Prospective students are eager to apply to the Frost School of Music because its new Experiential Music Curriculum is modern, fresh and relevant. Its emphasis on hands-on learning in small group settings blends music performance, improvisation, music history, music theory and composition into a cohesive education that far surpasses older models and prepares students more effectively for today’s diverse music profession. Students are also required to take music technology and entrepreneurship training as part of the curriculum. This new teaching approach, along with blended online classroom scenarios planned for the future, requires new facilities with flexible, multimedia-based classroom and rehearsal spaces that are engineered for new ways of teaching, interfacing and recording.
Adding three new buildings plus renovating others are the primary goals of the Momentum2 Campaign for the Frost School of Music. We invite you to support our efforts and add your family name to our growing music campus.
Patricia Louise Frost Music Studios
We are already constructing the first building, the Patricia Louise Frost Music Studios. Naming opportunities within this building range from two new state-of-the-art Classrooms, 74 Floating Music Studios, a Furnished Breezeway and more!
Excellent naming opportunities are still available for two more buildings, the Center for Experiential Music and a new 200-seat Recital Hall:
Center for Experiential Music
Black Box Flexible Rehearsal Room, Large Jazz Classroom, Medium Classroom and other multi-media spaces.
Auditorium, Stage, Grand Staircase, Lobby, Reception Room, Outdoor Patio, and more.
Architect: Yann Weymouth and HOK Architects