This degree program culminates in focused recitals presented during the junior and senior years of study.  

About two-thirds of the coursework for an earned Bachelor of Music degree will be in music. While some of the liberal arts requirements are waived for Bachelor of Music students, a core of general college courses is taken that provides a well-rounded education.  Bachelor of Music in Performance majors generally prepare for further music studies in graduate school.  

A performance audition is required for acceptance into the Bachelor of Music program.  

Why Study Music Performance at Concordia?

  • The Music Department provides a rich environment of performance opportunities and music studies for the young musician.
  • Besides applied lessons, masterclasses and recitals focused on solo performance skills, the department provides multiple chamber music and ensemble performance experiences.
  • Members of the applied music faculty bring years of performance knowledge and experience to their informed studio teaching.
  • Concordia performance majors are carefully prepared for successful graduate school auditions.

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Alexandra "Lexi" Brouillard '19 on Why study flute performance at Concordia?

My inner calling was to perform music professionally... I’ve taken my dream to be a professional musician and started making it a reality. I absolutely love my major, and Concordia has provided such a welcoming environment to help me grow, learn, and live every second of it.