With a broad range of bachelor's and master's degree programs and countless opportunities for music exploration, Fredonia is among the best places to enter professional music training. Our reputation is built on a long history of excellence, consistency, trust, innovation, and insight from a faculty dedicated to teaching.
Fredonia has been known and recognized for excellence in music and music education for over 100 years. Choosing Fredonia links you to an illustrious list of alumni who have made great careers in music education, performance, composition, and other related specializations.
Your education at Fredonia can take you anywhere you want to go, and our artist faculty are here to help you realize your dreams.
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Dr. Gerald T. Gray
It is with great sadness that we share the news of the death of our dear colleague and friend, Dr. Gerald T. Gray, Professor of Music and Coordinator of Choral Activities, on October 15, 2017.
Gerald joined the Fredonia faculty in 2002. Known for his precise musicianship, grand musical collaborations and productions, careful guidance of his students, sense of humor, and appreciation for the finest things in life, Gerald will be deeply missed. There will be a musical memorial for him, the details of which will be announced at a later date.
In lieu of flowers or gifts, please honor Gerald’s life by contributing to the Dr. Gerald Gray Choral Scholarship Fund in honor of his work at Fredonia. Those who wish to give online may go to: https://give-to-fredonia.
Then choose School of Music in the first window. In the second window, scroll down to "Dr. Gerald Gray Choral Scholarship Fund."
Gerald’s legacy is alive and among us when we are good and kind to one another, and when we make music with love in our hearts.