There are many ways to become part of the School of Music community—become a music major or minor; audition to participate in one of our instrumental or vocal ensembles; take private or group lessons through the Community Music and Dance Academy; or simply enjoy one of our many student, faculty, or guest artist performances.
Musician’s recipe for success
- Start with internationally recognized faculty who excel as teachers, performers, and scholars.
- Add an assortment of outstanding ensemble and solo performance opportunities.
- Blend in a healthy dose of individual attention and resources.
- Let your creativity, artistry, skills, and intellectual curiosity season for a period of time.
And, voilà! You emerge fully prepared for a rewarding career and lifetime involvement in the wondrous world of music.
Student Quentin Lee and Professor Deborah Raymond share their insights on how students and faculty work together to achieve excellence and prepare students for lifelong success through the NAU School of Music experience.
The NAU School of Music is proud to welcome the Regional Music Scholars Conference: A Joint
Meeting of the Rocky Mountain Society for Music Theory, the Rocky
Mountain Chapter of the American Musicological Society, and the
Southwest Chapter of the Society for Ethnomusicology April 5-6, 2013.