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"Paul and I cannot be more overjoyed than to share the name of Chapman's Conservatory with Bill Hall," said Marybelle Musco. "His amazing legacy really IS the history of Chapman's music programs. He built them, he led them and he carried the music of Chapman to the world. His impact on generations of students cannot be overstated. To have our names paired with his on the conservatory that has launched so many gifted singers and musicians onto the stages of the world is an extraordinary honor."
About the William D. Hall and Marybelle and Sebastian P. Musco Conservatory of Music
The Hall-Musco Conservatory of Music at Chapman University provides aspiring musicians with a rigorous, professional musical training program, coupled with a supportive liberal arts environment. This outstanding music curriculum prepares students to enter a variety of professionAl Fields after graduation or to continue their studies in top graduate programs throughout the country.
The Hall-Musco Conservatory offers the Bachelor of Arts in music and pre-professional programs leading to the Bachelor of Music in composition, music education, and performance (conducting, instrumental, keyboard collaborative arts and vocal).
Chapman University first offered the Bachelor of Music degree in 1930-31 and has presented a thorough music curriculum blended with liberal learning ever since. The university's music facilities compare with institutions far larger in size and offer a fine setting for both instruction and musical presentations. The Hall-Musco Conservatory of Music is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Music.