About The Program
Experiencing music through performance is the foundation for all of our undergraduate degree programs, and admission to the Glenn Korff School of Music depends upon a successful performance audition. We feel our music students represent some of the most talented young musicians in the region. The Glenn Korff School of Music faculty consists of over 60 nationally acclaimed performers, composers, and music educators, each committed to helping students achieve their full musical potential. Standards are rigorous and expectations are high.
Undergraduate Program information [BA Bachelor of Arts, BM Bachelor of Music]
Students in the Glenn Korff School of Music have the opportunity to study performance with a talented and active group of artists in voice, keyboard, guitar, brass, percussion, strings and woodwind. We support a faculty jazz ensemble, woodwind quintet, brass quintet, and string quartet, and we have special areas of emphasis for student performers in chamber music, jazz, and opera and musical theatre. Students can choose from a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Music degree.
Our top-notch student bands, orchestras, and choruses are showcased in concerts each semester and enjoy the opportunity to tour regularly, while over a third of our students participate in chamber ensembles every year.
Graduate Program information [MM Performance (instrumental), MM Performance (jazz studies) , MM Performance (vocal), MM Piano Performance and Pedagogy, MM Woodwind Specialties, DMA Jazz Studies, DMA Performance (instrumental), DMA Performance (vocal) ]
The Glenn Korff School offers graduate level performance degrees in brass, jazz studies, keyboard, percussion, piano performance and pedagogy, strings, woodwind and voice.
Graduate students in the Glenn Korff School of Music work one-on-one with our talented and acclaimed faculty and featured guest artists.
Find out more about our graduate performance options by going to our Graduate application guide