• Concert tours take MTSU musicians around the globe
  • Students focus on the instruments of their choice
  • Numerous ensembles give student musicians opportunities to perform
  • AT MTSU, students study with excellent professors and guest artists

Instrumental Performance

Instrumental Performance music majors at MTSU come from around the world and receive top-shelf teaching from high-performing faculty. Students focus on guitar; organ; piano; jazz studies; or brass, orchestral strings, woodwinds, and percussion. Programs are strong in all areas. Numerous student ensembles provide performances in styles from concert and marching band, orchestra and chamber music, to jazz, salsa, and steel drum. Groups have recently performed concert tours of China, Korea, Costa Rica, Panama, Mexico, and Italy. Instrumentalists also are close to Music City's recording studios, Nashville Symphony, and a thriving live music market. Students regularly have master classes with world-renowned artists and can even study on period instruments.

Guitar graduate grabs another international prize

MTSU School of Music graduate Silviu Ciulei (B.M.) recently took first place in one of the most preeminent competitions in the world, the Indiana International Guitar Festival and Competition at Indiana University’s esteemed Jacobs School of Music. It was Ciulei's eighth competition prize in 18 months, earning him $1,500 plus a handmade Kolya Panhuyzen guitar worth $12,000. When Romanian native Ciulei first arrived on campus, MTSU bought a concert guitar for him to play (now used by other students). Ciulei studied guitar performance with MTSU professor William Yelverton and has just completed his doctorate at Florida State University.

Alumni conduct on Broadway; tour with Queen tribute, The Who

MTSU graduate Stephen Malone is the associate musical director, associate conductor, and a keyboardist for 2012 Tony Award winner&nbsp;<em>Newsies the Musical</em>. Reggie Grisham, a trumpet performance alum, is touring with The Who. Recent grad Tyler Warren was chosen by international competition to be drummer for official Queen tribute band, Extravaganza. Malone graduated with a music degree in Instrumental Performance (Organ) after first studying voice. The Disney Theatrical Productions stage musical opened in 2011 and debuted on Broadway in 2012, with Jeremy Jordan starring until joining the TV show&nbsp;<em>Smash</em>. Music is by Alan Menken, lyrics by Jack Feldman and book by Harvey Fierstein. The show is based on the 1992 film&nbsp;<em>Newsies</em>.

The School of Music mentors students to become articulate musicians, successful as performers, composers, scholars, and music-business persons and in advanced degree programs. MTSU graduates are regularly accepted into prestigious schools of music such as Indiana, Manhattan School of Music, Michigan, Florida State, and Wisconsin. Possible career options in addition to performing professionally include

  • Arts manager
  • Band director/leader
  • Church musician/worship leader
  • Composer/arranger/orchestrator
  • Conductor
  • Instrument salesperson/repair technician
  • Instrumental performer
  • Marketer
  • Music critic/journalist
  • Music editor and publisher
  • Music educator
  • Music librarian
  • Musicologist
  • Songwriter
  • Studio/private teacher
  • Talent agent
  • University professor

Employers of MTSU alumni include

  • Nashville Symphony Orchestra
  • Regional orchestras in a number of states and metropolitan areas
  • University of Southern Mississippi
  • University of Northern Colorado
  • Middle Tennessee State University
  • The Kennedy Center
  • Major Command Army Band at Fort Bragg, N.C.
  • K-12 schools and colleges throughout the nation

MTSU’s School of Music offers an undergraduate major in Music leading to Bachelor of Music (B.M.) degree in the following concentrations:

For complete curriculum details, click on the REQUIREMENTS tab above.

Undergraduate minors in Music, American Music Studies, and Music Industry are also available.

Graduate programs offered by the School of Music include the Master of Music (M.M.) degree with specializations in collaborative piano; conducting; jazz studies; music composition; music composition for contemporary media; music education; musicology; or performance.

There is a graduate minor in Music.

Instrumental Performance (Brass, Orchestral Strings, Woodwinds, and Percussion) Instrumental Performance (Guitar) Instrumental Performance (Jazz Studies) Instrumental Performance (Organ) Instrumental Performance (Piano)


Music, Instrumental Performance Concentration (Brass, Orchestral Strings, Woodwinds, and Percussion), B.M.

