Music Performance : Trombone
Doctor of Musical Arts
Why study Music Performance : Trombone?
All DMA programs consist of performance requirements (lessons, two recitals, one lecture recital), and coursework in the following areas: performance preparation, historical perspective, and a cognate field. Further requirements: comprehensive examinations in the major and cognate areas, and a final scholarly document or project.
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In addition to outstanding artist-faculty and degree programs, CCM offers the greatest number of performances annually in the state of Ohio and the advantage of being located in a city known for its intense interest in the performing arts. Major musical events are held frequently. The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra performs in beautiful and historic Music Hall as well as in its summer home, Riverbend Music Center. The Cincinnati May Festival is the oldest continuous choral festival of its kind in the nation, and the Cincinnati Opera brings major artists to the city. The Cincinnati Art Museum, Taft Museum, Museum of Natural History, Contemporary Arts Center, Playhouse in the Park and Cincinnati/New Orleans Ballet Company offer outstanding cultural opportunities.
University of Cincinnati, College Conservatory of Music
Cincinnati, OH 45221-0003
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Program Code: 16DOC-MPRF-DMA-MPRF-TRB