Explore our Degree Programs, Graduate
Assistantships, Graduate Application Process, and Audition Requirements
Please email Michael Chunn, Coordinator of Graduate Studies, at email@example.com or call the main School of Music office 330-672-2172.
|Master of Music (M.M.)||Master of Arts (M.A.)||Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)|
For complete program information, including course offerings and requirements, please visit the University Catalog.
Graduate String Quartet
The Performance (Chamber Music) program offers comprehensive experience and training in the many facets of chamber music, including the following: performances on and off campus, repertoire building, coaching with members of internationally known string quartets and other internationally known artists, private study with the Verve Chamber Ensemble members and assistance for participation in national competitions.
The Hugh A. Glauser School of Music offers graduate assistantships in performance, conducting, ethnomusicology, graduate string quartet, music education and theory. Students interested in a graduate assistantship must submit an application.
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Master of Music degree applicants in performance and conducting must audition in their major performing medium. Students planning a major in Performance (vocal or instrumental) and Conducting will be expected to demonstrate ability on the level of the Bachelor of Music in Performance Senior Recital.
For students residing at an inconvenient distance from Kent, an audition recording may be sent to the Coordinator of Graduate Studies. It should contain up to thirty minutes of material covering variety of performance styles (and languages for vocalists).
Students who wish to schedule an audition must submit an audition application.
Music Theory Placement Examination
All entering masters and doctoral students take a placement examination in music theory. The examination must be taken before the start of enrollment in a graduate degree program. Graduate theory coursework required as a result of this examination will be counted toward the degree requirements. Students may retake the examination once. The examination is given in August and January.
Music Theory - Saturday, Aug. 18, 2018 - 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. - E202
Music Theory - Saturday, Jan. 12, 2019 - 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. - E202