Gregory Deane Smith is an accomplished professional baritone and choral conductor. Greg was born in Brooklyn, NY and has lived in Princeton, NJ for over 30 years. A graduate of Syracuse...
Statement of Academic Purpose providing the faculty a sense of your scholarly interests and intellectual trajectory; Resume/Curriculum Vitae; Recommendation Letters; Transcripts; GRE and TOEFL results (as relevant); Samples of your best written work (seminar papers, senior thesis, published articles). For further details, please visit the Graduate School Admission Page.
during the fall semester is helpful for students who would like to meet the faculty and current graduate students, and to observe seminars. For further information or to make an appointment please contact: Greg Smith (Graduate Program Administrator) or Simon Morrison (Director of Graduate Studies, 2019-20).
are typically made in late February or early March. Students who are accepted into the program will be invited for a campus visit to meet the faculty and students.
requires a bachelor’s degree or its foreign equivalent from an accredited college or university. You may apply to only one department, program, or combined program per year.
Simon Morrison is an archival historian specializing in 20th-century Russian and Soviet music with expertise in opera, dance, film, sketch studies, and historically informed performance.
The application for the Musicology PhD must be submitted, and all required supporting material must be uploaded by the deadline through the...