Music

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Music students have performance opportunities from the first semester onward.

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Stellar faculty includes 19 members of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Grammy winners and performing and recording artists, augmented by guests such as acclaimed DSO conductor Jaap van Zweden.

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Numerous ensembles and programs, including the Meadows Opera Theatre, provide multiple opportunities for performing on and off campus.

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Multiple degrees are offered in performance, composition, music therapy, education and more at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

Alfred Mouledous

Alfred Mouledous

Professor of Piano

Alfred Mouledous is professor of piano at the Meadows School of the Arts. He has been a faculty member at SMU for 46 years. During most of his tenure at SMU he also served as pianist for the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. Professor Mouledous earned the B.M., M.M., Performer's Certificate, and Artist Diploma from the Eastman School of Music, where he was a student of Cecile Genhart. He was also a scholarship student of Walter Gieseking in Saarbruechen and at Alfred Cortot in Paris. Mouledous has performed numerous solo and chamber recitals throughout the United States and has performed concerti with many major orchestras, collaborating with conductors such as Georg Solti, Erich Leinsdorf, Howard Hanson, Eduardo Mata, Paul Paray, Paul Kletzki, and Donald Johanos. He has recorded for Mercury and Envoy Records and performed in concert on radio (WWL) and television (NBC).

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