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Washington State University
School of Music  PO Box 645300 
Pullman,  WA,  99164-5300
 
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Established in 1901, the School of Music at Washington State University is recognized for excellence in undergraduate and graduate studies in music. WSU has an internationally recognized faculty and offers degrees in Performance, Music Education and Composition and degrees which combine music with studies in Jazz, Theatre, Business, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. Physical facilities at WSU include the beautiful, renovated Kimbrough Music Building containing an extensive music listening library, professional quality recording and electronic music studio, a concert hall, large ensemble rehearsal rooms, practice rooms and classrooms. In addition, the School of Music utilizes excellent stage facilities in Bryan Hall, featuring an 800 seat auditorium, a production shop, piano and instrument repair shops, and a three manual, 40 rank Schantz pipe organ. Director of the WSU School of Music is Dr. Gerald Berthiaume.

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