What makes our school unique?
The Benjamin T. Rome School of Music seeks to educate, engage, and energize its student body in a dynamic program that integrates classroom learning with real world performance, research, and teaching. Our variety of undergraduate and graduate majors allows each student to find his or her niche and to develop and grow into professional performing musicians, scholars, educators and composers who are ready for a 21st-century musical career. Music Students have the opportunity to enrich their studies through several study abroad programs including acting training at the London Dramatic Academy, Music studies in Vienna, CUA Rome Campus, Oxford University, and more.
With approximately 300 music students, the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music maintains a wonderful, diverse community for new students within the context of a medium-sized university. We offer a conservatory program within a liberal arts setting. With students from Washington, D.C., around the United States and throughout the world, the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music is a place of nurturing, growth, and diversity that welcomes students to its doors.