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Are you a Pianist or an Organist?  Do you play the harpsichord?  Are you interested in continuing your studies?

At Pittsburg State you will have many opportunities to perform and learn about piano, organ, or harpsichord. With undergraduate degrees in music performance and music education, and masters degrees in piano pedagogy and performance, we offer programs that will help you explore the possibilities of a career in music.

Areas of Study

  • Performance: Emphasis in Piano, Organ, Harpsichord
  • Chamber Music: Instrumental and Vocal
  • Accompanying, Continuo
  • Piano Pedagogy: The Techniques of Teaching
  • Literature: Piano, Organ, Harpsichord, Chamber Music, Ensemble

Facilities

  • The outstanding acoustics of McCray Hall offer a unique performance environment
  • McCray Hall houses a remarkable 3-manual, mechanical action Fisk Organ, constructed in 1995
  • Roland Piano Lab: consisting of 16 pianos
  • Over 25 practice rooms with upright and grand pianos
  • Harpsichords by Martin and Dowd
  • Music Listening Lab

View the Keyboard Studies brochure, Music Directions, for program and faculty information.  For additional information, click here to contact us.


The C. B. Fisk Opus 106 Organ


Fisk Organ Op106 profileThe Pittsburg State University Department of Music is proud to announce the debut of a CD performed on our Fisk Opus 106 organ and recorded by our faculty organist, Dr. Susan Marchant.

Susan Marchant plays the C. B. Fisk Opus 106 organ at Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, Kansas.

Pro Organo item #CD 7033

Total playing time: 70:09 [DDD]

Program: Ciacona in E minor, BuxWV 160 - Buxtehude · Suite du Second Ton - Guilain · Sonata in A major, Op. 65, No. 3 - Mendelssohn · Ricercar - Sweelinck · An Wasserflüssen Babylon, BWV 653 and Kyrie, Gott heiliger Geist, BWV 671 - J. S. Bach · Communion fromTriptyque, Op. 58 - Louis Vierne · Choral in E major - César Franck

To purchase a copy of this recording, email Dr. Marchant.

 


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