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Philadelphia,PA 19103
215.893.5252
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Curtis provides complete and diversified musical training. Students study with distinguished artist-teachers in private lessons, repertoire classes, and chamber music coachings. These performance experiences are augmented by courses in the Musical Studies, Career Studies, and Liberal Arts departments, as well as uncommonly frequent performance opportunities. Students who have completed Curtis’s liberal arts requirements may enroll at no cost at the University of Pennsylvania for additional courses not available at Curtis, under the reciprocal agreement between the two schools.

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