The Benjamin T. Rome School of Music is the preeminent Catholic center for music study in American higher education. We have:

  • 160 undergraduates and 140 graduate students
  • 25 full-time and 58 adjunct and part-time faculty
  • Four main-stage productions, dozens of ensemble concerts, and over 100 recitals each year.
  • Faculty in the National Symphony Orchestra and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
  • Concerts in Rome and at the Vatican for Pope John Paul II, at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Carnegie Hall, at Washington's Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception and in major U.S. and European cities
  • Our alumni include:
    • Distinguished scholars on the faculty of various universities, as well as the Library of Congress
    • Educators, liturgical musicians
    • Finalists in the Metropolitan Opera National Auditions or those who sing principal roles with the Met and other major international opera houses
    • Performers on Broadway/Off-Broadway
    • Players with major symphony orchestras