Chanell Crichlow joins Pacific’s Conservatory
Chanell Crichlow will be an Assistant Professor of Practice in Tuba and Euphonium. She is a low brass multi-instrumentalist, composer, performer, and educator.
Four leading choral conductors join Pacific’s Conservatory for 2021-2022
We are thrilled that our students and communities will get to learn from this incredible team of gifted conductors.
Joseph Mazzaferro is new Associate Director of Jazz Studies
Trumpeter, educator and composer Joseph Mazzaferro has accepted invitation to serve as Associate Professor of Practice in Jazz and Associate Director of Jazz Studies at Pacific.
Dr. Brittany Trotter joins the conservatory faculty
We are excited to announce that prize-winning flutist Dr. Brittany Trotter will join the conservatory faculty this fall as assistant professor of practice in flute.
Honoring faculty's legacy
Several members of the faculty at the Conservatory of Music are celebrating this spring significant years-of-services anniversaries or are retiring after many years of bestowing their knowledge and passion for music to generations of the conservatory students.
Our celebrated faculty includes actively performing musicians whose experience provides students with a direct link to life as a professional musician today.
The Conservatory of Music at University of the Pacific prepares tomorrow’s performers, teachers, therapists, composers, scholars and music industry leaders.
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of conservatory students identify as BIPOC
"I chose Pacific because the music business program was unique and it was exactly the degree I was looking for. I love the small class sizes in the conservatory and I have made good connections with my professors."
—Ailey Butler ’22
"The campus feels like a home where we can shape our 'noise' and ideas into definable pieces of art. It's a great place to explore new music and see a smiling face around eery corner."
—Cruz Gonzalez ’21
"The fully immersive nature of the conservatory, as well as the sense of community, is more than I could have ever hoped for."
—Maya Balachandran ’22
Students craft their future by exploring musical traditions and an ever-expanding range of repertoires and styles.
The University of the Pacific is a charter member of the National Association of Schools of Music and has been accredited by NASM since 1928.