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Still from Stephanie Meyers' LOCKJAW video

Stephanie Meyers releases "LOCKJAW" video

VCFA graduate Stephanie Meyers (Aug '16) has released the video…
VCFA Music Composition student Bunny Beck

Bunny Beck Featured on Podcast

Sandi Klein’s “Conversations with Creative Women” podcast…

Beth Bradfish Concert and Exhibition Grace New York

Chicago-based VCFA alum Beth Bradfish has an ongoing exhibition…
Photograph of composer Aaron Wyanski

Aaron Wyanski ('15) Finishing DMA Dissertation for University of Hartford

by Cameron Finch Aaron Wyanski, who graduated from the MFA…

Diving Into Everything Part 2: An Interview with Carla Kihlstedt

by Cameron Finch Our interview with MFA in Music Composition…

Diving Into Everything Part 1: An Interview with Carla Kihlstedt

by Cameron Finch Carla Kihlstedt is a composer, musician, and…

The Master of Fine Arts in Music Composition at Vermont College of Fine Arts is the first program of its kind, offering a chance for you to forge your own creative path, refine your composition skills, and grow more vital as an artist, composer, and musician.

Students come from diverse stylistic backgrounds and have varied compositional interests. This musically inclusive MFA program reflects that diversity, offering opportunities to work in multiple focus areas, such as: film, TV & game scoring, concert music, electronic music, songwriting, and jazz. Our highly accomplished faculty work in many genres, and students can specialize in one area or several, exploring and blending musical streams.

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