Bachelor of Music in Performance
The Bachelor of Music in Performance is a 4-year* concentrated course of study for those wishing to pursue careers as soloists, orchestral and band musicians, opera and concert vocalists, college-level applied music teachers, conductors, chamber musicians, recording artistsand studio musicians, church musicians,and other avenues as a professional musician. Performance majors enroll in an average of four credit hours of private lessons per semester, and perform both junior and senior recitals. Those who earn the Bachelor of Music in Performance are prepared to enter quality graduate programs or pursue the musical career of their choice.
Performance majors present recitals, participate in chamber music, and perform in a variety of large and small ensembles. Greenwood School of Music ensembles perform at major professional conventions and important performance halls throughout the world. Students also benefit from an active artist-in-residence program that includes such guest artists as the New York Philharmonic and top classical and jazz soloists from around the world.