- Full-time two-year program (12 credits per semester for four semesters)
- Advanced private study in the student's concentration
- Performance classes
- Graduate-level coursework leading to broad musical expertise and artistically sound interpretive skills
- Courses in the Techniques of Music
- Specialized electives
Fields of Study
The Master of Music degree is offered in the following concentrations:
- Orchestral Instruments
- Piano and Collaborative Piano
- Orchestral Conducting
- Classical Guitar
View the Curriculum
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Students are required to participate in performance classes and take major lessons throughout their residency. At least one non-performance course must be taken every semester. Students whose superior entrance examinations exempt them from certain required courses take substitute courses.
A performance jury in the student's concentrations is required in each year of residency.