The undergraduate major in studio production is among the leading programs of its kind in the United States. The program seeks a limited number of experienced producers and engineers who display advanced skills in recording, production, and associated technology. It is the quest of the studio production program and its faculty to develop producers who can ultimately work within a wide spectrum of musical genres with expertise, awareness, and understanding of each genre’s subtleties and traditions and with sharply honed technological, musical, and business skills. The faculty and alumni alike are established artists and producers, and many studio production students are professionals before they graduate.
The hallmarks of the studio production program include:
The curriculum offers hands-on lessons in each of the state-of-the-art recording facilities housed in the Conservatory of Music, plus a thorough grounding in the business of music. Additionally, studio production students engineer dozens of recitals for their fellow students in the conservatory, creating a synergy that is virtually exclusive to Purchase College. The program also functions closely with the studio composition program, and collaborative accomplishment between these two programs is typical in classes, concerts, and recording sessions.
Studio Production Faculty and Visiting Affiliate Artists
Silas Brown, MusB, Purchase College
Peter Denenberg, BPS, Empire State College, State University of New York
Christopher Greco, Diploma, DeVry University
Jonathan Jetter, MM, Purchase College
Phil Moffa, MM, Purchase College
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Conservatory of Music Faculty & Visiting Affiliate Artists
For additional information and updates during 2016–2016, please visit www.purchase.edu/Departments/AcademicPrograms/Arts/Music/StudioProduction/.