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The Conservatory of Music occupies a state-of-the-art complex that includes Mees Hall, Bexley Hall and Leonard Hall. In addition, the Conservatory has a cooperative arrangement with The Recording Workshop in Chillicothe, Ohio, for students in the music technology degree program to study and practice in multiple recording studio environments. On-campus instructional equipment includes a full complement of instruments, a comprehensive electronic music studio, multiple recording and production spaces, an electronic class keyboard room, a computer classroom/lab, practice rooms, the 180-seat Huntington Recital Hall, and the 950-seat Mees Auditorium with a world-class Shantz organ.
The Capital University Conservatory of Music is an institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Music, and its programs are accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.
As an outgrowth of the university mission, it is the goal of the Capital University Conservatory of Music to provide the finest in musical education and training for its students. The mission of the Conservatory of Music is:
The goals of the Conservatory of Music are:
During the 1918-19 academic year, a department of music was established at Capital University. In 1926, the initial department became the Conservatory of Music. Throughout the years, music has become a thoroughly established and vital part of Capital University, and the Conservatory has grown in size and excellence providing intensive training on the collegiate level, as well as providing opportunities for middle school and high school ensemble performers and pre-collegiate students desiring private instruction. All members of the faculty represent professional expertise and diversity of background and experience. Several members of the faculty hold prominent positions in the greater metropolitan area’s music organizations, including the Columbus Symphony Orchestra, Columbus Jazz Orchestra, Opera/Columbus, and ProMusica Chamber Orchestra, as well as in major professional and academic organizations throughout the nation.
Capital University is a private four-year undergraduate institution and graduate school located in the Columbus, Ohio, neighborhood of Bexley. Copyright © 2013 Capital University