Associate Department Head for Graduate Studies
Associate Department Head for Undergraduate Studies
Bass, Frogley, Fuchs, Junda, Kaminsky, Mills, Renshaw, Stanley, Stephens
Felder, Hanzlik, Jackson, Rice, Rock, Spillane, Squibbs
The Master’s Program
The Master of Music degree is offered with a concentration in performance (including an area of emphasis in conducting). Areas of concentration leading to the Master of Arts degree are historical musicology and theory. Admission requirements in addition to those of the Graduate School are as follows: Applicants in historical musicology and theory are required to submit a writing sample. All applicants must take the University of Connecticut Graduate Theory Placement Exam. Applicants in applied performance and conducting are required to audition for admission. The M.A. degree programs require a minimum of 24 credits plus nine credits of GRAD 5950–Thesis Research and a master’s thesis. M.Mus. programs require a minimum of 30 credits.
The D.M.A. Program
Applicants are expected to demonstrate outstanding musical ability and have a superior record of previous performance and scholarship. A completed master’s degree is required for admission. Holding a master’s degree from the University or from any other institution, however, does not render the applicant automatically admissible to the D.M.A. program. Areas of Concentration offered are Conducting and Performance. A personal audition is required as part of the application process. Inquiries should be addressed to: Coordinator of Graduate Studies, Department of Music, 1295 Storrs Road, U-1012, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT 06269-1012 or by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The Ph.D. Program
Concentrations in Music Theory and History. For specific information concerning admission to the Ph.D. program, students should write to the Coordinator of Graduate Studies in Music, Department of Music, Unit 1012, Storrs, Connecticut 06269-1012 or by e-mail email@example.com
Graduate Performer’s Certificate
For information concerning the Graduate Performer’s Certificate, write to the Department of Music, Unit 1012, Storrs, Connecticut 06269-1012 or by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The Music and Dramatic Arts Library maintains an extensive collection of books, scores, periodicals, audio and video recordings, and electronic resources. Listening facilities are available to students in the library. Unique research facilities include the Department’s computer laboratory, the music recording studio, and the Professor Bruce Bellingham Collection of Period Instruments. The von der Mehden Recital Hall is used for student and faculty performances and houses digital recording facilities. The Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts provides a full season of concerts, including performances by major symphony orchestras, chamber musicians and internationally known solo artists.