Studios/Departments

Our studios are designed to equip you with the focus and skills necessary to succeed as a professional, offering a performance-based, conservatory-level education. You'll receive specialized, one-on-one training tailored to your goals from an expert in your instrument or voice type.

In addition to lessons, all the members of a studio meet once a week for performance class, providing opportunities for students to perform for and receive feedback from their teacher and peers.

To see the audition or portfolio requirements for your area of study, select the appropriate studio card below. You can also search studios by department by clicking the department links below.

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What's a Studio?
In addition to receiving weekly one-on-one lessons, all the students in a particular area of study (i.e. violin, voice, oboe, etc.) meet for an hour of studio class every week. This is an opportunity for students to listen to and perform for their peers, while also receiving feedback from their applied music teacher.
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College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

Guitar Studio

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About this Program

Lamont’s guitar studio is invested in developing well-rounded musicians in a rigorous, encouraging environment.

Guitarists at Lamont study with award-winning artists, Jonathan Leathwood and Laura Husbands. Professor Leathwood is one of the few guitarists to perform on six-string and ten-string guitars, mixing modern and traditional works in his innovative programs. He is also a certificated teacher of the Alexander Technique. Professor Husbands has won top prizes in 11 international competitions and has quickly become a sought-after performer and teacher.

The guitar studio is part of the harp and guitar department.

College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

Harp Studio

Studio

About this Program

Lamont harpists study with Ann Marie Liss, the youngest harpist to be awarded the prestigious Diplôme Supérieure de Concertiste (DMA) from the Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris. She was also a featured musician on the runways of Paris Fashion Week and at the World Harp Congress. Our harp studio also takes full advantage of Lamont's many performance opportunities, participating in symphony orchestra and opera, as well as chamber, world, and contemporary groups.

The harp studio is part of the harp and guitar department.

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