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Music Schools & Colleges in New Hampshire

Dartmouth College
Hanover, NH
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Led by an internationally acclaimed faculty of composers, performers, conductors, music theorists, historians, musicologists, ethnomusicologists, and technology innovators, the Dartmouth Music Department is at the cutting edge of today’s music scholarship. We offer courses from beginning to graduate levels in performance practice, conducting, music history and criticism, non-western music, instrumental and digital music composition, music technology, and music theory.

Franklin Pierce University
Rindge, NH
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The Music curriculum provides a foundation for students who intend to pursue graduate study or a professional career in music. The program at Franklin Pierce University offers a wide array of opportunities for instrumental and vocal study, performance, and the pursuit of music theory, history and music technology.

Keene State College
Keene, NH
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In accord with the stated mission of Keene State College, the Music Department embraces the concept that a strong liberal arts education, balanced with comprehensive training in music, will prepare students for a purposeful and fulfilling life. Our department is committed to offering every music student an education based on a high-quality curriculum, excellence in musicianship, and a commitment to develop the student’s talents and perspectives.

Plymouth State University
Plymouth, NH
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Music majors at Plymouth State receive a great deal of individualized attention from master teachers, and many opportunities to perform. Our commitment to teaching is reflected in the quality of instruction and guidance which our students receive at all levels and in all of our degree programs.

University of New Hampshire
Durham, NH
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The mission of the University of New Hampshire Department of Music is to advance the art of music and its related disciplines, promoting opportunities for creative and scholarly innovation, while preserving diverse repertories and cultural traditions. The Department is dedicated to excellence in teaching, research, creative expression, and service. In addition, it strives to advance musical culture among residents of the state and region, as well as within the UNH community.