Historical Keyboard Instruments
- Master of Music (MM)
Our Historical Keyboards Program features study of the harpsichord, fortepiano and organ. Coursework includes applied study, music history, performance practice, and music theory. Students also will have a range of opportunities to perform with a variety of student ensembles.
Oberlin Baroque Orchestra
Oberlin sponsors approximately 500 concerts on campus each year, including recitals and concerts by the more than 25 student ensembles. From jazz to contemporary guitar, classical to popular, computer-generated to acoustic, and from time-tested compositions to newer works, the college and conservatory present performances to satisfy any musical interest.
Historical Keyboard Instruments Faculty
Conservatory faculty maintain active performance schedules while remaining accessible and committed to their students. Individual instruction is paramount to helping students develop their mechanical, technical, stylistic, psychological, and musical skills.Explore Faculty within Historical Keyboard Instruments
“One of the great joys about teaching at Oberlin is working with the extraordinary organists who come here to study. Our Oberlin students keep us thinking all the time, and they always challenge us to be better teachers.”James David Christie , Professor of Organ