The Robert Koff Scholarship in Music was recently created as a tribute to the late musician, scholar and beloved Brandeis professor, and will be awarded to outstanding students who are active in the music community. > more
Soprano Tony Arnold is the 2015 recipient of the Brandeis Creative Arts Award and will engage in a yearlong residency at Brandeis University, including a performance on Nov. 18 at the Rose Art Museum. > more
A cello performance and environmental studies double major, Leonard Bernstein Fellow, and principal cellist of the Brandeis-Wellesley Orchestra, MacKay has ambitions to play his cello around the world. > more
About the Department of Music
The Brandeis Department of Music offers students the opportunity to experience music as both scholarship and a process of creation and performance. We believe in uniting musical excellence with intellectual inquiry. At Brandeis, we help our students to awaken their creative identity within the context of one of the country's most progressive universities.
Founded by preeminent American composer Irving Fine, our department features a distinguished faculty of world-renowned composers, award-winning authors and scholars, instrumentalists, vocalists and conductors. We offer broad-based undergraduate majors and minors that combine the study of history, theory, composition and performance. Our nationally acclaimed graduate programs focus specifically on composition and theory, and musicology.
The Lydian String Quartet, at Brandeis University since 1980, announces auditions for the position of first violinist. Click here to learn more!
The Music Department announces a search for a tenure-track Assistant Professor or tenured Associate Professor in Musicology. Click here to learn more!