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Miami University
Department of Music  119 Center for the Performing Arts 
Oxford,  OH,  45056-3434
 
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We are a student-centered community of musicians committed to the transformational power of the arts. Students, faculty, and honored guests of the department celebrate music through creative and intellectual pursuits: learning and teaching, performance, composition, and research. As a vital component of a public university founded on the liberal arts, we cultivate an open environment that explores and encourages historical and non-traditional perspectives; this includes collaborations uniting us with all the arts as an integral part of the university. Our academic programs and supporting activities provide a learning environment focused on three purposes: preparation for professional careers in music, study of specialized music fields within a liberal arts program, and enrichment of university and regional culture through excellence in music.

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