Master Program in Music Performance in North America

Top Master's Degrees in Music Performance in North America 2017

Music Performance

A masters is awarded to students who have completed postgraduate level study in a specific field of study or area of professional practice while demonstrating a high level of mastery during the process.

Programs that are focused on music performance offer students the chance to learn about musicology, music theory and musical instruments. Students may choose to specialize in an area such as voice, percussion, brass or piano.

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Master's in Music Performance in North America

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MM in Music

Binghamton University
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Binghamton

Binghamton University’s nationally accredited Department of Music offers the Master of Music (MM) and the Master of Music in Opera degree programs. The former is best suited for music professionals and educators with various concentrations. [+]

Top Master's Degrees in Music Performance in North America 2017. MM in Music Binghamton University’s nationally accredited Department of Music offers the Master of Music (MM) and the Master of Music in Opera degree programs. The former is best suited for music professionals and educators with various concentrations. The latter trains young artists for a career in opera. The Tri-Cities Opera provides the opera students with a professional resident artist program, allowing for immense growth in personal, professional and creative endeavors through performing with TCO. Prospective students are encouraged to apply early for a limited number of assistantships, scholarships and awards. Our Master of Music program consists of five concentrations: Composition Conducting History and Literature Instrumental Performance Vocal Performance There is also a separate Opera track for those who seek special focus on the theatrical opportunities of music. Whichever path you pursue, we have over thirty experienced faculty to illuminate the subject and open you up to new experiences. We have a symphony orchestra, wind ensemble, and jazz ensemble, as well as three choral groups and an African Dance/drumming ensemble. The graduate music program is small; students receive personal attention from faculty and quality performance opportunities. Our graduates have gone on to perform in major opera houses around the world. Degrees Offered MM in Music After You Graduate Alumni of Binghamton have gone onto various careers as musical educators at a university level, secondary level, or in freelance coaching. Others perform in a number of venues and contexts, or have proceeded to further graduate study. Besides TCO, our instrumental and choral groups have had the chance to accompany professional groups in the area in collaborative performances. Meanwhile composition students at Binghamton have competed at (and won) national competitions. The university’s Career Development Center is a further resource that can help students prepare for interviews, put together resumes, and find networking opportunities. Admissions Requirements To be eligible for graduate study, you must: Provide a complete set of your undergraduate (and, if applicable, graduate) transcripts showing one of the following: You have earned a bachelor's degree (or its equivalent) from a nationally or regionally accredited college or university You are within one academic year of earning a bachelor’s degree (or its equivalent) from a nationally or regionally accredited college or university You are eligible to apply as part of a memorandum of understanding between your current institution and Binghamton University Have earned, at minimum, one of the following: A 3.0 GPA over your entire undergraduate career A 3.0 GPA during your last 60 semester credits or 90 quarter credits of your undergraduate degree, with most courses graded regularly (not as "pass/fail") A 3.0 GPA in a graduate degree, with most courses graded regularly (not as "pass/fail") In consideration of the different grading scales used around the world, each academic department evaluates international transcripts to determine on a case-by-case basis whether they demonstrate one of the above requirements. All applicants should contact the director of graduate studies directly prior to submitting application materials for specific information pertaining to specialization-specific requirements, screening recordings, auditions and other aspects of the application process. See the department website for details. To apply, you must submit the following materials. For general guidelines for these materials, see the Admission Requirements website. Online graduate degree application with graduate degree application fee Transcripts from each college or university that you have attended An undergraduate degree in music is desirable for admission. Candidates with majors in other fields may be considered on a case-by-case basis if there is evidence of significant undergraduate music coursework in performance, music theory and music history. Personal statement of 2 to 3 pages describing your reasons for pursuing graduate study, your career aspirations, your special interests within your field, and any unusual features of your background that might need explanation or be of interest to the graduate admissions committee Résumé or curriculum vitae detailing both educational and professional experience Two letters of recommendation Official GRE scores for music history and literature applicants Depending on your desired track or emphasis, you must also additional application materials, such as recordings or work samples. See the department website for details. International students must also submit the following materials. For more information about these materials, see the International Students section of the Admission Requirements website. International Student Financial Statement (ISFS) form Supporting financial documentation (such as bank statements, scholarship or sponsor letters, etc.) Proof of English proficiency (such as official TOEFL/IELTS/PTE Academic scores) This information is subject to change. While we make every effort to update these program pages, we recommend that you contact the department with questions about program-specific requirements. Deadlines Fall: February 15 (Funding) / April 1 Spring: October 1 [-]

