The department combines an excellent faculty and first-rate facilities in the midst of a small, residential college. The Music Department has been an accredited member of the National Association of Schools of Music for more than 75 years.
Why choose Wittenberg? Read comments from current students. At Wittenberg, you will find many opportunities to get involved with music: take lessons, courses in a variety of areas (music theory, world music, popular music, music appreciation, and much more), perform in a music ensemble or two, attend concerts in one of our several performance venues.
More than $350,000 in music scholarships are awarded annually, available to all students regardless of major. We hope you will audition! Learn more »
Have questions about Wittenberg’s music program? Contact:
Dr. Daniel Kazez, Professor of Music
Music Admission Coordinator
9/23/2013 David Crean, University Organist and adjunct instructor of music, is a featured performer on this week’s broadcast of Pipedreams, a nationally syndicated radio program of American Public Media featuring music for the pipe organ. Crean’s performance was recorded live in Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center. Click here, click on 1338 Hour 2, and then slide to time setting 97:39. More on David Crean.
8/29/2013 Music Department releases InTune 2.0
8/26/2013 Dr. Jimmy Shepherd appointed Director of Choirs
8/26/2013 New adjunct faculty: Kimberly Buczek, David Crean, William Mattox, Jeanne Norton
7/9/2013 National Association of Schools of Music Re-accreditation
2/28/2013 Music alumna selected Executive Director of Springfield Symphony