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The Master of Music in Music Performance requires 32 semester hours for all concentrations except organ, which requires 34 semester hours, and vocal pedagogy, which requires 35 semester hours. Our MM programs offer conservatory-type performance training, complemented with academic offerings directly related to careers in performance. MM in Music Performance students graduate with performance and entrepreneurial skills enabling entry into the profession or further studies.

The MM in Music Performance degree can be pursued with any one of the following concentrations:

  • Collaborative Piano
  • Conducting (Choral)
  • Conducting (Instrumental)
  • Early Keyboard Instruments
  • Organ
  • Piano
  • Piano Pedagogy
  • String, Wind, Percussion
  • Vocal Pedagogy
  • Voice
  • Multiple Woodwinds

Curriculum

Graduate Bulletin listing for this degree program