Professor Patrick Freer Travels to Bogota, Colombia for a Conductor Residency

The School of Music faculty continues to connect across the globe, this time in South America where Professor of Music, Patrick K. Freer recently returned from a Conductor in Residence program with the Orquesta Filarmónica de Bogotá (Colombia).

The residency incorporated Professor Freer’s research area of working with adolescent boys and their… more »

Ph.D. Candidate Steven Anderson Receives the Provost Dissertation Fellowship

Posted On June 29, 2017

Congratulations to Ph.D. candidate Steven Anderson who is a recipient of the Provost Dissertation Fellowship. The internal fellowship supports doctoral students from across the university as they complete their dissertations.

Steven is completing his doctoral degree in the Teaching and Learning Music Education program. His dissertation, “Stereotype Management Among Black Doctoral Music Students”… more »

Curtis Bryant wins second prize in The American Prize in Composition

Posted On May 31, 2017

Alumni and former faculty member, Curtis Bryant won second prize in The American Prize in Composition, 2016, in the Opera category. Congratulations!

Atlanta native Curtis Bryant (b. 1949) has composed music for a wide variety of genres including orchestral, chamber, choral, art song, and grand opera.  A seven-time Emmy Award nominee, Bryant has also… more »

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Posted On February 15, 2017

A new video compilation that celebrates Georgia State University School of Music students’ success, creative passion, entrepreneurship and connections with local and international audiences.

Georgia State School of Music’s Passport to Success

Posted On August 22, 2016
Categories News, Uncategorized

New School of Music students were introduced to the Passport to Success! This interactive app was designed specifically to answer common questions new students have, “Who do I see? Where do I go? What resources are available to me?”

The Passport to Success provides students with an interactive way to familiarize themselves with campus. As… more »