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Sunderman Conservatory of Music at Gettysburg College
Admissions Office, Eisenhower House, Gettysberg College  
Gettysburg,  PA,  17325
 
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The Sunderman Conservatory of Music combines Gettysburg's superb music tradition and its strengths as one of the nation's leading liberal arts colleges. Music becomes the lens through which students can achieve a rich, full, and well-rounded education; studying the liberal arts becomes the foundation upon which students build their music expertise. The Conservatory offers an extraordinary range of music opportunities, both for those who wish to major in music and for those majoring in other fields who want music to remain an important part of their lives. Three majors are offered - the Bachelor of Music in Performance, the Bachelor of Arts in Music, and the Bachelor of Science in Music Education - and a full curriculum encompassing a broad spectrum of music genres and traditions.

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