Graduate Assistantships are available at Bowling Green State University for students interested in earning a Master of Music degree in choral conducting or choral music education. Auditions are currently being scheduled.
Bowling Green State University’s College of Musical Arts has earned a reputation as one of the country’s outstanding collegiate music programs. Undergraduate through doctoral degree programs prepare talented musicians for professional careers in performance, teaching, composition, and musical scholarship. Approximately 300 undergraduate and 150 graduate students have opportunities to learn and grow under the guidance of nearly 60 distinguished full-time faculty members. The College of Musical Arts is housed in the Moore Musical Arts Center, a facility featuring two performance halls, three rehearsal halls, over 70 practice rooms and state of the art electronic studios and labs.
Choral music education majors, voice performance majors, and students majoring in other disciplines sing in the five principal choral ensembles at BGSU that include two traditional SATB choruses, a large symphonic choir, and two gender-specific choruses. Choral faculty members mentor undergraduate students as they prepare for careers as choral music educators and performers. Talented graduate students have the opportunity to earn masters degrees in choral conducting and choral music education at Bowling Green State University.
Contact: Dr. Mark Munson, Director of Choral Activities, firstname.lastname@example.org
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