Master of Music

University of Redlands
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Redlands

In the School of Music our goal is to educate the whole musician, not just to train a performer. [+]

In the School of Music our goal is to educate the whole musician, not just to train a performer. All great performances go far beyond technical mastery to include a sense of history, society, culture and art. Through a conservatory approach in a liberal arts setting, our students learn to perform, interpret and teach music in a rich learning environment that provides a broad education and intense training. Our studio teachers are among the finest musicians and teachers in Southern California. The classes are small and your teachers will know you as a person, not just as a name on a class roster. Music Admissions In the School of Music our goal is to educate the whole musician, not just to train a performer. All great performances go far beyond technical mastery to include a sense of history, society, culture and art. Through a conservatory approach in a liberal arts setting, our students learn to perform, interpret and teach music in a rich learning environment that provides a broad education and intense training. Our studio teachers are among the finest musicians and teachers in Southern California. The classes are small and your teachers will know you as a person, not just as a name on a class roster. Whether music is your major or you just have an interest in music, everyone is encouraged to participate in the diverse, musical environment found on campus. At Redlands you can perform in the Wind Ensemble, Orchestra, University Choir, the Madrigal Singers, Chapel Singers, Jazz Ensemble, Jazz Combo, Percussion Ensemble and Opera Theater Workshop. Performance opportunities abound with more than 200 performances presented on campus annually, including the University's holiday tradition, the Feast of Lights. The School of Music offers two undergraduate degrees: Bachelor of Music in Performance, Composition or Music Education and the Bachelor of Arts with a Major in Music, as well as a minor in music. The School of Music also offers a Master's degree in: Performance, Conducting, and Composition, as well as an Artist Diploma. The University of Redlands School of Music is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Music. You are encouraged to visit campus, observe a class, have a sample lesson and/or sit in on a rehearsal. Come and see what we do! The School of Music offers the following graduate degrees: Master of Music in: Performance Conducting Composition [-]

Master of Music – Jazz Studies and Performance

William Paterson University of New Jersey
Campus Full time January 2017 USA Wayne

The Jazz Studies concentration offers a high-level experience in small jazz ensemble and solo performance, arranging and composition, improvisation, and instrumental/vocal performance skills. In addition, William Paterson jazz students have access to high-level, primary source studies available only in the New York area, and to current pedagogical techniques in the areas of improvisation and arranging. A deeper level of study arises from the following: added historical and theoretical background (in the Western European tradition, as well as in jazz); primary source research and graduate-level writing opportunities uniquely available in jazz; current technological innovations as they relate to jazz; and application of these issues to pedagogical techniques in higher education and/or public schools. [+]

