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Corban University

Music Performance

Best Music Performance School

With Corban’s music performance program, you’ll have the opportunity to attain a level of mastery in your instrument of choice (or vocal performance). You’ll develop skills such as self-discipline, collaboration, and persistence as you learn from expert private instructors and participate in larger ensembles. Most importantly, you’ll discover how the pursuit of excellence in art can serve as an act of worship—and minister to others as they see God’s beauty through music.

Is Music Performance the right major for you?

Yes, if:

  • You love listening to and performing music.
  • The thought of performing a solo excites you, even if it makes you nervous.
  • You’re willing to put in the effort before you see success.
  • You’re willing to be creative and take risks.
  • You’re highly motivated and don’t give up easily.

What You’ll Learn

As a music performance major, you will extensively study music theory, music history and aural skills to enhance your skills and confidence as a musician.

Music participation and performance is an essential part of the music performance major. Each semester, you will take private music lessons and participate in music ensembles, including concerts and other performances. You will also give two solo recitals during your time at Corban University:

  • Half-hour Junior Recital
  • Hour-long Senior Recital

Learn what courses you’ll need to complete your degree.

Admission Requirements

All prospective Corban music majors will be asked to fulfill the following, in addition to other Corban admission requirements: