Sunderman Conservatory Video Series

At the Sunderman Conservatory of Music at Gettysburg College, music study complements a broad education in the liberal arts. Students can choose among three degrees-the Bachelor of Music with its intense focus on performance; the Bachelor of Science in Music Education, which leads to K-12 licensure for those who want to teach in public and independent schools; and the Bachelor of Arts in Music, offering the flexibility for students to double major or pursue a focus in jazz, composition, music management, music history, and more.

Hear from several Sunderman Conservatory scholars who have engaged in academic research, study abroad, and musical competitions and are top performers in the classroom as well as on the stage.

Paul McShee '11

Bachelor of Arts in Music, English
Concentration: flute, voice
Hometown: Geneva, Switzerland

Annie Lagace '10

Bachelor of Arts in Music, Psychology
Concentration: viola
Hometown: Pawtucket, RI

Andy Deen '10

Bachelor of Music in Performance, minor in Civil War Era Studies
Concentration: oboe
Hometown: New Port Richey, Florida

Mimi Lewis '10

Bachelor of Music in Performance
Concentration: piano, collaborative performance
Hometown: Gettysburg, PA

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