Welcome from Dean Shelly Berg, and Campaign Chair David Weaver

Excitement is building at the Phillip and Patricia Frost School of Music!

Frost ensembles, soloists, and composers present more than 300 concerts each year and are deeply involved in the cultural life of South Florida. Our outstanding new recruits pursue a dazzling variety of majors, from performance to engineering, arts presenting to music therapy. Our music education professors and musicologists publish landmark scholarship; collaborative research with medical researchers improves the lives of patients with paralysis and other serious conditions. Our outreach programs are keeping at-risk young people in school.

Amid this crescendo of activity and accomplishment, we are poised to make even more extraordinary strides in the years to come. With our ambitious vision, thorough strategic planning, and inexhaustible energy, we are now ascending to the summit of U.S. higher music education.

And with your generous participation at this pivotal moment, Momentum2 will multiply the Frost School’s beneficial impacts on the world.

We invite you to join us on our exciting journey from great to exceptional.

Shelton G. Berg
Dean, Frost School of Music
Patricia L. Frost Professor of Music
David R. Weaver
Trustee, University of Miami
Momentum2 Campaign Chair,
Frost School of Music

Frost School of Music Momentum2 Key Campaign Goals
New Buildings and Facility Improvements $27M
Scholarships and Student Support $  6M
Faculty Support $  6M
Community Outreach and Program Support _____________________________________________ $  1M _______________

Make a Gift, Change a Life—We Invite You to Make a Difference

For more information about major legacy naming opportunities during our current Momentum2 capital campaign, or ways to give to the campaign on an annual basis through cash donations or multi-year pledges, please contact Associate Dean for Development .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) at 305-284-2819 or Director of Development .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) at 305-284-2238.