America and the Caribbean. It is home to the ...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

GEORGIA

City:

DECATUR

Special Indexes:

Early Music Performance, Institutions for Women Only, Instrument Collections, Jazz/Popular Music Performance

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A private women’s college of Presbyterian heritage, founded in 1889. The music department owns four organs, a German double harpsichord and a set of Ghanaian drums....

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

ILLINOIS

City:

URBANA

Special Indexes:

Band Conducting, Choral Conducting, Early Music Performance, Ethnomusicology/World Music, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Kodály, Library Collections, Opera Performance, Orchestral Conducting, Orff Schulwerk, Sound Engineering

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This state-supported university, consistently ranked among the strongest professional music schools in the USA, is the flagship institution of the University of Illinois system. The university has campuses in Chicago, Urbana-Champaign and Springfield. The School of Music occupies several buildings a...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

INDIANA

City:

BLOOMINGTON

Special Indexes:

Arts Management/Music Management, Band Conducting, Choral Conducting, Church Music/Religious Music, Early Music Performance, Ethnomusicology/World Music, Instrument Collections, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Kodály, Library Collections, Music Librarianship Training, Opera Performance, Orchestral Conducting, Orff Schulwerk, Sound Archives, Sound Engineering, Traditional Instrument Performance, Wellness for Musicians

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A state-supported university founded in 1829 as Indiana College. It gained its current name and status in 1838 and is the flagship institution of the Indiana University system. The Jacobs School of Music presents over 1,100 performances each year. There are programs in wellness for musicians. The W...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

KANSAS

City:

MANHATTAN

Special Indexes:

Band Conducting, Choral Conducting, Early Music Performance, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Music Theatre Performance, Sound Engineering

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The University was founded in 1858 as Bluemont Central College and gained its current name and status in 1959. It is the oldest public university in Kansas, with campuses in Manhattan, Salina and Olathe. The music department has access to several fine performing spaces and there is an active opera p...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

KANSAS

City:

LAWRENCE

Special Indexes:

Band Conducting, Choral Conducting, Church Music/Religious Music, Early Music Performance, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Music Therapy, Opera Performance, Orchestral Conducting, Sound Archives

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A state-supported university founded in 1866. The music department sees one particular strength as in organ playing and church music. The Department of Music is housed in Murphy Hall, with a number of fine performing spaces. There is an opera program, an annual jazz festival and a Symposium of Conte...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

MARYLAND

City:

BALTIMORE

Special Indexes:

Choral Conducting, Early Music Performance, Instrument Collections, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Library Collections, Opera Performance, Orchestral Conducting, Sound Archives, Sound Engineering, Wellness for Musicians

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The private Johns Hopkins University is the home of the Peabody Institute, a music and dance conservatory founded in 1857, which since 1977 has operated as the music division of the University. There is an active opera program and a wellness program for maintenance of good practices in developing mu...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

MASSACHUSETTS

City:

AMHERST

Special Indexes:

Early Music Performance, Ethnomusicology/World Music, Instrument Collections, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Opera Performance, Traditional Instrument Performance

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Amherst College is a private liberal arts institution founded in 1821. The Department of Music owns a Javanese gamelan. It is one of a five-college consortium which shares programs for the purpose of extending and enriching their collective educational resources. The other neighbouring colleges form...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

MASSACHUSETTS

City:

BOSTON

Special Indexes:

Choral Conducting, Church Music/Religious Music, Early Music Performance, Ethnomusicology/World Music, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Library Collections, Opera Performance, Orchestral Conducting

Notes:

A private non-sectarian university. The School of Music was founded in 1872, and is the oldest degree-granting music program in USA. The College of Fine Arts comprises three main divisions: music, theatre and visual arts. There is a full opera program offered through the Opera Institute. The Music D...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

MASSACHUSETTS

City:

AMHERST

Special Indexes:

Early Music Performance, Ethnomusicology/World Music, Jazz/Popular Music Performance

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A private liberal arts institution, Hampshire College was founded in 1970. There are no pre-set majors, but courses are developed according to individual student interests. The main emphasis is on encouraging students to study, compose, perform and improvise in various genres. Facilities include wel...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

