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Instrumental performance majors at Rowan University prepare for a lifetime of music-making through private lessons and chamber music classes. In addition, the many ensembles within the department provide exposure to music of all periods and in a wide variety of styles, ensuring that upon graduation students have the chops to be first-rate performers and educators.
Performance majors meet and observe professionals in master classes and recitals. They also gain experience in chamber music and have the opportunity to serve as accompanists. A solo recital is required senior year, an experience that affords the student an opportunity to demonstrate technique, awareness of style, and musical understanding.
The instrumental faculty is comprised of performers with careers as soloists and principal players with some of the region's -- and world's -- most prestigious orchestras. Rowan students benefit from study with these academics/performers by gaining insight into what it takes to make it in music today.
Music Course Catalog
For more information about the Music major, including degree programs and course descriptions, visit the online course catalog.