Organ Performance at the University of Oklahoma
The organ studio at the University of Oklahoma School of Music is renowned for its commitment to excellence, innovation, and student success. Founded on the 1938-1976 teaching legacy of famed pedagogue Mildred Andrews Boggess, organ students have come from all across the country for decades to participate in this unique studio. Our internationally distinguished faculty are highly gifted musicians and passionately committed teachers. A low faculty-to-student ratio ensures each student receives quality interaction on a personal and professional level. In addition to a traditional classical program of study including Organ Literature & History, History of Hymnody, and Sacred Music, we remain the only accredited University organ program in the country where students can study the History and Technique of Organbuilding, taught at OU for over a decade. The 45-rank Fisk organ, Op. 111, installed in 1999, is the crowning jewel of the many instruments available at OU and in the surrounding city. Full scholarships including fees, and Graduate Assistantships plus stipend and health insurance available.