School of Music 
615-898-2474
David Loucky, program coordinator
David.Loucky@mtsu.edu

To be admitted into the Bachelor of Music degree program, all entering students must pass an audition before the faculty on their major instrument or voice. Students who do not pass the audition may be allowed, at the discretion of the faculty, to enroll in private music lessons or class instruction for one semester only. At the end of the semester the student must reaudition for admission into the program.

In addition, all prospective new or transfer undergraduate majors and minors are required to take the Music Theory and Aural Skills Diagnostic Exam to determine appropriate placement in the music theory program. For additional information and to schedule a time for the exam, contact the School of Music Office. Students may not enroll in any music theory course until the exam is taken.

Students seeking a Bachelor of Music degree should refer to The School of Music Undergraduate Student Handbook that serves as the official document of the school concerning specific additional degree requirements and school policies and procedures. It is essential that all music majors consult their advisors each semester.

Jury Examinations

All music majors and minors are required to participate in jury examinations in their primary performing areas. Non-music majors registered for private lessons may be required to perform a jury examination at the discretion of the instructor. Jury examinations are held to measure the student's progress at the conclusion of each semester. Those students who have presented and passed their senior recitals during the semester may be excused from jury examinations.

Undergraduate Music majors must pass a upper-division jury to qualify for applied music study at the MUAP 3000 level. A Music major must take his or her upper-division jury no later than the end of the sixth semester and if not passing must take an upper-division jury again the next semester. A third attempt must be accompanied by extraordinary circumstances and must carry the approval of the studio teacher and director of the School of Music.

Class Piano/Theory and Aural Skills

All undergraduate music majors (except keyboard principals) must take class piano every semester as indicated on the advising check sheets until the required piano proficiency exam is successfully completed. Concurrent enrollment in Class Piano I and Theory and Aural Skills I is required, with the following exceptions: (1) The student successfully passed either Class Piano I or Theory and Aural Skills I, but not both, or (2) the student successfully passed one or more levels of Class Piano by examination. Students should see their advisors for details.

Students wishing to continue piano after successfully completing the required class piano sequence may audition for piano applied lessons.

Keyboard principals must take MUS 2550, Keyboard Skills for Pianists I, and MUS 2560, Keyboard Skills for Pianists II, in lieu of class piano.

Academic Map

Following is a printable, suggested four-year schedule of courses:

Music, Instrumental Performance (Brass, Orchestral Strings, Woodwinds, and Percussion), B.M., Academic Map  

Degree Requirements

General Education (41 hours)

General Education requirements (shown in curricular listings below) include courses in Communication, History, Humanities and/or Fine Arts, Mathematics, Natural Sciences, and Social/Behavioral Sciences.

Major Requirements (78 hours)

Music Core (26 hours)

All music majors must take class piano or private piano instruction until they pass the piano proficiency examination prescribed by their degree programs. Students should see their advisors for details.

Students must earn a grade of C- or higher in MUTH 1110, MUTH 1120, MUTH 2110, MUTH 2120 (music theory sequence) and MUHL 1610, MUHL 3010, MUHL 3020 (music history sequence).

  • MUS 1010 - Recital Attendance  0 credit hours  (6 semesters) 

    MUS 1010 - Recital Attendance

    0 credit hours

    Attendance at a minimum number of recitals and concerts given by students, faculty, and guest artists. Six semesters required for undergraduate music majors (see School of Music handbook for details). May be repeated multiple times. Pass/Fail.

  • MUS 3140 - Basic Conducting  2 credit hours  

    MUS 3140 - Basic Conducting

    2 credit hours

    Prerequisites: MUTH 2120. Interpretation of scores, fundamental diagrams with and without baton, terminology, and stage deportment.

  • MUHL 1610 - The World of Music

    2 credit hours

    Prerequisite: MUTH 1000 with a grade of C- or better or satisfactory score on theory diagnostic exam. The first required music history course for music majors. Surveys the basic elements of music, world music cultures, American vernacular music, and Western art music. Establishes foundation of further music study.

