Our graduates are Lamont's encore around the world. They perform on stages from The Metropolitan Opera to London's West End, edit scores for major motion pictures and conduct in concert halls from Europe to South America.
Photo: Andrea Shea, WBUR. A playback session for Shostakovich: Symphony No.8, Symphony Hall, Boston, March 2016. (L to R) Boston Symphony Orchestra recording engineer Nick Squire, Maestro Andris Nelsons and the recipient of the 2021 Lamont Distinguished Alumni Award, Robert Wolff (BM 1983).
Arts Career Information
Arts Administration Careers
One career path alumni can consider is arts administration. Many of our alums have gone on to enjoy fulfilling careers in a variety of administrative and managerial roles.Learn More
Performing and Audio Careers
While alumni find success in opera companies, orchestras or other performing groups. Other areas where you can find performing jobs include churches or synagogues, military bands and the cruise industry.Learn More
Arts Education Careers
Lamont graduates teach in many areas outside the traditional K-12 programs. Many have thriving performance studios, lecture in colleges and universities and give master classes around the world.Learn More
Lamont Graduate Programs
Are you interested in continuing your education with a Lamont masters program, artist diploma, or certificate? Our Office of Admission is here to assist you. Find out which programs are right for you.
DU Job Board
The DU Job Board is stacked with jobs posted by alums, community members and local and international employers. Stay up to date on the most recent opportunities in your field.
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DU Alumna Takes Center Stage at The Met
It’s the dream of every aspiring opera singer: to appear on stage at the Metropolitan Opera in New York.
Lamont Honors First Distinguished Alum
The Lamont School of Music has named Chinese opera luminary Hao Jiang Tian (MA ’87) as the recipient of its inaugural Distinguished Alumni Award.