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The School of Music in the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at Arizona State University is one of the top music schools in the nation.
|Associate Director||Robert Oldani|
|Assistant Director||Margaret Schmidt|
|Degrees + Majors||39 graduate and undergraduate degrees and 2 undergraduate minors.|
|Faculty||61 full–time faculty|
8 part–time faculty
37 faculty associates
|Students||753 students enrolled as music majors representing 43 states and 24 countries.|
|Scholarships||Approximately half our students receive both special talent and named award scholarships.|
|Ranking||The graduate programs rank among the top 20 in the nation according to U.S.News and World Report.|
|Performances||The School of Music presents more than 800 recitals and concerts each year.|
The String Quartet Residency has featured such notable groups as the Juilliard Quartet and the St. Lawrence String Quartet.
|Performance Halls||Katzin Concert Hall is home to the Faculty Artist Recital Series and all guest-artists concerts. The hall seats 375. |
Organ Hall houses the Fritts organ and a 17th-century Italian organ in a setting acoustically designed for these instruments.
Evelyn Smith Music Theatre is a 500-seat hall based on the design of Wagner’s Bayreuth opera house where Lyric Opera Theatre stages four full productions yearly.
Recital Hall, an intimate 125-seat hall is the venue for student and small ensemble recitals.
ASU Gammage, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, is home to School of Music ensembles, the Broadway Performance Series and numerous guest artists and events throughout the year.
|Music Library||88,000 scores and books; 35,000 recordings; and digital-media and reserve resources. Learn more.|
|Alumni||Alumni are performing and teaching all over the world, from elementary music programs to the Metropolitan Opera. The reputation of our programs and faculty help ensure our graduates attain top positions.|
|Innovative Programs||The School of Music is home to the only accredited Music Therapy degree in the region.|
|Community||The School of Music operates 40 partnerships with community arts and education organizations. Learn more.|