  • MUHL 3010 - History of Western Art Music I

    3 credit hours

    Prerequisite: MUHL 1610 with grade of C- or better. Second required music history course for Music majors. A survey of Western art music from antiquity through the eighteenth century, including Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque periods.

  • MUHL 3020 - History of Western Art Music II

    3 credit hours

    Prerequisites: MUHL 1610 with grade of C- or better. Third required music history course for music majors. A survey of Western art music of the eighteenth through twenty-first century, including Classical, Romantic, Modern, and Postmodern periods.

  • MUTH 4130 - Orchestration and Arranging

    2 credit hours

    Prerequisite: MUTH 2120. Compass and tonal qualities of band and orchestra instruments; transposition. Fundamentals of arranging for various instrumental groupings.

  • MUTH 1110 - Theory and Aural Skills I

    4 credit hours

    Prerequisite: MUTH 1000 with grade of C- or higher or satisfactory score on theory diagnostic exam. Harmonic tonality and fixed-do solfège through chorale analysis and harmonizations of given bass lines. Major and minor scales and harmonizations through secondary function. Meets for five hours per week.

  • MUTH 1120 - Theory and Aural Skills II

    4 credit hours

    Prerequisite: MUTH 1110. Harmonic tonality and fixed-do solfège through chorale analysis and harmonizations of given bass lines. Modal scales, harmonization, and analysis through the augmented sixth. Meets for five hours per week.

  • MUTH 2110 - Theory and Aural Skills III

    3 credit hours

    Prerequisite: MUTH 1120. Harmonic tonality and twentieth-century vocabularies. Nineteenth-century chromaticism. Meets for four hours per week.

  • MUTH 2120 - Theory and Aural Skills IV

    3 credit hours

    Prerequisite: MUTH 2110. Continued study of harmonic tonality and twentieth-century vocabularies. Twentieth-century practices. Meets for four hours per week.

Instrumental Performance Concentration (52 hours)

  • MUS 1530 - Class Piano I  1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUS 1530 - Class Piano I

    1 credit hour credit hours

    Acquaints beginning piano students with the keyboard. Includes such skills as note reading, basic chords for harmonization of melodies, improvisation, basic exercises for development of coordination and technique, transposition, repertory, and sight reading.

    NOTE: All undergraduate music majors (except keyboard principals) must take class piano every semester as indicated on the advising check sheets until the required piano proficiency exam is successfully completed. Concurrent enrollment in Class Piano I and Theory and Aural Skills I is required with the following exceptions: (1) The student successfully passed either Class Piano I or Theory and Aural Skills I, but not both, or (2) the student successfully passed one or more levels of Class Piano by examination. Students should see their advisors for details.

    Students wishing to continue piano after successfully completing the required class piano sequence may audition for piano applied lessons. Keyboard principals must take MUS 2550 and MUS 2560 in lieu of class piano.

  • MUS 1540 - Class Piano II  1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUS 1540 - Class Piano II

    1 credit hour credit hours

    Prerequisite: MUS 1530. Continuation of skills and concepts taught in MUS 1530. Emphasis on standard piano repertory in addition to sight reading and functional piano skills.

    NOTE: All undergraduate music majors (except keyboard principals) must take class piano every semester as indicated on the advising check sheets until the required piano proficiency exam is successfully completed. Concurrent enrollment in Class Piano I and Theory and Aural Skills I is required with the following exceptions: (1) The student successfully passed either Class Piano I or Theory and Aural Skills I, but not both, or (2) the student successfully passed one or more levels of Class Piano by examination. Students should see their advisors for details.

    Students wishing to continue piano after successfully completing the required class piano sequence may audition for piano applied lessons. Keyboard principals must take MUS 2550 and MUS 2560 in lieu of class piano.

  • MUS 2530 - Class Piano III  1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUS 2530 - Class Piano III

    1 credit hour credit hours

    Prerequisite: MUS 1540. Continuation of skills and concepts taught in MUS 1540. Emphasis on standard piano repertory in addition to sight reading and functional piano skills.

  • MUS 2540 - Class Piano IV  1 credit hour credit hours  (1 credit hour required) 

    MUS 2540 - Class Piano IV

    1 credit hour credit hours

    Prerequisite: MUS 2530. Continuation of skills and concepts taught in MUS 2530. Emphasis on standard piano repertory in addition to sight reading and functional piano skills.

