Master of Music: Vocal Performance
Students completing this sub plan will:
- classify vocal music repertory within an intellectual and cultural context
- demonstrate and apply knowledge of appropriate vocal literature within a historical context
- comprehend, practice, and demonstrate the fundamentals and advanced technical, musical, and artistic development necessary for success in vocal performance.
- synthesize and employ all musical, technical, and theoretical information gathered in repertoire and performance training to prepare for auditions into professional organizations and/or competitive doctoral programs in the United States
Apply to the Graduate College
In addition to materials requested on the on-line application, prospective Vocal Performance students must submit a 15-20 minute audio/visual recording that demonstrates their skills to the Vocal Area Coordinator before scheduling a live audition (unless prior permission has been attained from the major professor).
CD/DVD should be sent to:
Vocal Area Coordinator
Northern Arizona University
School of Music
Flagstaff, AZ 86011-6040
Detailed instructions for the additional materials and the CD/DVD submission are included in the online application. Please begin the application process and contact the major professor and/or Area Coordinator for your specific sub-plan if you have questions.
If you need additional help, you may contact the Associate Director for Graduate Studies.