About the Department
The Department of Music at Hunter College offers a variety of courses and degree programs catering to the needs of a diverse student body. Undergraduate degree programs include Bachelor of Arts with major in Music and Bachelor of Music with concentration in performance. Graduate degree programs include Master of Arts with a variety of concentrations and Master of Arts in Teacher Education. Courses include topics in music performance, composition theory, history, ethnomusicology, and music education. Private lessons are available on all instruments and voice, either with Hunter faculty members or with expert teachers outside the College. There are approximately 150 undergraduate music majors and 80 graduate students in the department. In addition to academic courses and private lessons, the Music Department sponsors activities such as concerts, lectures, master classes, and social events.
Programs and Courses
Admission requirements and other information about the Music Education (Pre-K-12) MA program is available through the School of Education .
Administration and Faculty
Mimoza Cakrani Frankfurt, Administrative Assistant
College Laboratory Technician
Production Manager for Opera
Director of Graduate Studies:
Director of Music Education Program:
Educational Sequence Adviser: