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Fairfield, CT 06825

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Joseph Carter
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The Academic Music Program, housed in the College of Arts and Sciences, offers a minor, music elective courses, individual private lessons, and performing ensembles.
 
The program provides the environment and opportunity to hear, experience, and participate in the art of music. The study of music both as a knowledgeable listener, creator, and/or performer nurtures an important human aesthetic dimension.
 
Music, in its many cultural manifestations, touches upon the enduring questions of human meaning and value. It serves as an opportunity to develop imagination, creativity, and understanding, and gives students the opportunity to use and further help their own skills and talents. As a non-major program, the program’s goal is to encourage students to experience music so that a foundation for continued learning, appreciation and enrichment is created.
 
Latest News

Sacred Heart University Adds Bagpipers, Tartan to Band

March 13, 2018

Sacred Heart University’s band has welcomed two bagpipers to its group of musicians this year. Both have several years’ experience, so all they needed to join the band was a tartan pattern for their kilts.

Women in Jazz

March 8, 2018

Sacred Heart University's Academic Music Program and Women's Studies Program will host a Women in the Arts concert on Thursday, March 15, at 7 p.m. in the Chapel of the Holy Spirit, featuring flutist Ali Ryerson and pianist Joyce DiCamillo. The concert is free and open to the public.

Music Faculty Concert Series Hosts Fifth Annual Jobimfest

March 5, 2018

Sacred Heart University's Music Faculty Concert Series will host the fifth annual Jobimfest, honoring the music of Brazilian composer Antonio Carlos Jobim, on Tuesday, April 24, at 7 p.m. in the Edgerton Center for the Performing Arts. Free and open to the public.