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Yale Institute of Sacred Music

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Yale Institute of Sacred Music

The Yale Institute of Sacred Music traces its roots to the School of Sacred Music founded at Union Theological Seminary in New York City. The seminary's department of church music was brought to Yale in 1972, entering into partnership with the Yale School of Music and the Yale Divinity School. The Institute offers programs in organ performance, choral conducting, liturgical studies, voice, and religion and the arts.

Students can achieve the degrees of Master of Music, Master of Musical Arts, Doctor of Musical Arts, Artist Diploma, Master of Divinity, Master of Arts in Religion in Liturgical Studies, Master of Arts in Religion in Music and Religion, a comprehensive Master of Arts in Religion, or Master of Sacred Theology through the affiliated schools.

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