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Horn Professor Gregory Miller Appointed Director of The School of Music
Miller plans to create ‘new opportunities for inclusion, diversity, equity and access.’Read More about Horn Professor Gregory Miller Appointed Director of The School of Music
Maryland Opera Studio Performs “Make Our Garden Grow”
Opera singers virtually perform Bernstein favorite from “Candide.”Read More about Maryland Opera Studio Performs “Make Our Garden Grow”
Congratulations Class of 2020!
An online celebration featuring remarks from our director and a personal message to each graduate.Read More about Congratulations Class of 2020!
A Virtual Commencement Performance
The UMD Symphony Orchestra performs "Jupiter" from Holst's "The Planets."Read More about Virtual Performance of "Jupiter"
Special Delivery: Pianos To Students' Homes
School of Music, Steinway harmonize to help 7 performers keep practicing.Read More about Special Delivery: Pianos To Students' Homes
The University of Maryland School of Music provides an exceptional professional musical education within the context of a liberal arts college and a major research university.
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Our faculty and students engage in research and creative work that ranges from performances at the Kennedy Center to masterclasses in local schools, and from international conferences to community-centered workshops. Our scholarship results in recordings, articles, books and editions that reveal music’s beauty and complexity.Explore
We facilitate robust relationships between our students and the greater community to create global, service minded artist-citizens. By sharing their music education, our students provide underserved and under-resourced communities with meaningful access to and inclusion in the arts.Engage With Us