Top Master's Degrees in Music Performance in North America 2017. Master of Music – Jazz Studies and Performance (MM) Degree Offered: Master of Music Concentration: Jazz Studies & Performance Campus Location: Main Campus Application Deadline: February 1 (Fall admission only) Program Description: The Jazz Studies concentration offers a high-level experience in small jazz ensemble and solo performance, arranging and composition, improvisation, and instrumental/vocal performance skills. In addition, William Paterson jazz students have access to high-level, primary source studies available only in the New York area, and to current pedagogical techniques in the areas of improvisation and arranging. A deeper level of study arises from the following: added historical and theoretical background (in the Western European tradition, as well as in jazz); primary source research and graduate-level writing opportunities uniquely available in jazz; current technological innovations as they relate to jazz; and application of these issues to pedagogical techniques in higher education and/or public schools. Program Features Over 20 ensembles perform each semester-duos, trios, quintets, sextets, Big Band, Latin Band, Repertory Band, Vocal Workshop, Vocal Lab. Focus on improvisation, as well as repertoire, group performance techniques. WP Jazz Faculty - Veteran New York musicians with international reputations as performers, recording artists, arrangers and conductors in residence-accessible and dedicated to teaching. Small Jazz Program Size - Twenty graduate students are given many opportunities for one-on-one interaction. Performance Opportunities - Jazz majors perform in four weekly ensemble rehearsals. Student groups are featured as opening for professional jazz artists on William Paterson's renowned Jazz Room Concert Series, on the University's Midday Recital Series, in the annual Willowbrook Jazz Festival, and in a number of area jazz clubs. Dialogue Days - Small jazz group showcase performances followed by critiques from faculty and fellow students Private Instrument/Vocal Study for all jazz majors with William Paterson's respected resident and adjunct faculty. Challenging Full-Course Sequences in Improvisation, Ear Training, Jazz History and Analysis, Small Group and Big Band Arranging, Piano, Comprehensive Musicianship. Admission Requirements: In addition to the University’s admission requirements: Completed SlideRoom application. Cumulative grade point average of 2.75 on a scale of 4.00. Two letters of recommendation. Jazz performance track majors: An audition CD or tape following these requirements: The taped performance should demonstrate ability to play within a group and strengths as a soloist. Perform a minimum of three tunes: One up-tempo tune such as "Cherokee," "Ornithology," "It Could Happen To You," "Just Friends," or a similar selection. One ballad such as "Body and Soul," "In a Sentimental Mood," "I Can't Get Started," or a similar selection. One medium-tempo tune such as "All the Things You Are," "Out of Nowhere," "Have You Met Miss Jones?" or a similar selection. At least one chorus within the presentation of each tune should be performed unaccompanied. Special Audition Notes: Piano, guitar, and mallet instruments: Performance should demonstrate ability to accompany, as well as to solo. One of the required selections must be performed unaccompanied. Drum set: Performance should demonstrate ability to use brushes as well as sticks, and to play through the head of the up-tune unaccompanied, outlining rhythmic structure of the melody. Bass: Performance should demonstrate ability to construct a walking bass line and should showcase strengths as an improviser. Acoustic bassists should demonstrate use of the bow. Vocalists: If currently studying voice, include sample of vocalization at the beginning of tape. Performance should demonstrate the ability to scat, as well as an understanding of the lyric. Program Requirements: 36 credits of graduate study. One-hour recital. Satisfactory completion of a comprehensive examination, which carries no course credit and is required of all students. Final project. Master of Music (Jazz Studies & Performance concentration, 36 Credits) Arranging Concentration Applied Lessons 12 Ensembles (one per semester) 4 Research Techniques 3 Transcription and Analysis 3 Graduate Seminar 3 Jazz Pedagogy 3 Topics in Jazz History 2 Advanced Jazz Ear Training 2 Entrepreneurship in the Music and Ent. Industry 2 Performance Practice 2 Masters Thesis or Tribute Recital 0 Performance Recital 0 Composition and Arranging Performance Track 36 credits First Year – Fall semester 9 credits MUSP 5940 Applied Lessons 3 MUSP 5410 Chamber Jazz Ensemble 1 MUSI 5750 Transcription and Analysis 3 MUSI 5740 Advanced Jazz Ear Training 2 First Year – Spring semester 9 credits MUSP 5950 Applied Lessons 3 MUSP 5420 Chamber Jazz Ensemble 1 MUSI 5300 Research Techniques 3 MUSI 6780 Topics in Jazz History 2 Second Year – Fall semester 9 credits MUSP 6950 Applied Lessons 3 MUSP 6410 Chamber Jazz Ensemble 1 MUSI 6300 Graduate Seminar 3 MUSI 6760 Performance Practice 2 Second Year – Spring semester 9 credits MUSP 6950 Applied Lessons 3 MUSP 6420 Chamber Jazz Ensemble 1 MUSI 6700 Pedagogy of Jazz 3 MUSI 6400 Entrepreneurship in the Mus and Ent. Industry 2 MUSI 6910 Master's Thesis or MUSI 6020 Tribute Recital 0 [-]

Master of Music – Jazz Studies and Arranging

William Paterson University of New Jersey
Campus Full time January 2017 USA Wayne

The jazz studies concentration offers a high-level experience in small jazz ensemble and solo performance, arranging and composition, improvisation, and instrumental/vocal performance skills. In addition, William Paterson jazz students have access to high-level, primary source studies available only in the New York area, and to current pedagogical techniques in improvisation and arranging. A deeper level of study arises from the following: added historical and theoretical background (in the Western European tradition, as well as in jazz); primary source research and graduate-level writing opportunities uniquely available in jazz; current technological innovations as they relate to jazz; and application of these issues to pedagogical techniques in higher education and/or public schools. [+]

