Music DepartmentMS-B1801Hamline University1536 Hewitt AvenueSaint Paul, MN 55104
George ChuDepartment Chair651email@example.com
“So long as the human
spirit thrives, music in some living form will accompany and sustain it and
give it expressive meaning.” (Copland)
Music is an essential aspect of life at Hamline. Its performance and study are central to the
experience of the liberal arts. Active
involvement and leadership by students is emphasized through individual
performance study, recitals, and ensemble concerts.
Courses and ensembles are open to all, and students are
encouraged to develop as complete musicians. In addition to historical,
theoretical, and cultural studies, learning opportunities beyond the classroom
include study abroad, internships, and individual research. Degrees offered range from the Bachelor of
Arts to the Artist Diploma. Our graduates
pursue careers in performance, composing, teaching, and interdisciplinary areas
of the fine arts.
Sundin Music Hall provides a home to the outstanding professional
musical life of the Twin Cities and beyond.
The Music Department is a longstanding member of the National
Association of Schools of Music, with highly specialized faculty focused on the
collaborative training of musicians.
Learn more about auditioning for ensembles and private lessons
Learn more about scholarship auditions for prospective students
Hamline alum, Tim Buzza, is featured on Classical MPR's Teacher Feature. Listen to Tim's interview and learn about his great work as a Music Specialist at Patrick Henry High School in Minneapolis.
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Hamline forensic science students and a faculty member were featured in a story on KARE 11 News that illustrated the physical evidence a person leaves behind in a given day and how forensic scientists might collect and examine those clues.
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