The mission of the Georgia State University School of Music is to preserve, promote and advance humanity’s rich and expanding tradition of artistic music-making through performance, composition, education and research in accordance with the urban and global initiatives of the university.
The Georgia State University School of Music enrolls approximately 450 students representing 6 countries and 21 states.
Students in the School of Music regularly work with the foremost individuals in their fields, including guest artists and teachers, members of the Atlanta Symphony, leaders in the music industry and the School’s own faculty. A groundbreaking program conducted in affiliation with several leading universities and arts organizations trains performance and composition majors in the important field of community engagement — an evolving dimension of career development for performers, composers and music educators.
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