Vocal Performance (Arizona State University)
The four-year BMus in performance with a concentration in voice at Arizona State University is designed to prepare students for a professional singing career. The program emphasizes the study of vocal technique as well as music theory. Performance is a key focal point, and students may find many opportunities to gain experience and explore a variety of singing styles by participating in choral ensembles. The program includes the study of the diverse historical and cultural perspectives of musical expression. In addition, coursework may also focus on piano technique, accompaniments and the study of music literature. The BMus in performance with a concentration in voice program requires 120 credit hours.
Graduates may pursue professional singing careers, such as soloist, stage performer or freelance musician. The BMus in performance with a concentration in voice may also prepare graduates for work in recording studios, music publishing and marketing or teaching. Alternatively, students may go on to pursue a higher degree in music.
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