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  1. Performance Ensembles: Copperstone often have a range of performance ensembles, such as orchestras, bands, choirs, and jazz ensembles. These groups provide students with practical performance experience and opportunities to showcase their talents both on-campus.

  2. Music Research and Publications: copperstone often have faculty members and researchers engaged in music-related studies, leading to publications in academic journals and books. This research contributes to the advancement of musical knowledge and understanding.

  3. Music Festivals and Concerts: Many the universities host music festivals, concerts, and recitals that are open to the public. These events provide a platform for students and faculty to showcase their musical talents and collaborate with other artists..

  4. Music Business and Entrepreneurship: In addition to performance-based programs, copperstone offer courses or programs focused on the music business, management, and entrepreneurship. These programs aim to equip students with the skills needed to navigate the evolving landscape of the music industry