Department of Music

The Music program offers a challenging bachelor’s degree to music majors and minors that promotes artistic, creative, and intellectual growth in all aspects of music, including performance, history, pedagogy and theory. The program prepares these students for an increasingly competitive professional world by fostering their musical, intellectual and personal development.

Program Options

  • Music Teaching Certification Option
  • Vocal Performance Concentration
  • Piano & Instrumental Performance Tracks
  • Music Industry Track
  • General Music Studies Track

As well as

  • Music Studies Minor
  • Jazz Studies Minor
  • Musical Theatre Minor


Registration for Honor Band is now OPEN!!!

Students will:

  • Perform in an honor band concert in Pealer Recital Hall
  • Work with Guest Conductor Lori Schwartz Reichl
  • Participate in master classes led by FSU music department faculty
  • Participate in rehearsal sessions and Q&A with international composer Cait Nishimura
  • Attend performances of the FSU Wind Ensemble (Fri.) and FSU Jazz Orchestra (Sat.)

Register Today:  Honor Band 2019



  • Wind Ensemble
  • Chamber Choir

There are numerous music ensemble opportunities at FSU. Check out the listing on the Ensembles page for more information.

For More Information

Please feel free to contact the department with any questions or concerns at the following addresses and numbers:

Department of Music
Frostburg State University
302 Performing Arts Center
101 Braddock Road
Frostburg, MD 21532-2303

Phone: 301.687.4109
Fax: 301.687.4784

Administrative Contact: Theresa Skidmore

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Programs Offered by the Department

  • B.S./B.A. Music
    Major and Minor
    Concentrations in Vocal Performance, Music Management, Instrumental Performance, Music Studies, Teaching Option


Office of Admissions
Frostburg State University
101 Braddock Road
Frostburg, MD 21532-2303

Dr. Brent Weber
Department of Music
103 Performing Arts Center