We are a supportive community of faculty and graduate students located on a beautiful campus in a musically-rich city. With a low student-to-faculty ratio, individual attention is a hallmark of our department.
All students accepted for the Ph.D. program receive generous six-year funding packages, with additional support for language study, research, and conference travel.
Our graduates currently hold positions in research universities, conservatories, liberal arts colleges, and engineering schools, as well as arts institutions outside academia.
We share an integrated view of musical scholarship: graduate coursework exposes all students to advanced study in musicology, ethnomusicology, and theory.