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Conservatory of Music
phone: 209.946.2415
fax: 209.946.2770
Peter Witte
Dean
Faye Spanos Concert Hall
University of the Pacific
3601 Pacific Avenue
Stockton, CA 95211
pwitte@pacific.edu

Conservatory of Music

The Conservatory of Music at University of the Pacific prepares tomorrow’s performers, teachers, therapists, composers, scholars and music industry leaders.

We believe the essential stories in music are ones of innovation and connection. Students craft their future exploring musical traditions and an ever-expanding range of repertoires and styles.

The Conservatory of Music at University of the Pacific 2019/2020
Pursue Your Passion

Take a look inside the Conservatory and read what our students and alumni say about their Pacific experience.

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Experience our campus and past performances

Visit the Conservatory of Music Youtube channel to take a tour of our facilities, experience our past performanaces and hear from the current students and alumni.

Summer music events and workshops at University of the Pacific
The Conservatory launches virtual summer program

The Summer Intermezzo Series includes online master classes and workshops open to all incoming and continuing conservatory students. Let's make music together!


Music students have summer smorgasbord of virtual choices

Virtual music offerings continue throughout the summer at University of the Pacific’s Conservatory of Music.


Three Pacificans honored with Order of Pacific

University of the Pacific awarded three long-term Pacificans with the Order of Pacific, the university’s highest honor. This year’s recipients are: Carrie Darnall ’78, associate provost for resource management; Berit Gundersen ’81, ’84, vice provost; and Lynelle Wiens, professor and program director for voice in the Conservatory of Music. 


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Passion for music experiences defines conservatory’s Presser award winner

Diego Bustamante’s junior year piano recital was yet another event impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. But the show went on. The music performance major played 70 minutes of the works of Franz Joseph Haydn, Maurice Ravel and Johannes Brahms in an April 19 virtual recital.