The Division of Conducting & Ensembles consists of five areas: Choral Studies, Early Music Ensembles, Opera, Orchestral Studies, and Wind Studies. The division serves two functions: the education of conductors and the direction of a great number of large university ensembles and dozens of smaller groups involving over one thousand students in ensemble experiences widely recognized as among the finest in the nation.
College of Music ensembles appear regularly at prestigious state, national and international conferences including the American Choral Directors Association, the College Band Directors National Conference, the Music Educators National Conference, the International Association of Jazz Educators, the Boston Early Music Festival, the National Collegiate Choral Organization, and many others.
- Master of Music
- Doctor of Musical Arts in Conducting
- Brad Bennight - Harpsichord
- Eugene Corporon - Director of Wind Studies; Wind Symphony
- Clay Couturiaux - Assistant Director of Orchestral Studies; Concert Orchestra
- Stephen Dubberly - Opera Music Director
- Dennis Fisher - Symphonic Band
- Allen Hightower - Director of Choral Studies
- David Itkin - Director of Orchestral Studies
- Paul Leenhouts - Director of Early Music
- Richard Sparks - Chair Conducting & Ensembles; Collegium Singers; Director of University Singers
- Nicholas E. Williams - Wind Ensemble, Brass Band, Marching Band
- Joshua Habermann - Choral Literature