February 22, 2016 — Coral Gables, FL — For the second year in a row, Musical America has selected the University of Miami Frost School of Music (FSOM) to their annual Special Report: A Guide to Music Schools. The Frost School of Music joins thirty-six other distinguished music schools and conservatories from around the world for the 2015-16 Guide to Music Schools edition.
The list, which was compiled based on online education in musical schools, highlights the Frost Online program. The program, which started with three students in August of 2014, will see its first graduates walk in May. “We are all so thrilled to be a part of this distinguished list and cannot wait to see what the Frost Online program grows into,” FSOM Dean Shelly Berg said.
That is one thing the program has been doing a lot of recently, growing. The Frost Online program has now blossomed into a twenty-one student program and is getting more applications each semester. “This is a testament to the type of musical education we have in place here. Students now look at the Frost School of Music as a place where they can grow and learn from some of the best music professors in the world and follow in their footsteps,” Dean Berg said. The Frost Online program is gaining traction and could soon be a leading program for online education.
About the Frost School of Music
University of Miami Frost School of Music is one of the largest, most comprehensive and relevant music schools in higher education. Frost fosters creativity, leadership and scholarship in instrumental, keyboard, contemporary, jazz, and vocal performance as well as composition, music business, music education, music engineering technology, music therapy, and more.
About Musical America
For over 100 years, Musical America Worldwide has been the voice of the performing arts industry. Musical America provides the digital and print touch points for performing arts professionals to reach out to each other to further their art and their businesses. It provides the resources to help make smarter decisions—for presenters, managers and artists all over the world.
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