Vocal: Byron Jones, Associate Professor of Music
Ruebush Hall, Room 142, (540) 665-4599, firstname.lastname@example.org
Instrumental: Timothy Roberts, Professor of Music
Armstrong Hall, Room 18B, (540) 665-5566, email@example.com,
Keyboard: John O’Conor, Distinguished Artist-in-Residence and Professor of Music
Ruebush Hall, Room 212, (540) 665-4628, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Bachelor of Music in Performance curriculum is designed for the exceptionally talented performer seeking a career as a concert artist, and/or teaching in higher education, or as an independent music teacher. Exacting standards are required for such a career and performance students should plan to continue study at the graduate level.
Students completing the Bachelor of Music in Performance will be able to:
- demonstrate musicianship and the ability to perform a wide range of repertoire in solo and ensemble performances at a superior level;
- demonstrate knowledge of music theory and music history;
- demonstrate knowledge of career options for a classical performer/teacher;
- demonstrate entrepreneurial and technologic skills required for the 21st Century classical performer/teacher.