Workshops, Masterclasses and Guest Artists

Students are offered access to some of the most successful instrumental conductors and performers working today through intimate workshops, masterclasses and direct interaction with guest artists. Recent guests include

  • American Brass Quintet,
  • Anthony McGill,
  • Canadian Brass,
  • David Kim,
  • Lynn Harrell,
  • Michael Tree,
  • Momenta Quartet,
  • Nitzan Haroz,
  • Pamela Frank and
  • Ricardo Morales.

Careers

Graduates from the Instrumental Conducting Wind Band MM program are prepared to carry on toward a doctoral degree, or for future careers as

  • choral conductors,
  • music directors,
  • performers,
  • professors/educators and
  • speaker/lecturers.

Career Services

Boyer College of Music and Dance provides small class sizes, intimate performance ensembles and a tight-knit academic community. Faculty members mentor students on an individual basis, helping them seek out internships and job opportunities.

You may also connect with the university’s Career Center for support during your job or internship search. Drop in for a short visit or schedule a 30-minute coaching session to discuss components of your professional profile, including your résumé and LinkedIn presence. Learn more about Temple’s Career Center.