Music Department

Information for Students

Study Links

* iPad apps (available through the Library)
* OWL (Online Writing Lab at Purdue University)
* Music History Courses Study Space
* Teoria (Music Theory)
* (Music Theory)
* IMSLP (online scores through the Petrucci Music Library)
* Research Guide (at the Lehman Library)
* BibMe (bibliographic citation guide)

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Facilities and Equipment

The Department of Music offers the following to students registered in Music courses:

Practice rooms
- 5 small rooms with pianos are available on a first-come first-served basis, weekdays 9am-4:30pm.
- Keys can be signed out through the Departmental office (room 319).

Piano Practice Lab (room 316)
- 12 digital pianos are available weekdays 9am-4:30pm.
- Headphone are required; bring your own or sign out a pair in the Departmental Office (room 319).

Percussion Room (room 212)
- A dedicated room equiped with large percussion instruments, available weekdays 9am-4:30pm.
- Instructor permission required.

Electronic Music Lab (room 412)
- 16 MIDI workstations, with ProTools, Sibelius, Reason, and other software.
- Instructor permission required; available weekdays 9am-4:30pm, except when in use by a class.

- A small number of instruments is available to students registered in performing ensembles or instrumental methods courses.
- Instructor permission required.




There are many opportunities for all Lehman students to participate in musical ensembles, including the Chorus, Band, Jazz Band, Latin-Jazz Band, Jazz Combos, and Orchestra. We also encourage students to create their own ensembles. Past student initiatives have included Gospel choir, woodwind quintet, and other chamber ensembles.

Students enrolled in private instruction are expected to perform in the student recitals at the end of each semester.  Graduating seniors may choose to perform a solo recital to fulfill their Senior Project requirement. (Click here for more information about Senior Projects).

Students enrolled in the 64-credit Music major are required meet minimum piano proficiency standards, either by successfully completing MSP 191 (Piano) with a grade of B or higher, or by passing a performance exam. Those choosing the exam should contact Dr. Molly Morkoski through the Departmental office at (718) 960-8247. Please click here for details on the Piano Proficiency Exam.



Job Opportunities at Lehman

Positions are open for Federal Work-Study (FWS). Students must apply for FWS funds and have the approval of the Financial Aid Office. For more information, contact the Office of Financial Aid at 718-960-5126.

Last modified: Jun 29, 2015

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