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Keyboard Performance, BMus

What will I study?

The Keyboard Performance (piano or organ) major prepares the student for a career in studio teaching, a ministry in church music, for graduate study, or a career in performance. It offers breadth and specialization in music performance with a solid liberal arts core. The program requires participation in a university ensemble and features junior and senior recitals. The program prescribes 61 credits in the major and supports the Division of Music purpose to equip students to use music for the glory of God.

Program Learning Outcomes
The student will ...
-- Apply knowledge of standard keyboard literature to performance.
-- Integrate music theory and performance in literature interpretation.
-- Apply mature musical interpretation and advanced keyboard skills.

What classes will I take?

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