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Stanford University
Department of Music  Braun Music Center 
Stanford,  CA,  94305-3005
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The student-faculty ratio is 7:1. Faculty members are actively involved in the Music Community at Standford. There are currently 15 tenure-line professors (expanding to 17 in September 2009) who span the gamut from Mediaeval music through the 21st century, and cover topics from history, composition, and computer music and acoustics.  In addition, there some 45 applied music instructors drawing from the San Francisco Orchestra and Opera, as well as the internationally acclaimed and award-winning St. Lawrence String Quartet. Now in their 20th season as an ensemble, the Quartet, consisting of violinists Geoff Nuttall and Scott St. John, violist Lesley Robertson, and cellist Christopher Costanza, performs regularly on campus and directs the department’s chamber music and string program. 
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    Student Teacher Ratio: 7 :1

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