Wichita State University

Street 1845 N. Fairmount
City Wichita
State KS
Postal 67260-0053
Country United States
Web http://webs.wichita.edu/?u=jazz
Category Collegiate Jazz Program
No jazzstudents 200
Degrees bach Jazz Studies
Degrees grad Performance
Faculty Dr. Geoffrey Deibel; Director, Jazz Studies; Assistant Professor, Saxophone William Flynn; Assistant Professor, Jazz Guitar John Goering; Assistant Professor, Jazz Piano Steven Hatfield; Instructor, Jazz Percussion Scott Strecker; Instructor, Jazz Trumpet, Jazz Trombone
Alumns Matt Wilson, Andrew Bishop, Edward Livingston, Julie Bradley, John Goering, Scott Strecker, Phil Hawkins
Jazzbands Jazz Arts Ensemble I, Jazz Arts Ensemble II
Description Jazz has a long and storied history at WSU. Wichita has historically been a popular stop on the concert tours of many of the most famous jazz musicians. Our partnership with the Wichita Jazz Festival, the longest-running educational jazz festival in the nation, continues today and brings our jazz students into contact with some of the best and brightest of the jazz world. The Jazz Studies Department is part of a dynamic School of Music, which is in turn part of WSU's College of Fine Arts. We boast top faculty from the nation's most prestigious institutions and teachers, including the Eastman School of Music, Indiana University, the University of North Texas, New England Conservatory of Music, Northwestern University, and many others. Our graduates have also gone on to study at prestigious institutes such as the University of Michigan, and the Berklee School of Music. Jazz Studies alumni have gone on to do great things. The ranks of great players to come through WSU include NYC drummer Matt Wilson (student of JC Combs), current Assistant Professor of Jazz and Contemporary Improvisation at the University of Michigan Andrew Bishop, current WSU Professor of Jazz Piano John Goering and Professor of Jazz Trumpet Scott Strecker, vocalist with the Air Force Band Blue Steel Julie Bradley, and LA-based bassist Edward Livingston.
Tuition instate 5247
Tuition outstate 12746
Notes Applications are accepted on a rolling basis at Wichita State University. In order to be considered for scholarship money, students are encouraged to apply to the program early, and to get in touch with the professor in their area. Email [email protected] for more information about the Jazz Studies Program at WSU.
Primary contact name Geoffrey Deibel
Primary contact title Dr. Geoffrey Deibel, Assistant Professor of Saxophone, Director of Jazz Studies
Primary contact phone 316-978-6273
Primary contact fax 316-978-3625
Primary contact email [email protected]
Admissions contact name Leann Karr
Admissions contact title Coordinator, Student services
Admissions contact phone 316-978-7091
Admissions contact email [email protected]
Jazz contact name William Flynn
Jazz contact title Assistant Professor of Guitar
Jazz contact phone 316-978-6198
Jazz contact email [email protected]
Version 5. Last edited by Geoffrey Deibel

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