Music

Overview

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Whether you see yourself performing in the spotlight, inspiring in the classroom, or creating magic in a recording studio, Quincy University can prepare you for a future of achievement.  Quincy's Music program prepares you for a well-rounded degree in music, with particular emphasis on music history, music theory, literature, and performance. Junior and senior recitals cap the performance component of this degree. Our Music professors are experienced musicians and will mentor and guide you through the program. Additionally, our small class sizes allow for improved interaction among you and your fellow students and between you and your professors.  And all student musicians--not just music majors and minors--are invited and encouraged to join one or more of our many available instrumental and vocal music ensembles.  All student performers (majors and non-majors) are eligible for a number of performance scholarships.

All students wishing to major or minor in Music audition before members of the music faculty prior to acceptance as a Music major or minor. If you're ready to join a talented team of performers, your audition may qualify you for scholarships or grants, renewable for up to four years. The prestigious Hugh Soebbing Scholarship, for instance, carries an award of up to $6,500.

Quincy's Music program prepares you for a well-rounded degree in music, with particular emphasis on music history, music theory, literature, and performance. Junior and senior recitals cap the performance component of this degree. Our Music professors are experienced musicians and will mentor and guide you through the program. Additionally, our small class sizes allow for improved interaction among you and your fellow students and between you and your professors.