Master of Music in Instrumental Performance
The Master of Music in Instrumental Performance prepares instrumentalists for the performance, teaching, and artistic demands of today’s performance world and/or for doctoral performance studies.
- Apply knowledge of historical performance practices within specific instrumental repertoire.
- Develop a broad range of skills in preparation for auditions into performance organizations and/or competitive doctoral programs.
- Apply professional standards in oral and written communication.
Additional Application Requirements
A screening audio/visual recording should be sent to the Major Professor of your instrument at:
Northern Arizona University
School of Music
Flagstaff, AZ 86011-6040
Detailed instructions for the additional materials and the audio/visual recording submission are included in the online application. Please begin the application process and contact the major professor for your specific instrument if you have questions.
Dr. Emily McKay, flute
Dr. Rebecca Scarnati, oboe
Cris Inguanti, clarinet
Dr. Kent Moore, bassoon
Dr. Jonathan Bergeron, saxophone
Brass and Percussion
Nancy Sullivan, french horn
Dr. Stephen Dunn, trumpet
David Vining, trombone
Dr. Alexander Lapins, tuba/euphonium
Dr. Steven Hemphill, percussion
Strings and Piano
Dr. Louise Scott, violin
Dr. Jacquelyn Schwandt, viola
Dr. Mary Ann Ramos, cello
Chris Finet, string bass
Tom Sheeley, guitar
Dr. Frank Scott, piano