Music Performance B.M.
If you live for your art, love to perform, and can’t wait to share your music with others, the Bachelor of Music in Performance at Saint Rose is for you.
Unlock the power of Beethoven with your own symphony orchestra. Own the club stage with your best jazz improvisation. Hear an elite vocal ensemble bring your composition to life. Help a talented young musician draw their personality into their performance.
At The College of Saint Rose, we’re a community that loves music, and lives to foster each other’s creativity. An ideal setting for pursuing music in a liberal-arts setting, our Bachelor of Arts in Music gives you comprehensive training in the core music curriculum – including music history and theory as well as applied music – and the liberal arts.
You’ll collaborate with students from all of our music programs and learn from dedicated, accomplished faculty who have graduated from top conservatories, performed in world-famous venues, and recorded with Grammy winners.
The most flexible of our music degrees, our program lets you tailor your study to your specific interests. Tracks include:
You also can minor or double major in fields outside of music. It’s the perfect way to unlock your musical potential, shape your career, and find your own way to share the magic of music with others.
All prospective Music students must audition in order to be considered for admission with members of the Music Department faculty.View Audition Information
The Bachelor of Arts in Music is designed for students who wish to pursue a major in music in a liberal arts setting. B.A. in Music majors receive comprehensive training in the core music curriculum and the liberal arts.
It is designed to be a more independent degree in which students may concentrate in a number of areas such as:
Today, we staged two scenes: One is from the “Merry Widow” and one is from the “Traviatia,” both of which have famous waltzes. And one of the fun things about opera workshop is that we can incorporate all of the different elements of staging.”
Talented, accomplished, and 100% dedicated to you: Our faculty provide the perfect balance of challenge and support for your inspiration. A 10:1 student-faculty ratio means you receive their undivided attention and mentorship.
Thomas Schuttenhelm ‘92 – Music,
Artistic director, Network for New Music, Philadelphia, PA
Music graduates may find employment in public and private studios, as well as in community organizations, and professional musical organizations (chorus, orchestra, etc.) and will expand their professional opportunities as a solo artist as well. other employment opportunities within education. Our music graduates have gone on to pursue advanced study in some of the most prestigious music schools in the country.Explore Our Amazing Outcomes
Of course, if you have any questions, please reach out. We’re here to help.
Music Department Chair