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Conservatory of Music
phone: 209.946.2415
fax: 209.946.2770
Peter Witte
Dean
Faye Spanos Concert Hall
University of the Pacific
3601 Pacific Avenue
Stockton, CA 95211
pwitte@pacific.edu

Conservatory of Music

Pacific's Conservatory of Music has been delivering an outstanding music education for over 135 years. We offer degrees in vocal and instrumental performance, composition, jazz, education, management, therapy, and history. Passionate and dedicated faculty provide a rigorous and supportive learning environment drawing on the rich artistic and cultural diversity of Northern California. In addition to technology and composition labs, students have access to a state-of-the-art recording studio. Seminars and master classes with accomplished alumni and visiting artists along with numerous performance opportunities help prepare graduates for a life in music.

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Pacific Jazz Events
Summer Jazz Colony & Jazz Events

The Conservatory's Brubeck Institute engages with the community through several upcoming events.

Student Playing the Oboe at Pacific Summer Music Camp
Summer Music Camps Wrap up at Pacific

Nearly 400 young musicians attended 2018 Summer Music Camps. Watch videos from the rehearsals.

Conservatory Auditions Dates & Requirements
Conservatory Audition Dates & Requirements

Now is time to start preparing for your Conservatory audition. Learn about dates and repertoire requirements.


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Pacific mourns passing of Faye Spanos

Longtime University of the Pacific supporter, a pillar in the community, and the matriarch of the Spanos family Faye Spanos has died at the age of 92.


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VIDEO: Pacific summer music camps, inspiring youth for 73 years

Upwards of 400 young people from inside and outside California received training and inspiration in music performance and production in eight different camps.


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Love of trombone, poetry drive music student

Madeleine Guekguezian's journey at Pacific offered her not only the opportunity to pursue a degree in music—and to find a new love in the alto trombone—but also to understand what passion and focus combined with the rigors of scholarship can truly offer.