Music has long been an integral part of a liberal arts education at Georgetown. Since the inception of the American Musical Culture degree program in 2007, more and more students have chosen to focus their studies on music, employing perspectives from the fields of musicology and ethnomusicology, film and media studies, public policy, politics, and social justice. The ongoing growth of the Music Program supports rigorous interdisciplinary study, as well as participation in our many vocal and instrumental ensembles, offering majors, minors, and other active students a chance to weave camaraderie, artistic expression, and creative collaboration into their college experience.

We invite Alumni of the Music Program and those for whom music was central to their Georgetown lives, to connect, share memories, and glimpses of your current work. Here you can learn what friends and classmates are doing in their professional lives and stay up to date on upcoming Music events and initiatives. Share with us news and updates from your professional lives! 

Alumni News

We look forward to sharing updates about AMMC graduates here!

2016 Alumni Events

Thursday, September 15 - Saturday, September 17, 2016

GEMA ROCKS (organized by GEMA - the Georgetown Entertainment and Media Alliance alumni group) is a concert/ performance showcase featuring 6 decades of students and alumni - all of which highlights the performing arts at Georgetown and raises money for the university.

About Georgetown Entertainment & Media Alliance
Founded in 2002, The Georgetown Entertainment & Media Alliance (GEMA) aims to elevate Georgetown's profile in the entertainment and media community, by strengthening the ties between the University and its alumni and by developing relevant programs and resources for both alumni and current Georgetown students. Comprised of alumni, students, parents and friends affiliated with the media and entertainment industry, GEMA has grown to over 2,000 members representing a diversity of specialties including film, television, theater, publishing, music, sports, journalism, public relations and many other fields in media and entertainment.