What makes Eastman special?

What makes Eastman special?

Eastman alumni from across the country share thoughts on how the supportive Eastman community helped them discover their unique musical paths.

Help us make more music.
There are a myriad of ways to help support Eastman. Please contact Cathy Hain, Assistant Vice President of Advancement at Eastman School of Music, at (585).274.1045 for more information.

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