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School of Music Welcomes New Faculty for Fall 2023

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Art and Technology Harmonize at the School of Music

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Jason Freeman and Nat Condit-Schultz On the Impact of Hip-Hop

We Design the Future of Music

Through interdisciplinary degree programs, outstanding performance ensembles, and innovative research endeavors, the Georgia Tech School of Music cultivates a rich legacy of musical traditions and develops cutting-edge technologies to help define the future of music.

Music at Tech

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Bachelor of Science in Music Technology

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Dual Bachelor and Master

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Master of Science in Music Technology

Ph.D. candidate Mike Winters playing a Theramin while wearing a brain scan cap.

Ph.D. in Music Technology

People at the School of Music

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Meet Ph.D. Student Ash Vinay

Ash Vinay is teaching machines to hear music the way humans do. A Ph.D. student, Vinay creates music through traditional means and by improvising music in real-time through computer code.
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Meet Master's Student Qianyi Rose Sun

Qianyi Rose Sun is on a musical mission to overcome computational bias. A master's student in the School of Music and president of the Women in Music Technology group, Sun recently completed the Bachelor's portion of the BS/MS dual program.
Sean Levine

Meet BS/MS Student Sean Levine

Sean Levine, a recent graduate of the BS/MS dual degree program, is giving guitarists more flexibility to experiment with style. “I’m using deep learning to analyze guitar playing, then select guitar effects based how the player plays,” Levine said.
Brittney Boykin

Meet the Faculty: Brittney Boykin

Director of the Treble Choir, Brittney Boykin has been commissioned by the Kennedy Center to write two operas. The most recent, Oshun, was performed in January by musicians in the Washington National Opera.

Fall 2023 Concert Schedule

Mark your calendar! We invite you to join us for the Ensemble Concerts this Fall Semester.
Check back here for venue updates and programs.

Choose Your Ensemble

Chamber choir

Chamber Choir

Concert Band

Concert Band

Glee Club

Glee Club

Jazz Ensemble

Jazz Ensemble

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Marching Band

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Marching Band and Pep Band

Percussion Ensemble

Percussion Ensemble

Rock and Pop Ensemble

Rock and Pop Ensemble

Symphonic Band

Symphonic Band

Georgia Tech Symphony Orchestra


Treble Choir

Treble Choir



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