MTSU True Blue Preview: Vocal Music





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Published on Aug 14, 2013

MTSU provides diversity in training for students pursuing a Music degree in Voice Performance. Opportunities abound to perform in operas, musicals, and an array of ensembles, as well as at local theaters and the Nashville Opera. Voice faculty members, who perform professionally, guide students in not only learning how to sing, but also how to establish and maintain a career. Guest clinicians are brought in, and faculty members hold weekly master classes so that students can perform with feedback. The School of Music and the theatre program work collaboratively to help students move into the real world of performance.

For students who aspire to become music teachers or choral directors in grades K-12, they'll study Vocal/General Education in the School of Music. MTSU students start working in schools from their first freshman classes. Top-notch faculty members have real-world experience as music educators in schools; they stay current through state/national organizations, as journal authors, and by conference speaking. Students perform in ensembles such as Concert Chorale, Women's Chorale (2009 Carnegie Hall performance), University Chorus, Opera Workshop, and MTSU University Singers jazz group; in addition, they may join the Murfreesboro Community Men's Chorus, a collaborative effort of the community and university.

Learn more at http://www.mtsu.edu/programs/

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