The Master of Arts in Music: Instrumental Concentration prepare you for a career in the performing arts by focused study in advanced music performance, ensembles, recitals, and studio performance opportunities. In addition to specific courses for the different concentrations that include applied study and ensemble work, a core curriculum of research, music theory, and music history courses serve to develop an understanding of music and its cultural implications beyond the student’s chosen major. The concentrations prepare students to enter the professional performance world as performers and teachers, or for continued study at the doctoral level.
The degree culminates in a Graduate Performance Project, as well a recital analysis on the history, structure, performance practice, and teaching strategies on the music presented.
Faculty members in the Department of Music are active performers, conductors, scholars, composers, and mentors. Our faculty are dedicated to our students' success and work closely with students to help them ensure success in their chosen area of the profession. The Department of Music at Eastern Illinois University is an accredited member of the National Association of Schools of Music.
Degree: Master of Arts
Completion time: 32 hours
Accreditation: National Association of Schools of Music
|Music Education||Option (Grad)|
|Music Performance: Vocal||Concentration (Grad)|
|Music Performance: Composition||Concentration (Grad)|
|Music: Conducting||Concentration (Grad)|
|Music Performance: Instrumental||Concentration (Grad)|
|Music Performance: Keyboard||Concentration (Grad)|
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