  • MUS 3150 - Advanced Instrumental Conducting

    2 credit hours

    Prerequisites: MUED 2320 and MUS 3140. Further development of techniques, especially those relevant to choral and instrumental conducting. Laboratory experiences with large musical groups; conducting with records to develop awareness of musical texture, form, and general musicianship in all areas as related to conducting.

  • MUAP 3800 - Junior Recital  1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUAP 3800 - Junior Recital

    1 credit hour credit hours

    Prerequisite: One semester of upper-division private study. Corequisite: Private lesson in major area of performance. Required of all Bachelor of Music majors with a concentration in Vocal or Instrumental Performance. Constitutes approximately 30 minutes of music with appropriate repertoire as assigned by the private instructor; recital performance graded by a faculty committee; must be passed with a grade of C or better.

  • Music elective 3 credit hours
  • MUTH 4110 - Form and Analysis

    2 credit hours

    Prerequisite: MUTH 2120. Binary and tenary forms, simple rondos and sonatinas progressing to sonata form, large rondos, theme and variations, art song, and free forms. Stylistic analysis and study of devices and materials from early to contemporary periods.

  • MUPD 41- -  - Advanced Pedagogy 2 credit hours
  • MUEN 3- - -  - Ensembles 14 credit hours **
  • MUAP 2- - -  - Private Instruction 8 credit hours
  • MUAP 4- - -  - Private Instruction 12 credit hours
  • MUHL 47- -  - Instrumental Literature 2 credit hours
  • MUAP 4900 - Senior Recital  2 credit hours  

    MUAP 4900 - Senior Recital

    2 credit hours

    Prerequisites: MUAP 3800 with a grade of C or better (Vocal or Instrumental Performance); three semesters of upper-division private study. Required of all Bachelor of Music majors with a concentration in Vocal or Instrumental Performance, Jazz Studies, and Theory-Composition. Constitutes approximately 50 minutes of music with appropriate repertoire as assigned by the private instructor. Recital performance graded by a faculty committee; must be passed with a grade of C or better.

**Ensembles

NOTE: Sixteen (16) hours of ensemble participation are required, but only fourteen (14) of those hours may be counted toward degree requirements; the remaining hours may be taken for zero (0) credit.

Primary Instrument: Brass

 

6 hours from:

 

  • MUEN 3110 - Symphonic Band  0 to 1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3110 - Symphonic Band

    0 to 1 credit hour credit hours

    Preparation and public performance of concert and repertoire. Open by audition.

  • MUEN 3120 - Wind Ensemble  0 to 1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3120 - Wind Ensemble

    0 to 1 credit hour credit hours

    Preparation and public performance of concert band and wind band repertoire. Open by audition.

3 hours from:

 

  • MUEN 3710 - Brass Chamber Ensembles  1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3710 - Brass Chamber Ensembles

    1 credit hour credit hours

    Preparation and public performance of appropriate chamber music repertoire. Open by audition.

1 hour from:

 

  • MUEN 3260 - University Chorus  0 to 1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3260 - University Chorus

    0 to 1 credit hour credit hours

    Preparation and public performance of varied choral repertoire. Open by audition.

2 hours from:

 

  • MUEN 3300 - Symphony Orchestra  0 to 1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3300 - Symphony Orchestra

    0 to 1 credit hour credit hours

    Participation in all phases of the orchestra, including rehearsals and appearances.

  • MUEN 3400 - Jazz Ensemble  0 to 1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3400 - Jazz Ensemble

    0 to 1 credit hour credit hours

    A performing organization providing instruction and experience in playing jazz.

  • MUEN 3700 - Mixed Chamber Ensemble  1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3700 - Mixed Chamber Ensemble

    1 credit hour credit hours

    Preparation and public performance of music literature appropriate to the ensemble.

  • MUEN 3710 - Brass Chamber Ensembles  1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3710 - Brass Chamber Ensembles

    1 credit hour credit hours

    Preparation and public performance of appropriate chamber music repertoire. Open by audition.