MASSACHUSETTS

City:

CAMBRIDGE

Special Indexes:

Community Music Training, Eurhythmics/Dalcroze, Early Music Performance, Instrument Collections, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Library Collections, Opera Performance, Suzuki, Wellness for Musicians

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A private school of music founded in 1915 to provide training in the French conservatoire style. In 2012 the school merged with Bard College Conservatory of Music and now offers programs in performance, chamber music, collaborative piano, composition, Dalcroze Eurhythmics, early music, modern Americ...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

MASSACHUSETTS

City:

SOUTH HADLEY

Special Indexes:

Early Music Performance, Ethnomusicology/World Music, Institutions for Women Only

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Mount Holyoke College is a private liberal arts women's college, founded in 1837 as Mount Holyoke Female Seminary. It gained its current name in 1893. The music department is housed in Pratt Music Hall. ...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

MASSACHUSETTS

City:

NORTHAMPTON

Special Indexes:

Early Music Performance, Ethnomusicology/World Music, Institutions for Women Only, Instrument Collections

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A private college for women founded in 1875. It becomes co-educational at graduate level. The music department is housed in Sage Hall and has access to a number of fine performance spaces. It owns a gamelan. Smith College is the nation’s largest liberal arts college for women. It is one of a five-...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

MASSACHUSETTS

City:

AMHERST

Special Indexes:

Band Conducting, Choral Conducting, Early Music Performance, Ethnomusicology/World Music, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Orchestral Conducting

Notes:

A state university founded in 1863 and gained its current name and status in 1947. It is the flagship institution of the University of Massachusetts system. The University is one of a five-college consortium which shares programs for the purpose of extending and enriching their collective educationa...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

MICHIGAN

City:

INTERLOCHEN

Special Indexes:

Choral Conducting, Early Music Performance, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Library Collections, Opera Performance, Sound Archives, Sound Engineering

Notes:

The Interlochen Center for the Arts is a privately-owned, 1,200-acre arts education institution. Its Arts Academy High School was founded in 1962, and offers full academic programs in upper secondary school subjects as well as intensive specific programs in comparative arts, creative writing, dance,...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

MICHIGAN

City:

ANN ARBOR

Special Indexes:

Arts Management/Music Management, Band Conducting, Choral Conducting, Church Music/Religious Music, Eurhythmics/Dalcroze, Early Music Performance, Ethnomusicology/World Music, Instrument Collections, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Music Theatre Performance, Opera Performance, Orchestral Conducting, Sound Engineering

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A state-supported university. The School of Music was founded in 1880. Its program includes studies in music, dance, theatre and music theatre, with an enthusiastic opera and musical theatre program. The Jessye Norman Master Class Series sponsors master classes and visits by distinguished vocal arti...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

MICHIGAN

City:

KALAMAZOO

Special Indexes:

Band Conducting, Choral Conducting, Early Music Performance, Ethnomusicology/World Music, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Music Theatre Performance, Music Therapy, Opera Performance, Sound Engineering

Notes:

A state-supported university founded in 1903. The School of Music is housed in the Dorothy U Dalton Center and is an All-Steinway School. Member of the National Association of Schools of Music. ...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

MINNESOTA

City:

NORTHFIELD

Special Indexes:

Church Music/Religious Music, Early Music Performance, Instrument Collections, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Music Theatre Performance, Opera Performance

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A private liberal arts college supported by the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and founded in 1874. The music department has access to a number of fine performance spaces. There are nine organs on campus and a set of handbells as well as a flourishing music theatre/opera program. Member of t...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

NEW HAMPSHIRE

City:

RINDGE

Special Indexes:

Early Music Performance, Sound Engineering

Notes:

Founded in 1962 and formerly known as Franklin Pierce College, this private institution was granted its current name and status in 2007. The music department has an early music performance group ‘Lachrimae’. ...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

NEW YORK

City:

FLUSHING

Special Indexes:

