Azusa Pacific University’s School of Music, within the College of Music and the Arts, develops students into music professionals through an environment of musical excellence and artistic integrity.
Offering a B.A. in Music and B.M. in Music with emphasis options in applied music, composition, commercial music, music education, music theory, music and worship, and performance; master’s degrees in music education, performance, composition, and conducting; 21 music ensembles; and close proximity to the Los Angeles music culture; the School of Music provides students with a world-class experience.
Donavon Gray, DMA
Associate Dean and Professor, School of Music; Director of Winds, Brass, and Percussion; Conducting; Director of Graduate Music Education
Sam Macias, Master of Music
Azusa Conservatory of Music
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