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Music Management

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Jessica Siena
Director of Conservatory Admissions
Faye Spanos Concert Hall, 3rd Floor
3601 Pacific Avenue
Stockton, CA 95211

Pacific's Music Management program helps prepare tomorrow's industry leaders with the necessary breadth and depth of knowledge and experiences to succeed in the fast-paced world of entertainment.

Every student develops a working knowledge of fundamental marketing, finance, organizational behavior, legal, economic and music industry knowledge. Elective studies in Music Management include concert production, record company operations, arts administration, recording technology, artist management and the area of music products.

An essential part of all Pacific Music Management study is hands-on learning through a range of experiences such as industry internships, Pacific's Music Management Club, ongoing visits with alumni and professionals from various industry sectors, and co-curricular on-campus booking, stage management and event programming opportunities.

Pacific students have successfully completed internships with more than 50 industry firms including:

Universal Music Group, Britt Music Festival, The Recording Academy, Gallien-Kruger Bass Amps, IODA Music Alliance, LA Opera, Rhapsody, Dean Markley Strings, Capitol Records, Bob Hope Theater, Barsuk Records, Stockton Symphony Orchestra and many more organizations.

Alumni of the program have attained management positions at firms such as:

Warner Music Group, Dolby Laboratories, Clear Channel Radio, Live Nation Concerts, Concord Music Group, ESP Guitars, Universal Music Publishing, Mason & Hamlin Pianos, The CW Television Network, Warner-Chappell Music Publishing, LA Philharmonic, and many others.

With its student-centered focus, small class sizes, and real world learning opportunities, choosing to study Music Management at Pacific is a sound investment for your future success in the entertainment industry.

Music Management Faculty

Benom Plumb
Associate Professor of Music, Program Director for Music Industy Studies and Music Management

Keith Hatschek
Professor of Music Management and Music Industry Studies

Jeff Crawford
Assistant Professor of Practice in Music Technology and Recording Arts 

Bachelor of Music with Emphasis in Music Management 4-Year Grid