The mission of the Woodwinds Studies masters program is to nurture excellence by providing advanced performance training combined with the finest related academic and music courses.
As a masters student you will develop the necessary knowledge and skills to achieve a high level of musical excellence that will enable you to pursue your career goals as a professional musician and/or through entrepreneurship.
What you'll learn
You will learn to identify repertoire from the 18th, 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries, and analyze the performance practices, both historical and contemporary, informing the performance of that repertoire.
You will demonstrate and apply entrepreneurial skills essential to the real and varied world of the music profession which will include concert programming, grant writing, promotional/audience development, website design and press releases.
See the curriculum and requirements for this degree.
How you'll learn
The degree consists of 36 credits that can be completed in three or four semesters.