Bachelor of Music in Performance
The Bachelor of Music in Performance degree provides an inclusive, world-class education in the areas of musicianship that will lead to a professional performance career or graduate studies in music.
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 artists and studio musicians, church musicians, and other avenues as a professional musician.
Performance majors cultivate the mastery of musical performance through private lessons that deliver career-ready training. 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 have a multitude of opportunities to hone their skills while they present junior and senior 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, the Philadelphia Orchestra, and top classical and jazz soloists from around the world.