Music

Music Education

Choral

Dr. Brandon Williams is an assistant professor of choral music and choral music education at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. He conducts the Voorhees Choir and teaches a variety of courses related to choral music education. Williams appears frequently as a guest conductor, clinician, and presenter throughout the country. He was most recently featured in Illinois, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio, and West Virginia.

Violin, Viola

Audition Requirements

**THE APPLICATION FOR FALL 2019 IS CLOSED. PLEASE CHECK BACK OVER THE SUMMER FOR FALL 2020 APPLICATION DATES**

Undergraduate Bachelor of Music (BM) Applicants

Assistant to the Director, Deputy Director and Senior Department Administrator

The Administrative Assistant provides administrative support to the Director and Deputy Director of the Music Department; assists the Senior Department Administrator with the day-to-day operations of the Music Department; and coordinates special projects.

Bassoonist overcomes setbacks to graduate with Class of 2016

Playing an instrument came easy for Jonathan LiVolsi; attending classes didn’t.

It took two attempts and six years for LiVolsi, 24, to earn his degree from Rutgers’ Mason Gross School of the Arts.

Jazz greats Eddie Palmieri and Fred Hersch lead master classes

Jazz pianists Eddie Palmieri and Fred Hersch took their turn behind the keyboard on several occasions throughout the fall semester, helming master classes and sharing advice with our student musicians.