A minor in Music Performance is ideal for students who arrive at University of the Ozarks with a passion for music and some previous training in voice and/or keyboard but have chosen a professional career in another discipline. In addition to improving musical abilities in voice, piano, or organ through private lessons with artist studio teachers and/or ensemble directors, our Music Performance minors also gain insight into the field through academic courses including Musicianship, Music Literature, and a variety of upper level music electives that can be chosen to fit the student’s specific interests and aspirations. Completing a Music Performance minor will enable teachers, scientists, businessmen/women, etc., to be marketable and valuable assets as solo performers and/or collaborative keyboardists in their communities, churches and schools.
|Credits||Course Type||Course Title|
|3||Required||MUS 1013 Musicianship I|
|3||Required||MUS 2113 or 2123, Music Literature I or II|
|4||Required||Four semesters of Applied Lessons or Ensembles|
|6||Electives||See list of upper-level electives for the music major
Suggested: MUS 3xx3 Musical Repertoire
MUS 3102 Basic Conducting
WHAT OUR STUDENTS DO
University of the Ozarks' new assistant professor of music and choral director, Dr. Jonathan Ledger, knows first-hand the powerful life-changing value of a liberal arts education, and he is eager to share those lessons with his students.
Corbin Sturch has found a way to turn his love of music into a lucrative entrepreneurial endeavor.
As a performer, it can be an exciting challenge to tackle a new musical style or vocal technique. Whether you're an amateur or a seasoned professional doesn't really matter. It's a chance to push yourself – to refine your musical skills and to find out more about your vocal capabilities.