1 hour from:

 

  • MUEN 3200 - Concert Chorale  0 to 1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3200 - Concert Chorale

    0 to 1 credit hour credit hours

    Participation in all phases of chorus, including rehearsals and appearances.

  • MUEN 3210 - Meister Singers  1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3210 - Meister Singers

    1 credit hour credit hours

    Participation in all phases of the group, including rehearsals and appearances. Reading of early English madrigals and traditional American music.

  • MUEN 3220 - Women's Chorus  0 to 1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3220 - Women's Chorus

    0 to 1 credit hour credit hours

    Preparation and public performance of treble clef choral repertoire.

  • MUEN 3230 - Schola Cantorum  1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3230 - Schola Cantorum

    1 credit hour credit hours

    Preparation and public performance of English madrigals and traditional American choral repertoire. Open by audition.

  • MUEN 3260 - University Chorus  0 to 1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3260 - University Chorus

    0 to 1 credit hour credit hours

    Preparation and public performance of varied choral repertoire. Open by audition.

3 hours from:

  • MUEN 3- - -  - (elective ensemble)

Primary Instrument: Orchestral Strings

 

8 hours from:

 

  • MUEN 3300 - Symphony Orchestra  0 to 1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3300 - Symphony Orchestra

    0 to 1 credit hour credit hours

    Participation in all phases of the orchestra, including rehearsals and appearances.

5 hours from:

 

  • MUEN 3740 - String Chamber Ensemble  1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3740 - String Chamber Ensemble

    1 credit hour credit hours

    Preparation and public performance of appropriate chamber music. Open by audition.

1 hour from:

 

  • MUEN 3200 - Concert Chorale  0 to 1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3200 - Concert Chorale

    0 to 1 credit hour credit hours

    Participation in all phases of chorus, including rehearsals and appearances.

  • MUEN 3210 - Meister Singers  1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3210 - Meister Singers

    1 credit hour credit hours

    Participation in all phases of the group, including rehearsals and appearances. Reading of early English madrigals and traditional American music.

  • MUEN 3220 - Women's Chorus  0 to 1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3220 - Women's Chorus

    0 to 1 credit hour credit hours

    Preparation and public performance of treble clef choral repertoire.

  • MUEN 3230 - Schola Cantorum  1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3230 - Schola Cantorum

    1 credit hour credit hours

    Preparation and public performance of English madrigals and traditional American choral repertoire. Open by audition.

  • MUEN 3240 - MTSU Singers  1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3240 - MTSU Singers

    1 credit hour credit hours

    Participation and public performances of a variety of popular and commercial music. Open by audition.

  • MUEN 3250 - Opera Theater  0 to 1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3250 - Opera Theater

    0 to 1 credit hour credit hours

    Preparation and public performance of opera. Technical and performing aspects of opera production as they pertain to light and grand opera.

  • MUEN 3260 - University Chorus  0 to 1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3260 - University Chorus

    0 to 1 credit hour credit hours

    Preparation and public performance of varied choral repertoire. Open by audition.

2 hours from:

  •  MUEN 3- - -  - (elective ensembles)

Primary Instrument: Woodwinds

 Saxophone majors may substitute their 5 orchestra hours with any ensemble elective.

5 hours from:

 

  • MUEN 3110 - Symphonic Band  0 to 1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3110 - Symphonic Band

    0 to 1 credit hour credit hours

    Preparation and public performance of concert and repertoire. Open by audition.

  • MUEN 3120 - Wind Ensemble  0 to 1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3120 - Wind Ensemble

    0 to 1 credit hour credit hours

    Preparation and public performance of concert band and wind band repertoire. Open by audition.

5 hours from:

 

  • MUEN 3300 - Symphony Orchestra  0 to 1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3300 - Symphony Orchestra

    0 to 1 credit hour credit hours

    Participation in all phases of the orchestra, including rehearsals and appearances.

4 hours from:

 

  • MUEN 3750 - Woodwind Chamber Ensemble  1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3750 - Woodwind Chamber Ensemble

    1 credit hour credit hours

    Preparation and public performance of appropriate chamber music. Open by audition.

