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Wednesday, October 27,
8 p.m. (ET)

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This live information session is a chance to learn more about the Hybrid Summer Master of Arts in Music and Music Education offered by Teachers College, Columbia University. It includes an open Q&A, so you can have your questions answered by Program Director Hal Abeles and TC Admission Counselor Katie Reiss.

You will receive an overview of the online curriculum and find out more about the on-campus summer residencies. Topics include:

  • The structure of the hybrid program
  • What you can expect from your courses
  • A preview of the online experience
  • Highlights of the summer residencies in New York
  • Housing options and funding resources
  • Details on submitting your application
  • How the M.A. M&ME can support your career goals

The Presenters

Hal Abeles

Hal Abeles

Program Director M.A. in Music and Music Education

Hal Abeles is professor of music and music education and codirector of the Center for Arts Education Research. He has taught instrumental, general, and vocal music in public schools in Connecticut and Maryland and previously was a music education faculty member at Indiana University and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He is the coeditor of Critical Issues in Music Education and coauthor of Foundations of Music Education. His research focuses on gender studies in music education and the evaluation of arts partnerships, including education programs at Carnegie Hall, the Cleveland Orchestra, the Baltimore Symphony, and Lincoln Center Institute.

Katie Reiss

Katie Reiss

Admission Counselor

Katie Reiss has been involved in admission for higher education for more than 18 years, and currently serves as the admission counselor for the Hybrid Summer Master of Arts in Music and Music Education at Teachers College, Columbia University. She holds a B.A. in English & Communications from Lake Forest College and a Master’s in Project Management from Keller Graduate School of Management

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