Master of Music – Jazz Studies and Arranging (MM) Degree Offered: Master of Music Concentration: Jazz Studies and Arranging Campus Location: Main Campus Application Deadline: February 1 (Fall admission only) Program Description: The jazz studies concentration offers a high-level experience in small jazz ensemble and solo performance, arranging and composition, improvisation, and instrumental/vocal performance skills. In addition, William Paterson jazz students have access to high-level, primary source studies available only in the New York area, and to current pedagogical techniques in improvisation and arranging. A deeper level of study arises from the following: added historical and theoretical background (in the Western European tradition, as well as in jazz); primary source research and graduate-level writing opportunities uniquely available in jazz; current technological innovations as they relate to jazz; and application of these issues to pedagogical techniques in higher education and/or public schools. Program Features Over 20 ensembles perform each semester-duos, trios, quintets, sextets, Big Band, Latin Band, Repertory Band, Vocal Workshop, Vocal Lab. Focus on improvisation, as well as repertoire, group performance techniques. WP Jazz Faculty - Veteran New York musicians with international reputations as performers, recording artists, arrangers and conductors in residence-accessible and dedicated to teaching. Small Jazz Program Size - Twenty graduate students are given many opportunities for one-on-one interaction. Performance Opportunities - Jazz majors perform in four weekly ensemble rehearsals. Student groups are featured as opening for professional jazz artists on William Paterson's renowned Jazz Room Concert Series, on the University's Midday Recital Series, in the annual Willowbrook Jazz Festival, and in a number of area jazz clubs. Dialogue Days - Small jazz group showcase performances followed by critiques from faculty and fellow students Private Instrument/Vocal Study for all jazz majors with William Paterson's respected resident and adjunct faculty. Challenging Full-Course Sequences in Improvisation, Ear Training, Jazz History and Analysis, Small Group and Big Band Arranging, Piano, Comprehensive Musicianship. Admission Requirements: In addition to the University’s admission requirements: Completed SlideRoom application. Cumulative grade point average of 2.75 on a scale of 4.00. Two letters of recommendation. Jazz arranging track majors: A portfolio must contain a minimum of three scores with recording (CD or tape). One selection must feature a large ensemble. If possible, a cross-representation of styles, tempos, and instrumentation should be included. In addition to jazz pieces, works in other styles may be submitted. Please exclude extended improvisation sections. Program Requirements: 36 credits of graduate study. One-hour recital. Satisfactory completion of a comprehensive examination, which carries no course credit and is required of all students. Final Project. MM Jazz Studies: Arranging Concentration (36 credits) Arranging Concentration Arranging Lessons 12 Ensembles (one per semester) 4 Research Techniques 3 Transcription and Analysis 3 Music for the Media 3 Jazz Pedagogy 3 Topics in Jazz History 2 Advanced Jazz Ear Training 2 Entrepreneurship for the Jazz Musician 2 Topics in Arranging 2 Arranging Recital 0 Composition and Arranging Track 36 credits First Year – Fall semester 9 credits MUSP 5900 Arranging Lessons 3 MUSP 5410 Chamber Jazz Ensemble 1 MUSI 5750 Transcription and Analysis 3 MUSI 5740 Advanced Jazz Ear Training 2 First Year – Spring semester 9 credits MUSP 5910 Arranging Lessons 3 MUSP 5420 Chamber Jazz Ensemble 1 MUSI 5300 Research Techniques 3 MUSI 6780 Topics in Jazz History 2 Second Year – Fall semester 9 credits MUSP 6900 Arranging Lessons 3 MUSP 6410 Chamber Jazz Ensemble 1 MUSI 6680 Composing for the Media 3 MUSI 6770 Topics in Jazz Arranging 2 Second Year – Spring semester 9 credits MUSP 6910 Arranging Lessons 3 MUSP 6420 Chamber Jazz Ensemble 1 MUSI 6700 Pedagogy of Jazz 3 MUSI 6710 Entrepreneurship for the Jazz Musician 2 MUSP 6010 Arranging Recital 0 College of Arts and Communication Music Courses MUS 5610 Research Techniques 3 MUS 5580 Music Technology 3 MUS 5900 Graduate Seminar 3 [-]

