Facebook | Website The mission of the School of Music is to provide an education that will produce outstanding musicians who are skilled, knowledgeable, creative and articulate.
At the same time, Carnegie Mellon University offers the unique opportunity to broaden students’ educational base, while preparing them for professional careers in music.
The second focus, Industry, harnesses our department’s existing Music Business curriculum to examine topics as diverse as artist management, music distribution, licensing, copywriting, marketing and promotion, and music law.
But since Albright also houses one of the country’s leading programs in Music Business (Billboard, 2013), at Albright music is also commerce.
Our interdisciplinary and experiential approach to learning is the perfect environment for aspiring artists and budding entrepreneurs to collaborate and envision the creative path of professional music in the near and distant future.
Facebook | Website Welcome to the Bucknell University Department of Music.
At Bucknell, students who share a passion for music collaborate with a faculty of active performers, composers, and scholars to study, perform, and explore music from the various historical periods and diverse cultural traditions.
One of the finest aspects to Albright’s interdisciplinary approach to learning is that our students are actively encouraged to expand their intellectual horizons by combining disparate areas of concentration to tailor-make an undergraduate experience as academically unique and satisfying as they can imagine.
For those students who wish to augment their academic experience with an added focus in Music Industry Studies, we offer a five-course minor.
Facebook | Website In the Fall of 2014, the Department of Music introduced our bachelor of arts degree in Music Industry Studies — an interdisciplinary major that integrates three academic areas of focus: Artistry, Industry, and Technology.
The first focus, Artistry, includes courses in music history, theory, harmony, songwriting, commercial arranging, and private instruction (voice, piano, guitar, etc.).
Facebook | Website The strength of Allegheny’s music program can be measured by the way music pervades the campus: one out of every 6 students is actively involved in a vocal or instrumental performance group.