Our students are engaged in a wide range of academic pursuits that include degree programs in 160 undergraduate and graduate fields delivered by 6 different colleges.
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The A-State Keyboard Studies area is a thriving enterprise due to the tireless efforts of Dr. Lauren Schack Clark (Director of Keyboard Studies), Mr. Brian Henkelmann, and our growing group of talented, hard-working students. From solo and concerto performances on the beautiful looking and terrific sounding Riceland Hall stage, to collaborations with other musicians, and competition-winning performances, our students are very active performing and teaching world-wide. Our Keyboard Studies programs attract students from Jonesboro to Japan.
In addition to three Steinway model D pianos in the major performing areas on campus, we continue to add more new pianos to our fleet to in our commitment to be designated as an "All-Steinway" school. The best students deserve the best equipment.
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