Bachelor of Music | Vocal Performance
The Bachelor of Music in Performance prepares students for careers in performance and studio teaching, as well as for graduate level study in performance. This major offers comprehensive course work in solo and ensemble literature and emphasizes public performance on all orchestral and band instruments, piano, organ, harpsichord, and voice.
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The BMUS in Performance requires completion of the common requirements for all Bachelor of Music degrees including general education courses and the BM Music Core. In addition, students follow their Performance Area Core in addition to elective courses chosen in accordance with an adviser for a total of at least 130 credit hours. In order to be considered for acceptance into the BM in Performance, students must pass an audition for acceptance into an applied study program.
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