One-on-one Broadcasting Master Equivalent inside a real radio station or media company

The Radio Connection
Online & Campus Combined Part time Open Enrolment USA Los Angeles

When you are accepted into our program, you will apprentice (extern) inside a real radio station, TV station or other media outlet in the location where you live (or another locale, if you so choose). You receive private, one-on-one instruction from a vastly experienced broadcast professional. This person is actually making a living in broadcasting. You will follow our structured course curriculum. You will receive homework. You will receive plenty of hands-on training in the studio. With our unique program, you do not spend one single day in a classroom! The radio station or media company is your “classroom”, and a real radio professional is your teacher and mentor. You will be the only student in the class! [+]

Top Master's Degrees in Music Performance in North America 2017. WE TRAIN YOU AS AN APPRENTICE (EXTERN) INSIDE A REAL RADIO STATION OR MEDIA COMPANY! ONLY AVAILABLE TO CANADIAN AND US CITIZENS When you are accepted into our program, you will apprentice (extern) inside a real radio station, TV station or other media outlet in the location where you live (or another locale, if you so choose). You receive private, one-on-one instruction from a vastly experienced broadcast professional. This person is actually making a living in broadcasting. You will follow our structured course curriculum. You will receive homework. You will receive plenty of hands-on training in the studio. With our unique program, you do not spend one single day in a classroom! The radio station or media company is your “classroom”, and a real radio professional is your teacher and mentor. You will be the only student in the class! At the Radio Connection, you will be gaining a lot more experience than just how to work at a radio station. When you train one-on-one with a broadcasting professional, you'll learn communications skills that can transfer you into many different realms of broadcasting, from radio to television, and even the growing field of Internet streaming and YouTube hosting. Our comprehensive curriculum covers everything you need to become a 21st-century broadcasting professional. It's also why our curriculum is flexible to fit your goals and interests, whether you want to be a radio DJ, voiceover talent, news anchor, sportscaster, or even host your own Internet show! The best thing about the Radio Connection curriculum is that you never have to go it alone. Your mentor will be there to support you every step of the way. You'll gain knowledge one-on-one from a highly experienced broadcasting professional, and all your learning will take place on-the-job in a real broadcasting facility. You will learn at your own speed, and you can ask your mentor countless questions! WHAT IS THE CURRICULUM LIKE? Our Radio Connection program is 6 months long, with an intensive mixture of homework, practice, and assisting your mentor on-the-job. Here's just a taste of what you'll learn: 1. History of broadcasting 2. FCC rules and regulations 3. Breathing and voice exercises 4. Speech training 5. Copy and commercial writing 6. News broadcasting 7. Sports announcing 8. Public service announcements 9. Disc jockey announcing 10. Preparing your resume 11. Preparing your audition recording 12. Television broadcasting 13. YouTube hosting 14. …and much more! MENTORSHIP Larry King recently told the world on camera the following: "To break into radio or broadcasting you need to be inside the door of a real radio station or media company." At the Radio Connection, all of our students learn inside a real radio station or media company from a professional. Students are mentored individually and experience the business and creative of broadcasting from the professionals. CONNECTIONS Connections are the key to having a career in this industry. Connections are what make the world go round. Connections are what get you hired or what gets you your own show. LOCATIONS We are located everywhere in nearly every city in the United States and we will place you as an apprentice (extern) in a radio station or media company that suits your career goals. You must already have the right to live and work in the United States. This course does not qualify for a international student VISA. International Students need not apply. HOSTING Would you like to make top money as a YouTube host? Or is TV your ultimate goal? Or maybe you're just dying to be the next radio sensation like Stern, Seacrest, or Limbaugh? Let us show you how to enhance your skills and monetize your passion. WHAT DOES IT COST, AND WHAT DO I GET FOR THE MONEY? The cost of our 6-month apprenticeship (externship) course is $8800 if paid in full, $9800 total if you select one of our financing options. There are absolutely no hidden fees or surprise costs; everything you need in order to graduate is included in this one fee, including: Our structured course curriculum , One-on-one instruction with a mentor, a broadcasting pro who specializes in your area of interest, All books and materials are included, Unlimited free tutoring, Your own web page , Training in marketing yourself through social media, Up to 12 months of job placement assistance upon graduation. [-]

