Emily Spitz
Associate Director of Admissions

Emily Spitz came to the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music in 2017. Before joining the Student Affairs team, she earned her Bachelor’s of Music in Music Education at New York University and her Master’s of Philosophy in Musicology at the University of Cambridge. Her main instrument is the flute. When she’s not geeking out over musical topics, she enjoys playing video games, writing, and roping friends into her quest for the best sushi in LA.

Explore Other Degrees

Graduate study and training in choral, orchestral, or wind conducting
The study of global musical traditions through performance training, research, and field work
Global Jazz Studies
Jazz performance and musicianship courses are paired with African American Studies
Music Composition
Mentorship in the creation and realization of music for concerts, opera, and visual media
Music Education
Preparation for music educators leading to a B.A. and teaching credential in just four years
Music History & Industry
Combining Musicology and the Music Industry minor for practical hands-on training with the study of music within the context of different societies, cultures, and theories
Music Industry
Industry professionals and UCLA faculty prepare students for music-related careers
The scholarly study of the histories, cultures, and critical interpretations of music and music-making
Music Performance
Study and training towards professional performance careers in Western classical music