1 hour from:

 

  • MUEN 3200 - Concert Chorale  0 to 1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3200 - Concert Chorale

    0 to 1 credit hour credit hours

    Participation in all phases of chorus, including rehearsals and appearances.

  • MUEN 3210 - Meister Singers  1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3210 - Meister Singers

    1 credit hour credit hours

    Participation in all phases of the group, including rehearsals and appearances. Reading of early English madrigals and traditional American music.

  • MUEN 3220 - Women's Chorus  0 to 1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3220 - Women's Chorus

    0 to 1 credit hour credit hours

    Preparation and public performance of treble clef choral repertoire.

  • MUEN 3230 - Schola Cantorum  1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3230 - Schola Cantorum

    1 credit hour credit hours

    Preparation and public performance of English madrigals and traditional American choral repertoire. Open by audition.

  • MUEN 3240 - MTSU Singers  1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3240 - MTSU Singers

    1 credit hour credit hours

    Participation and public performances of a variety of popular and commercial music. Open by audition.

  • MUEN 3250 - Opera Theater  0 to 1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3250 - Opera Theater

    0 to 1 credit hour credit hours

    Preparation and public performance of opera. Technical and performing aspects of opera production as they pertain to light and grand opera.

  • MUEN 3260 - University Chorus  0 to 1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3260 - University Chorus

    0 to 1 credit hour credit hours

    Preparation and public performance of varied choral repertoire. Open by audition.

1 hour from:

  • MUEN 3- - -  - (elective ensemble)

Primary Instrument: Percussion

 

6 hours from:

 

  • MUEN 3110 - Symphonic Band  0 to 1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3110 - Symphonic Band

    0 to 1 credit hour credit hours

    Preparation and public performance of concert and repertoire. Open by audition.

  • MUEN 3120 - Wind Ensemble  0 to 1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3120 - Wind Ensemble

    0 to 1 credit hour credit hours

    Preparation and public performance of concert band and wind band repertoire. Open by audition.

3 hours from:

 

  • MUEN 3300 - Symphony Orchestra  0 to 1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3300 - Symphony Orchestra

    0 to 1 credit hour credit hours

    Participation in all phases of the orchestra, including rehearsals and appearances.

4 hours from:

 

  • MUEN 3500 - Percussion Ensemble  1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3500 - Percussion Ensemble

    1 credit hour credit hours

    Performance of percussion ensemble literature. Programs are presented.

3 hours from:

 

  • MUEN 3400 - Jazz Ensemble  0 to 1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3400 - Jazz Ensemble

    0 to 1 credit hour credit hours

    A performing organization providing instruction and experience in playing jazz.

  • MUEN 3410 - Salsa Band  1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3410 - Salsa Band

    1 credit hour credit hours

    Preparation and public performance of appropriate repertoire. Open by audition.

  • MUEN 3430 - Jazz Combo  1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3430 - Jazz Combo

    1 credit hour credit hours

    Preparation and public performance of appropriate repertoire. Open by audition.

  • MUEN 3200 - Concert Chorale  0 to 1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3200 - Concert Chorale

    0 to 1 credit hour credit hours

    Participation in all phases of chorus, including rehearsals and appearances.

  • MUEN 3210 - Meister Singers  1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3210 - Meister Singers

    1 credit hour credit hours

    Participation in all phases of the group, including rehearsals and appearances. Reading of early English madrigals and traditional American music.

  • MUEN 3220 - Women's Chorus  0 to 1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3220 - Women's Chorus

    0 to 1 credit hour credit hours

    Preparation and public performance of treble clef choral repertoire.

  • MUEN 3230 - Schola Cantorum  1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3230 - Schola Cantorum

    1 credit hour credit hours

    Preparation and public performance of English madrigals and traditional American choral repertoire. Open by audition.

  • MUEN 3240 - MTSU Singers  1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3240 - MTSU Singers

    1 credit hour credit hours

    Participation and public performances of a variety of popular and commercial music. Open by audition.

  • MUEN 3260 - University Chorus  0 to 1 credit hour credit hours  

    MUEN 3260 - University Chorus

    0 to 1 credit hour credit hours

    Preparation and public performance of varied choral repertoire. Open by audition.

Elective (1 hour)

Total hours in program: 120