With over a 100-year heritage at OSU, the Greenwood School of Music is committed to
enrichment through music education, performance and research for students from across
the nation and world.
Why music at OSU?
The Michael and Anne Greenwood School of Music is a community of artists, performers,
composers and scholars committed to preparing you for the professional world of music.
The music program at OSU provides you with the opportunity to develop artistically
while still being competitive in the profession, which prepares you for success in
your chosen music specialty.
Students graduate from OSU prepared to be successful in a wide variety of musical
careers that include performance, teaching, working in the music industry and beyond.
Our graduates enjoy successful careers in a variety of fields.
Teaching in public schools
University positions as faculty and conductors
Music industry/commercial artist
200more than 200 concerts, recitals, master classes, guest artist events, and student
that are open to the public
The Michael and Anne Greenwood School of Music at OSU provides you will ample opportunities
to hone your skills and broaden your horizons as a musician through:
Participation in bands, choirs and/or orchestra
Interaction with renowned guest artists and clinicians
One-on-one instruction with private artist-teachers
Touring opportunities with ensembles
Invited performances at various conventions
Courses to expect for this major include Music History, Music Theory, Large and Chamber
Ensembles, Opera, Jazz Studies, and Marching Band Methods.