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Music students who major in performance at the Conservatory benefit from a program that prepares them for careers as professional performers, and gives them the skills they need to adapt continually to a changing world. Students choose one of four areas of emphasis: vocal, instrumental, piano or organ. Supporting the focus on the primary instrument are courses in theory, history, counterpoint, form and analysis, and orchestration. In addition, experiences in solo, chamber and large ensemble performances round out each student’s course of study. After graduation, many of Capital’s performance majors pursue advanced degrees at the finest graduate schools in the country. Others continue to develop their talents in Europe or the United States in opera houses, orchestras or as solo or ensemble performers and entertainers.
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Course requirements for all majors and minors can be found in our online course bulletin. Download a sample 4-year course plan for the instrumental emphasis (PDF)Download a sample 4-year course plan for the voice emphasis (PDF)Download a sample 4-year course plan for the opera music theatre emphasis (PDF)Download a sample 4-year course plan for the piano emphasis (PDF)Download a sample 4-year course plan for the organ emphasis (PDF)
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