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Graduate Music


Using a research-based, practice-driven and community-supported approach, Gordon's graduate music education program is transforming music teaching and learning. Master's, post-baccalaureate and continuing education options offer an exceptional foundation for new teachers and the tools for experienced teachers to thrive in K–12 choral, instrumental and general music classroom and ensemble settings.


Nationally recognized leaders in music teaching and learning
Graduate music faculty and visiting workshop clinicians are nationally recognized educators and researchers, with years of experience teaching in elementary and secondary music classroom settings.

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 Improving musicianship through practical engagement
Across all graduate music programming, learning reflects the experiences of the students in your own classrooms, with active hands-on engagement with playing instruments, singing, dancing, moving, and creating with colleagues and peers.

25 miles from Boston sign

Inspiring learning environment; convenient location
Just 25 miles north of Boston and three miles from the ocean, Gordon’s 480-acre campus and state-of-the-art facilities—including a breathtaking recital hall and music technology innovation lab—offer an inspiring backdrop for learning, creating and performing.


2019 Summer Workshops for Music Educators

July 15–19, 2019
Choose from eight different workshop topics and nationally recognized clinicians. Workshop programming is open to any and all music educators at any stage in their career. Registration options include the opportunity to earn graduate credit. Air-conditioned on campus housing is available. Learn more ➔

Summers-Only Master of Music Education

Application deadline extended to May 1, 2019 to begin your studies this summer.  Learn more ➔