Music

Grow as a musician.

With frequent performance opportunities, individual training in applied music, and personal guidance from your professors, your musical education is tailored to your career goals.

Take courses in performance, historical literature, and theory to gain the background necessary to pursue graduate work or a career in music.

Specific areas of musical study include:

  • Composition
  • Conducting
  • Jazz/Contemporary
  • Music business
  • Music history
  • Music technology
  • Music theory
  • Percussion
  • Piano
  • Strings
  • Voice
  • Wind

Major and Minor Requirements

Visit the Rollins catalogue to access the program requirements.

Contact

Department of Music
Keene Hall
1000 Holt Ave. – 2731
Winter Park, FL 32789
T: 407-646-2233
F: 407-646-2533
music@rollins.edu
Department of Music website

Chuck Archard
Artist-in-Residence
170 W Fairbanks 202
407.975.6469
Gloria Cook
Professor
Keene Hall 235
407.646.2106
Daniel Crozier
Professor
Keene Hall 239
407.975.6468
Julia Foster
Assistant Professor
Keene Hall 203
407.646.2207
Susan Lackman
Professor
Keene Hall 207
407.646.2400
Sherry Orr
Scheduling & Production Coord
Keene Hall
407.646.1527
Jamey Ray
Lecturer in Music
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Joni Roos
Artist-in-Residence
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John Sinclair
Director of Music/Professor
Keene Hall 139
407.646.1527
Susan Throm-White
Program & Operations Coord
Keene Hall 153
407.646.2233

Rollins Evening

This area of study is also available through the Hamilton Holt School.