Band Conducting, Choral Conducting, Eurhythmics/Dalcroze, Early Music Performance, Ethnomusicology/World Music, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Library Collections, Opera Performance, Orchestral Conducting, Personal Archives, Suzuki, Traditional Instrument Performance

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The City University of New York (CUNY) was founded in 1961. It consists of 20 Colleges at which music is offered in eleven. Queens College, itself founded in 1937, became part of the City University of New York in 1961. The School of Music has access to several fine performance spaces, including tho...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

NEW YORK

City:

NEW YORK

Special Indexes:

Early Music Performance, Ethnomusicology/World Music, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Library Collections, Sound Archives, Sound Engineering

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A private Ivy League university founded in 1754, being the oldest institute of higher learning in New York State. The music department was established by Edward MacDowell in 1896. Undergraduate music programs are taken at the affiliated Barnard College, Columbia Teachers’ College, the School of Ge...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

NEW YORK

City:

ITHACA

Special Indexes:

Early Music Performance, Ethnomusicology/World Music, Instrument Collections, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Library Collections, Sound Archives, Traditional Instrument Performance

Notes:

A privately-endowed Ivy League university founded in 1865. The first chair of musicology in an American university was created at Cornell in 1930. Master’s degrees are not considered terminal degrees at Cornell; they are earned during the programs leading to doctoral degrees. The University is th...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

NEW YORK

City:

ROCHESTER

Special Indexes:

Arts Management/Music Management, Band Conducting, Choral Conducting, Church Music/Religious Music, Early Music Performance, Ethnomusicology/World Music, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Library Collections, Opera Performance, Orchestral Conducting, Personal Archives, Repetiteur Training/Coaching, Sound Archives, Wellness for Musicians

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The Eastman School of Music was founded in 1921. Ensembles include three symphony orchestras, three choral groups, seven jazz ensembles, two wind ensembles, a student-run contemporary music ensemble (’Ossia’), Musica Nova (a contemporary ensemble), Collegium Musicum (early music), trombone choir...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

NEW YORK

City:

ITHACA

Special Indexes:

Band Conducting, Choral Conducting, Early Music Performance, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Library Collections, Music Theatre Performance, Opera Performance, Orchestral Conducting, Personal Archives, Sound Engineering, Suzuki, Wellness for Musicians

Notes:

A private college founded in 1892 as a music conservatory. Since that time the college has developed into a comprehensive institution comprising Schools of Business, Communications, Health Sciences and Human Performance, Humanities and Sciences as well as the School of Music which is housed in the J...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

NEW YORK

City:

NEW YORK

Special Indexes:

Community Music Training, Eurhythmics/Dalcroze, Early Music Performance, Instrument Collections, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Library Collections, Opera Performance, Orchestral Conducting, Sound Engineering, Wellness for Musicians

Notes:

A private school founded in 1905. There are divisions of music, dance and drama. The emphasis throughout is on performance and the School has access to a number of fine performance spaces. An Institute of Jazz Studies was created in 2001. The Juilliard Opera Center trains opera singers. There is a C...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

NEW YORK

City:

NEW YORK

Special Indexes:

Arts Management/Music Management, Choral Conducting, Early Music Performance, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Library Collections, Music Theatre Performance, Opera Performance, Orchestral Conducting, Sound Engineering

Notes:

Originally founded in 1916 as The David Mannes Music School, and following a number of name and location changes, this institution in 1989 joined The New School, a private research university in New York City as part of The New School's College of Performing Arts, alongside The New School for Drama ...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

NEW YORK

City:

NEW YORK

Special Indexes:

Arts Management/Music Management, Community Music Training, Early Music Performance, Ethnomusicology/World Music, Instrument Collections, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Kodály, Library Collections, Music Theatre Performance, Music Therapy, Sound Archives, Sound Engineering, Traditional Instrument Performance

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This institution, now known as the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development, was founded in 1890 and is the first school of pedagogy to be established at an American university. Earlier known as New York University School of Education, it was given its current name and status i...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

NORTH CAROLINA

City:

BOONE

Special Indexes:

Arts Management/Music Management, Band Conducting, Choral Conducting, Church Music/Religious Music, Eurhythmics/Dalcroze, Early Music Performance, Ethnomusicology/World Music, Instrument Collections, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Kodály, Music Therapy, Opera Performance, Orchestral Conducting, Orff Schulwerk, Sound Engineering, Traditional Instrument Performance, Wellness for Musicians

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The University was founded in 1899 as a teachers' college and gained its current name and status in 1967. The Musicum Collegium specialises in early music performance. There is an active opera program. Facilities include a state-of-the-art recording studio and sets of Indian tablas, African percussi...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

NORTH CAROLINA

City:

GREENSBORO

Special Indexes:

Band Conducting, Choral Conducting, Early Music Performance, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Library Collections, Music Theatre Performance, Opera Performance, Orchestral Conducting, Wellness for Musicians

Notes:

A state-supported university founded in 1891 and forming part of the 16-campus university that makes up the University of North Carolina. The School of Music is housed in a large purpose-built music building with access to several fine performing spaces. The Miles Davis jazz Studies Program offers s...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

NORTH CAROLINA

City:

WINSTON-SALEM

Special Indexes:

Early Music Performance, Instrument Collections, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Library Collections, Opera Performance, Wellness for Musicians

Notes:

A private non-sectarian liberal arts university founded in 1834. The music department is housed in the Scales Fine Arts Centre which also houses departments of art, dance and theatre arts. Facilities include some fine performance spaces, a well-equipped computer laboratory and a 48-bell carillon. T...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

OHIO

City:

BEXLEY

Special Indexes:

Choral Conducting, Early Music Performance, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Kodály, Music Theatre Performance, Opera Performance, Suzuki

Notes:

A small private university founded in 1830, supported by the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. The Conservatory has access to several fine performance spaces and houses a state-of-the-art MIDI-based electronic music studio. There is an active opera program. It has ties with the Kodály Institu...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

OHIO

City:

CLEVELAND

Special Indexes:

Band Conducting, Choral Conducting, Community Music Training, Eurhythmics/Dalcroze, Early Music Performance, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Opera Performance, Orchestral Conducting, Sound Engineering, Suzuki, Wellness for Musicians

Notes:

An independent classical music conservatory founded in 1920, with Ernest Bloch as its first director. The staff of the Institute includes over 40 members and retired members of the Cleveland Orchestra. It is an All-Steinway School where programs focus solely on classical music. A Joint Music Program...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

OHIO

City:

OBERLIN

Special Indexes:

Choral Conducting, Early Music Performance, Ethnomusicology/World Music, Instrument Collections, Instrument Making/Maintenance, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Library Collections, Opera Performance, Orchestral Conducting, Sound Engineering, Suzuki, Traditional Instrument Performance, Wellness for Musicians

Notes:

An independent co-educational college founded in 1833 of Christian heritage. It was the first college to grant undergraduate degrees to women, and was historically a leader in educating black Americans. The Conservatory operates a vital contemporary music program. Some emphasis is also placed on per...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

OREGON

City:

EUGENE

Special Indexes:

Arts Management/Music Management, Band Conducting, Choral Conducting, Early Music Performance, Ethnomusicology/World Music, Instrument Collections, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Opera Performance, Orchestral Conducting, Sound Engineering

Notes:

A state-supported university founded in 1876. The School of Music sees its particular strengths as in composition, performance, jazz studies and music education. Facilities include state-of-the-art music technololgy labs. There is a collection of orchestral and band instruments, early keyboard instr...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

PENNSYLVANIA

City:

PHILADELPHIA

Special Indexes:

Early Music Performance, Library Collections, Opera Performance, Orchestral Conducting, Sound Archives, Wellness for Musicians

Notes:

A private institution founded in 1924 aiming 'to train exceptionally gifted young musicians for careers as performing artists on the highest professional level'. Entry is by live audition. All students are awarded full scholarships; no tuition fees are payable. Voice applicants must be between the a...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

SOUTH DAKOTA

City:

VERMILLION

Special Indexes:

Early Music Performance, Ethnomusicology/World Music, Instrument Collections, Library Collections, Music Theatre Performance, Sound Archives, Traditional Instrument Performance