MFA in Performing Arts

SCAD - The Savannah College of Art and Design
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Savannah

Whether your dream is to perform on stage or in film, as the voice of a beloved animated character or the face of an unforgettable advertisement, you can reach a global audience at SCAD. Our students receive focused instruction and countless opportunities to step in the limelight. [+]

Creative careers in the spotlight Whether your dream is to perform on stage or in film, as the voice of a beloved animated character or the face of an unforgettable advertisement, you can reach a global audience at SCAD. Our students receive focused instruction and countless opportunities to step in the limelight. You'll rub elbows with the greatest actors of our era at the Savannah Film Festival, and study under professors who are themselves award-winning performers, screenwriters and directors — all because, at SCAD, your passion takes center stage. M.F.A. in performing arts Available at: - Savannah PERF 701 Graduate Improvisation Technique for Screen and Stage PERF 705 Art of Combat for Screen and Stage PERF 708 Vocal Technique for Screen, Stage and Voice-over PERF 711 Contemporary Drama in Context PERF 718 Advanced Voice and Speech for Live and Recorded Media PERF 721 Performance Styles: Classical and Period Texts PERF 731 Performance Styles: Realism PERF 735 On-camera Performance Technique PERF 741 Performance Styles: Contemporary Acting PERF 745 On-camera Acting Styles PERF 755 On-camera Audition Techniques PERF 770 Branding, Self-marketing for the Performer PERF 775 On-camera Comedy Styles PERF 777 Applications in Performance PERF 790 Performing Arts M.F.A. Thesis — 700-level ARTH elective — 500- to 700-level elective — 500- to 700-level elective Total course of study: 90 hours Careers in performing arts Become an actor. Become a casting director. Become a stage manager. Undergraduate and graduate students have the opportunity to perform in showcases in Atlanta, Los Angeles and New York, attended by agents, casting directors and producers. In recent years, SCAD students have won the Kennedy Center Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship, the most prestigious performing arts competition and acting prize in higher education. Launch your career as a professional: Actor Art director Casting director Model Novelist Playwright Stand-up comedian Set designer Stage manager And get recruited and hired by the best of the best: Actor's Express Theatre Alliance Theatre American Idol Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival Interlakes Summer Theatre Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival Oregon Shakespeare Festival Paskal Rudnicke Casting Rolling Stone Magazine [-]

Master of Music in Vocal Performance

North Park University
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Chicago

A master of music in vocal performance degree is an important step on your career journey as a classical singer. [+]

Top Master's Degrees in Music Performance in North America 2017. Master of Music in Vocal Performance Earn Your Master's in Vocal Performance A master of music in vocal performance degree is an important step on your career journey as a classical singer. You’ll explore technique, style, lyric diction, and more, gaining valuable performance experience through solo and ensemble work. Advanced training will help you grow your own talent and ability so you can successfully pursue roles in festivals, workshops, and companies. You’ll also be prepared for performance and coaching careers in a variety of professional, nonprofit, or church settings. Why North Park? North Park’s master’s program in vocal performance recognizes the uniqueness of all singers, offering individual attention in vocal technique, performance, academic preparation, coaching, and pedagogical instruction to help you excel on your own path. Your study will include private lessons, survey courses, workshops, and ensembles, preparing you for a performance career and as a coach for other singers. The School of Music’s close connections to Chicago’s music community provide opportunities to learn from active professionals and to experience a wide range of performances as you grow toward your own professional goals. Stage Time You’ll get extensive stage experience in the MMVP program, performing in a variety of settings with opportunities for both solo and ensemble work with other music students. Fully staged operas Choral performances with solo opportunities Year-round opera workshop with voice and theatrical coaching Master classes in vocal performance with faculty and guest clinicians Ensemble and solo performances, on- and off-campus Where Students and Alumni Work Lyric Opera of Chicago Glimmerglass Festival Main Street Opera North Central College Musical Theatre Department Midwest Institute of Opera Opera Up Close at Governors State University Alumni Profile Tenor John Concepcion G'06 is a full-time chorus member at the Lyric Opera of Chicago and started the Opera Up Close program at Governors State University. He chose North Park’s MMVP program for the personal attention, variety of singing opportunities, and excellent faculty. Challenging, Personalized Curriculum North Park's MMVP curriculum offers core courses ranging from concentrated studies in vocal technique to lyric diction to academic classes that lay the groundwork for authoritative performance. You’ll also have the opportunity to choose elective courses specific to your career goals. Music Events North Park’s School of Music offers a wide range of concerts and events you can attend throughout the year. Special events each year may include professional musicians conducting master classes, the annual Bach Week Festival, and partnerships with Chicagoland organizations for community concerts. [-]

