Master of Music: Conducting Performance

Degree requirements

Since degree requirements and course offerings can change from year to year, consult the general course catalog for your appropriate school year's requirements and suggestions. If you would like more advice, please contact any of the conducting faculty for guidance.

Wind conducting program

The Master of Music in Wind Conducting program is purposely small and selective, allowing for personal attention and frequent interactions with our faculty. This apprenticeship styled program seeks to develop pedagogical and artistic growth through an orchestral approach to wind conducting. In addition, graduate conducting students are directly involved in administrative, professional and entrepreneurial undertakings within our comprehensive band program. Graduate students are directly involved with all aspects of a team environment with our University Bands faculty and staff. For more information, visit graduate wind conducting.

Choral conducting program

For details about a Master of Music in choral conducting, contact Louis Niebur.

Conducting faculty

Conducting
Jason Altieri
Jason Altieri, DMA
Teaching Assistant Professor of Orchestral Conducting; Director of Orchestras
(775) 682-9017
CFA 126
4194
Conducting
Reed Chamberlin
Reed Chamberlin, DMA
Chair, Department of Music; Associate Professor of Wind Conducting; Director of Bands
(775) 682-9036
VSG 30D
4194
Conducting
Stephen C. Eubanks
Stephen C. Eubanks, Ph.D.
Director of Athletic Bands; Assistant Professor of Music Education
(775) 784-6525
VSG 30G
4194
Conducting
Paul Torkelson
Paul Torkelson, DMA
Instructor of Graduate Conducting
(775) 682-9023
UFA 203
4194