Music at Kennesaw State

Whether you seek a conservatory-like experience, are looking to become a dedicated and effective educator, or have a strong interest in music but want to balance that with other academic interests, the School of Music is the place for you.  If you are interested in performance you benefit from world-class instruction, vibrant and challenging performance opportunities, and the chance to immerse yourself in metropolitan Atlanta’s rich musical culture.  The School of Music is also a vital training ground for music teachers.  KSU graduates a significant number of the teachers who keep music in Georgia schools vital and alive.  If you seek a broader academic experience, we offer a Bachelor of Arts in Music, which allows you to take advantage of more of the academic opportunities at KSU.  We stage more than 100 performances each year, from chamber music to full orchestra, choral and wind ensemble concerts, and musical theatre and opera productions, with repertoire from traditional classical to modern jazz.  So if you are looking for an excellent place to challenge yourself in a nurturing and supportive environment, look no further than the School of Music at Kennesaw State!

 

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