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Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.) in Theatre & Voice


The Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.) in Theatre & Voice degree requires 124 credits.

Students will receive classical vocal training combined with theatrical arts. Voice lessons/vocal study will be focused on art songs, oratorio, opera and other classical pieces. Students receive training in vocal technique, languages and diction, vocal repertoire, acting, and the theatrical arts.  Performance opportunities range from workshops to fully staged productions, allowing students to develop their talents at the most beneficial pace.

Students will be studying with faculty members who are nationally and internationally recognized in their field. Courses in Music Theory and Musicology are part of the in depth exploration of music as well as performing a junior recital and a senior recital.

With this degree, students can go on to pursue graduate studies in music, establish private studios, audition for theatre/musical productions, or create their own path in music or music-related endeavors.


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