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Study Music at King's

The Music degree at King's equips musicians with performance opportunities, private instruction, and personal growth to cultivate areas of music performance, aural skills, and theory.

Cultivate your talents in performance, aural skills, and music theory. King's classical music courses not only familiarize students with the physical aspects of the art—including theory and performance techniques—and its aesthetic qualities, but also seek answers to philosophical questions concerning the nature, origin, and development of music.

With an equal emphasis on academic and private music instruction, you'll always have plenty of performance opportunities to hone your craft and do what you love: making music! Discover amazing performance and concert opportunities at King's.

King's Music program gives students opportunities for professional performances, private music instruction, and time for personal growth and achievement. Classes consist of discussions, presentations, and analyses of songs, sounds, and ideas.

Students who have applied and received a letter of admission into a bachelor of music, bachelor of arts in music, or music minor program need to complete a couple extra steps before beginning their program.

Music programs at King's

Available as a major:

  • 4-Year Bachelor of Music
  • 4-Year Bachelor of Arts

Available as a concentration:

  • 3-Year Bachelor of Arts

Available as a minor:

  • 4-Year Bachelor of Arts
  • 3-Year Bachelor of Arts

Available as a diploma and certificate:

  • 2-Year Diploma in Church Music
  • 1-Year Performer's Certificate
  • 1-Year Artist’s Diploma

Fall Program start date
September 3, 2019

Fall Application Deadline
September 11, 2019

Winter Program start date
January 7, 2019

Winter Application Deadline
December 15, 2019

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    Our Music grads get jobs as:

  • Arts Administrators
  • Composers
  • Conductors
  • Music Teachers
  • Professional Performers
  • Worship Leaders

    Our Music grads go on to study:

  • Arts Administration and Leadership
  • Education
  • Music Composition
  • Music Technology
  • Music Therapy
  • Musicology
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