Lawrence University Conservatory of Music

Lawrence University believes that education is a collaborative experience. We are the nation’s only conservatory of music within a college of liberal arts and sciences—both devoted exclusively to undergraduate education.

That means undergraduates get all the faculty attention and performance opportunities. In our conservatory of music, you will work closely with world-class professors who are also world-class performers, composers and scholars.

That’s the power of collaboration.

We are committed to a rigorous focus on core musicianship, surrounded and infused by a growing number of engaging opportunities that can help students best prepare themselves to create their own 21st century musical lives. The 21st century needs 21st-century musicians.

Lawrence University Conservatory is proud to announce that one of its double degree students was named one of 50 national Watson Fellowship recipients for 2015. This year-long paid fellowship allows new graduates to explore an area of their passion anywhere in the world.

Conservatory2  allows terrific opportunities for our students to grow their music career through a number of internships.  From New York Academy, Deep Listening Institute and Carnegie Hall Community Programs, current students get hand on experiences outside of the classroom.

With 4 music degree options and numerous ensembles (many open to musicians regardless of their major), we invite you to explore our website (and eventually explore our campus) to see why we believe that our education at Lawrence University is a collaborative experience.

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