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Master of Music in Music Performance

Master of Music in Music Performance

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Within the framework approved by the faculty of the University and the College of Music, graduate programs are designed to respond to current professional and social needs and to students’ expectations and goals. The programs combine selected aspects of the following learning opportunities: requisite course work; outreach and teaching experiences; and production, performance, or research projects. An applicant who selects the instrumental music area must also specify the major instrument or group of instruments (e.g., piano, harp, flute, or percussion instruments) from the categories listed below: Brass and Percussion: trumpet, horn, trombone, euphonium, tuba, and percussion; Keyboard: piano; Stringed instruments: harp, violin, viola, cello, double bass; Woodwinds: flute, oboe, clarinet, saxophone, bassoon. An applicant who selects the instrumental specialist area must also specify one of the following three major specialties: brass instruments specialist, stringed instruments specialist, or woodwind instruments specialist. An applicant who selects brass instruments specialist must specify the major brass instrument and two secondary brass instruments. An applicant who selects stringed instruments specialist must specify the major stringed instrument and one secondary stringed instrument. An applicant who selects woodwind instruments specialist must specify the major woodwind instrument and three secondary woodwind instruments.
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