The Sunderman Conservatory of Music is a dedicated place for music within a liberal arts environment, a Conservatory embedded within a rich intellectual community. Our students are free to pursue their passions—from concertos to calculus, symphonies to sociology, and gamelan to German. It’s why many of our students also choose to double major. At Gettysburg College, budding musicians truly make the most of the distinctive undergraduate opportunities available to them—and by the time they graduate, Sunderman alumni are prepared to excel within top graduate programs or in an array of career fields.
Read about Allison Geatches Cantor ’09, a composer for television and film, whose work has been featured in Dolphin Tale, The Longest Ride, and ABC hit show Once Upon a Time.
Sunderman graduates go on to land great jobs and lead great lives. Our alumni have earned success as performers, conductors, composers for film and television, music librarians, arts administrators, musicologists, ethnomusicologists, and music educators. In fact, our music education program boasts 100% placement in jobs or graduate school.
Our graduates also use their music foundation to shine in a variety of other fields, including law, science, business, and medicine. To learn more about Sunderman’s innovative music program, plan a visit or contact the Conservatory today.