Collaborative Piano

Collaborative Arts Studies in Piano holds a distinguished and active place at the Rudi E. Scheidt School of Music. Directed by Dr. Cathal Breslin, the program offers one of the most comprehensive and challenging curriculum in the United States. Members of the resident ensembles - Ceruti String Quartet, Memphis Brass Quintet and Memphis Woodwind Quintet - are joined by the esteemed vocal and opera studies faculty to provide coachings and a complete musical education needed by 21st century collaborative artists in order to succeed.

Master and Doctorate degrees are offered in Performance with a concentration in Collaborative Piano.

For more information on Collaborative Piano studies, contact Area Coordinator, Cathal Breslin at