Serious about music … serious about the liberal arts Our department of music seeks to distinguish itself among liberal arts college music departments in the United States. Our curriculum is modeled on the best features of a music conservatory, but we are small enough to offer personal attention. Lesson fees are waived, thanks to the generosity of the Jack Niblack ’98 Music Lessons Fund.
Sacred Heart University is a great school with a vibrant arts community and a growing program. Though no music degrees are currently offered, there are music scholarships, private lessons, ensemble opportunities and concerts to participate in.
Program includes: orchestra, chamber music, pedagogy, orchestral harp studies. Double majors with harp and Music Ed, Arts Management, or Music Production and Technology offered.
Program studies for harpists include orchestral training, chamber music, pedagogy and solo training, in addition to required course curriculum. Additional performance opportunities monthly in conjunction with Guitar and Harp Department. Outside gig opportunities available for students through Hartt GigLine.
The UConn Department of Music has a proud tradition of preparing future performers, composers, and teachers, while also enriching the life experience of the campus and wider community. Music alumni credit their success to the start they received at UConn, prizing both the focus given to their specialties and the opportunities to experience new, often path-changing, instruction and events.
The Wesleyan University Music Department provides a unique and pioneering environment for advanced exploration committed to the study, performance, and composition of music from a perspective that recognizes and engages the breadth and diversity of the world’s musics and technologies. As an integral part of one of the nation’s leading liberal arts institutions, the department has enjoyed an international reputation for innovation and excellence.