Puget Sound is excited to offer new virtual courses to foster connection and learning in the local community and beyond.
Immerse yourself in classical music or rock and roll with faculty from the School of Music. Explore various topics such as civil rights history, business leadership, professional communications, or family history archiving - all taught by inspiring Puget Sound faculty in a live, interactive online format.
The Loggers Perform Series continues this summer with a new lineup of virtual performances featuring Puget Sound students and faculty, as well as special guest artists!
Tune in on Monday, Wednesday, and Fridays at 7:30 p.m. PDT to enjoy these inspiring performances. The six-week series runs from July 6 through August 14.
Current and prospective students, as well as alumni, are invited to join virtual gatherings hosted by School of Music faculty for Adelphian Concert Choir, Music Education, Musicology, Symphony Orchestra, and Vocal Performance Class (VPC).
Music making is not a neutral act. We are conscious that our performances and curricular planning can contribute to systemic injustices that enable racism to continue. We aim to better understand the cultural values that have shaped the sounds we study, create, and perform. We aim to confront those values which have excluded or diminished people of color.
We are ready to listen and to act.
The School of Music has added a new degree track for music majors - the Bachelor of Music in Composition! Students applying for entrance to the Bachelor of Music in Composition degree must submit a portfolio. Visit our Applications and Auditions page for information, or our Major Requirements page for additional details.
For further information, please contact Dr. Rob Hutchinson.
We are thrilled to announce that Dr. Tracy Doyle will begin her tenure as School of Music Director on July 1, 2020. Her artistry and innovation will enhance our commitment to guiding students toward outstanding achievements in performance, scholarship, and teaching. Welcome to Puget Sound!