Master Degree in Music Education

Five Towns College
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Long Island City

The program is designed to take 2 years to complete. Of those that completed the program in 2012-2013, *% finished [+]

How much will this program cost me? - Tuition and fees: $40,690 - Books and supplies: $2,600 - On-campus room & board: $25,530 *The amounts shown above include costs for the entire program, assuming normal time to completion. Note that this information is subject to change. International Scholarships International students accepted to Five Towns College are eligible to receive an international scholarship ranging from $1,000 to $10,000 USD per year. These scholarships are based on talent and/or merit and are renumerable based on the scholarship criteria set forth in the awards letter. These scholarships are awarded at both the undergraduate and graduate level. What financing options are available to help me pay for this program? Financing for this program may be available through grants, scholarships, loans (federal and private) and institutional financing plans. - Federal loans - Private education loans - Institutional financing plan How long will it take me to complete this program? The program is designed to take 2 years to complete. Of those that completed the program in 2012-2013, *% finished in 2 years. *Less than 10 students completed this program in 2012-13. The number who finished within the normal time has been withheld to preserve the confidentiality of the students. [-]

Master Degree in Jazz Commercial Music

Five Towns College
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Long Island City

The program is designed to take 2 years to complete. Of those that completed the program in 2012-2013, *% finished [+]

Top Master's Degrees in Music Performance in North America 2017. How much will this program cost me? - Tuition and fees: $40,690 - Books and supplies: $2,600 - On-campus room & board: $25,530 *The amounts shown above include costs for the entire program, assuming normal time to completion. Note that this information is subject to change. International Scholarships International students accepted to Five Towns College are eligible to receive an international scholarship ranging from $1,000 to $10,000 USD per year. These scholarships are based on talent and/or merit and are renumerable based on the scholarship criteria set forth in the awards letter. These scholarships are awarded at both the undergraduate and graduate level. What financing options are available to help me pay for this program? Financing for this program may be available through grants, scholarships, loans (federal and private) and institutional financing plans. - Federal loans - Private education loans - Institutional financing plan How long will it take me to complete this program? The program is designed to take 2 years to complete. Of those that completed the program in 2012-2013, *% finished in 2 years. *Less than 10 students completed this program in 2012-13. The number who finished within the normal time has been withheld to preserve the confidentiality of the students. [-]

Master of Music

Park University
Campus September 2017 USA Parkville

The Master of Music degree program is an advanced course of study for musicians who hold a bachelor's degree and are seeking careers as professional musicians. [+]

Master of Music

 

The Master of Music degree program is an advanced course of study for musicians who hold a bachelor's degree and are seeking careers as professional musicians.

 

Admission Requirements

 

Each applicant must hold a bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited United States institution of higher learning or four years of equivalent full-time college work from an accredited foreign institution.   The minimum undergraduate grade point average (GPA) required for admission is 3.00 on a 4.00 scale. Individual programs may require appropriate entrance test scores such as the GRE or GMAT. Although entrance test scores by themselves do not constitute the sole or final criterion for granting or denying admission to any student, each program that uses test scores will consider them, in combination with other criteria, as an essential part of the requirements for granting full admission.   Applicants who hold a master's degree are not required to submit scores on GRE or GMAT.  Admission may be withdrawn if it was granted on the basis of substantially incorrect information or on the omission of relevant facts, which, if known at the time of the admission, would have resulted in denial. In order to complete the application process, applicants must submit to the Graduate School the following documents unless otherwise indicated by policy:     ... [-]