Music Guild


Music and excellence are synonymous at Gordon. Audiences are moved by powerful and emotive performances given by our choral and instrumental ensembles. Student soloists inspire us with their talent and dedication.

World-class performers bring a shade of perfection to our campus stage. Our symphony orchestra, conducted by a Grammy nominee, superbly blends creativity with grandeur.

Gordon's undergraduate and master's programs in music implement conservatory-level curriculum. Faculty are themselves accomplished musicians. Artists-in-residence apply professional expertise to classroom instruction.

The College has a distinguished history of placing music teachers in public and private schools. Our students are strongly motivated to reach high musical and academic standards.

The Gordon College Music Guild
The Music Guild offers you the opportunity to support musical education and performance at Gordon. It is a chance to let your love of music become a tangible benefit to the art form itself.

By joining the Music Guild, you will help:

  • Underwrite musical performances
  • Support academic programs in music
  • Provide scholarship funds for music students
  • Keep facilities current with the best available tools and technology for musical instruction

Most importantly, your gift will enable Gordon to continue offering the exceptional quality in music we are known for throughout New England and around the country.

For the love of music, become part of Gordon's tradition of musical excellence by joining the Gordon College Music Guild.

Become a Member
You can become part of the tradition today. Support musical education and performance at Gordon College by joining The Gordon College Music Guild now. Become a full member with an annual gift of $1,000 or more.

Members enjoy the satisfaction of knowing they are helping music faculty and students perfect their craft, while enabling Gordon to offer first-rate musical performances.

To express our gratitude for your support, you will receive:

  • Preferred seating at music performances
  • Reserved free parking for music events
  • Acknowledgment in concert programs
  • Special invitation to meet concert performers
  • Opportunity to accompany choir tours
  • Special members-only recitals
  • Invitation to music appreciation lectures
  • Biannual music newsletter

For more information contact:

Dan White
Director of Development


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