Do you want to be a part of a thriving community dedicated to UNT's top-tier Jazz Studies program? If so, you might consider the Jazz Studies Living-Learning Community. This community is home to a talented group of musicians who seek to refine their craft, develop their improvisation skills, and become a well-rounded musician. Whether you're a Jazz Studies major, a music composition, education, or performance major, or just interested in these areas, this wing will provide you with a tight-knit community who all share a common interest in music, especially Jazz, and the Living-Learning Community Faculty Mentor for this particular community is Gabriel Evens, the pianist for the famed One O'Clock Lab Band!
If you were to join the Living-Learning Community for Jazz Studies students, you would encounter the following:
The Jazz Studies Living-Learning Community is housed in Bruce Hall for the 2015 - 2016 year. The wing is only a short distance from the practice modules, which any Bruce resident can use, and the hall itself is located right across the street from the Music Building.