Notes:

A state-supported university. Founded in 1862, it is the oldest institution of higher learning in South Dakota and is the flagship university for the state. The College of Fine Arts offers programs in art, music and theatre. The University's National Music Museum and Center for the Study of the His...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

TEXAS

City:

FORT WORTH

Special Indexes:

Arts Management/Music Management, Band Conducting, Choral Conducting, Church Music/Religious Music, Early Music Performance, Ethnomusicology/World Music, Instrument Collections, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Opera Performance, Orchestral Conducting, Repetiteur Training/Coaching, Suzuki

Notes:

A private university founded in 1873. The School of Music is housed in the Ed Landreth Hall and the Mary D and F Howard Walsh Center for Performing Arts, with a number of fine performance spaces. Facilities include four pipe organs, two harpsichords, a clavichord and a collection of baroque and rena...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

TEXAS

City:

HOUSTON

Special Indexes:

Band Conducting, Choral Conducting, Church Music/Religious Music, Early Music Performance, Kodály, Opera Performance, Orchestral Conducting, Suzuki

Notes:

A state-assisted university. Founded in 1927, it gained its current name and status in 1934. Facilities include the 144,000 square feet Moores School of Music building which includes the 800-seat Edythe Bates Old Moores Opera Center, more than sixty practice rooms and large ensemble rehearsal rooms....

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

TEXAS

City:

DENTON

Special Indexes:

Arts Management/Music Management, Band Conducting, Choral Conducting, Early Music Performance, Ethnomusicology/World Music, Instrument Collections, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Kodály, Library Collections, Music Therapy, Opera Performance, Orchestral Conducting, Sound Archives, Sound Engineering, Traditional Instrument Performance, Wellness for Musicians

Notes:

A state-supported university established in 1890 as a teachers’ college. It gained its current name and status in 1988. The College of Music is the second largest comprehensive music school in the USA. It sees the jazz program as one of its many strengths, with some thirteen 20-member ensembles. T...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

WASHINGTON

City:

SEATTLE

Special Indexes:

Early Music Performance, Instrument Collections, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Music Theatre Performance, Opera Performance

Notes:

Founded in 1914 as the Cornish School, this institution gained its current name and status in 1986. The Cornish College of the Arts is a private non-profit performance and visual arts college with departments of music, dance, visual arts, theatre, design and performance production. The music departm...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

WASHINGTON

City:

TACOMA

Special Indexes:

Early Music Performance, Jazz/Popular Music Performance

Notes:

A private Christian university of Lutheran heritage, founded in 1890 by Norwegian immigrants. The School of Arts & Communication offers programs in art & design, communication, dance, music and theatre. The music department is housed in the Mary Baker Russell Music Center. Member of the Nat...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

WASHINGTON

City:

SEATTLE

Special Indexes:

Choral Conducting, Early Music Performance, Ethnomusicology/World Music, Instrument Collections, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Library Collections, Opera Performance, Orchestral Conducting, Sound Archives

Notes:

A state-supported university founded in 1861. The School of Music has access to several fine performing spaces. There is a Center for Advanced Research Technology in the Arts and Humanities (covering visual art, literary arts, music). The Ethnomusicology Archives holds a vast collection of field re...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

WISCONSIN

City:

RIPON

Special Indexes:

Early Music Performance, Instrument Collections

Notes:

Ripon College is a private liberal arts and sciences institution founded in 1851. The music department is housed in the Rodman Center for the Arts. The department has a keyboard instrument collection, which includes two Hornung-Muller grand pianos, a Bedient tracker organ in the 17th century North ...

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

WISCONSIN

City:

MADISON

Special Indexes:

Band Conducting, Choral Conducting, Early Music Performance, Instrument Collections, Jazz/Popular Music Performance, Library Collections, Music Librarianship Training, Opera Performance, Orchestral Conducting

Notes:

A state-supported university founded in 1848. It is the flagship campus of the University of Wisconsin System. There is an active early music group. Facilities include a state-of-the-art Center for Music Technology. The music school maintains an instrument shop with a huge collection of more than 1...