Center for International Education

Austria and Italy

Music & Culture in Salzburg, Vienna & Venice

This program gives you the unique opportunity to spend your summer in three of Europe's most sought after cities. Learn outside of the classroom in the theaters, concert halls, and landmarks we visit. Get to know the birthplace of some of the world's most legendary composers - from Beethoven and Brahms to Mahler and Mozart.

Students also have opportunities to perform with the Cathedral Choir in Salzburg, participate in folk dance and historical dance workshops in Vienna, and attend concerts and musical productions throughout the program.

Program Details


Andrea Reece '13

"This course presented opportunities to students that most of them could have never dreamed of. It is an experience of a lifetime, and has most certainly inspired its participants to dig deeper into the subject that they love most: music."

At A Glance

Semester: Summer A

Program Level: Undergraduate

Program Type: Academic

Major(s): Music Theory, Music Therapy, Music Education

Language Requirement: None

Cumulative GPA Requirement: 3.0

Program Director

Marjorie A. Roth

Marjorie A. Roth

Professor in Music
Music House 23

Education: Ph.D. Musicology, Eastman School of Music; D.M.A., Eastman School of Music; M.M. Performance and Literature, Eastman School of Music; M.A. Musicology, Eastman School of Music; B.A. Music, University of Wisconsin–Parkside

Teaching and Research Interests: Studio flute, Renaissance studies, women's studies, esoteric studies, and music history pedagogy. 

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