McCune School of Music and Art

The McCune School of Music and Art was established in 1952. The school was administered by N. Lorenzo Mitchell for its duration at Brigham Young University. It was expunged from the University in 1957.


Established: 1952

Abolished: 1957

Location: Salt Lake City, Utah (1952-1957)


The School functioned as an annex to Brigham Young University proper, offering a degree of Bachelors in Arts from the University. It also administered non-credit courses, acting as a preparatory school. Courses were offered in the following areas: Piano, voice, violin, organ, choral conducting, orchestral instruments, theory, speech and drama, dance, and art.

Assets and Administrative Structure

The School was under the direction of an Administrator.

Associated Units

Superior unit: Brigham Young University (1952-1957)

Associated Archival Materials

McCune School of Music Papers (MSS 249)

Seven Year Report of the President (1950-51 to 1956-57) of Brigham Young University (LD 571 .B672 B76x)


Brigham Young University Annual Undergraduate Catalog 1953-1954: p. 41-43 (course offering) 377 (N. Lorenzo Mitchell, Administrator; history; functions; administrative structure).

Maintenance Information

Record ID:EAC-2010-00169

LCCN: nr 90008512

Creator: ARC