John M Long School of Music | Troy University

John M Long School of Music

Welcome to the John M. Long School of Music

The John M. Long School of Music is a vital part of a dynamic, global university. The School of Music has more than 250 undergraduate and graduate music majors and undergraduate music minors and more than 30 faculty members who are world-class teachers, scholars, conductors, composers, and performers.

The School of Music provides opportunities for all university students to develop the musical skills, knowledge and attitudes needed to become artistic performers and/or intelligent consumers of music. Music majors are provided with “real-world” educational experiences designed to prepare them for viable careers in music. Graduate Assistantships are available working with university bands, university choirs, music education, and music industry.

The School of Music has a rich performance tradition. More that 15% of the TROY campus is involved in music study. A comprehensive choral, instrumental, traditional, and popular music ensemble program provides more than 200 public performances each year to an audience of more than 250, 000 people.

Troy University is a fully accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM), and is an All-Steinway School.

For additional information, please visit our website (troy.edu/music)