The composition program at Towson University strives to integrate the best of compositional tradition with the potentials of current music technology.
Facilities to support this aim include the Creative Technology Lab, the Recording Studio, and Harold J. Kaplan Concert Hall and the Recital Hall, which both integrate with the Recording Studio and the Creative Technology Lab for the production and presentation of original multi-channel audio/visual works created by student composers.
The Creative Technology Lab is a dedicated creative studio for composition majors. This space is integrated with the two concert spaces (Kaplan Concert Hall and the Recital Hall) to support the creation and presentation of student composers' work..
The Recording Studio at Towson University Department of Music (RSTUDM) is a state-of-the-art creative production facility for recording and producing dedicated to student and faculty work in the Department of Music. Courses on recording techniques are taught in this facility and one of these courses is a requirement of the BM degree in composition.
Department of Music
Center for the Arts, Room # 3095 (map)
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.