Doctorate in Sacred Music?
  • Tactus
    Posts: 17
    Does anyone know if there is such a thing? Or is it only a choice between organ and conducting?
  • Benjamin T. Rome School of Music/Catholic University, D.C.
    1. DMA-Sacred Music
    2. DMA-performance

    Yale Divinity School-
    1. Ph. D- Liturgics

    I don't think Westiminster's offerings are above the Masters level. Might also look at St. Olaf's directory.
  • Franco
    Posts: 12
    Indiana University also offers a combined doctoral degree in Organ and Church Music.
  • marajoymarajoy
    Posts: 781
    The University of Michigan has a "Doctor of Musical Arts in Performance: Liturgical, Church, and Synangogue Music." (It has a strong focus on organ.)
  • And of course Indiana is one of the top schools in the country as well.
  • catpower
    Posts: 4
    Graduate Theologican Foundation is a good option if you don't mind the tuition fees.
    At any rate you can consult a study advisor to help you out with this.
    Good luck.
  • CUA's Sacred Music program is quite good, but I'm biased (I'm a grad).

    Whisper me if you want more info.