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FMEA College Fair

Colleges and universities are listed in alphabetical order. Virtual Meeting Rooms will be available
Saturday, January 16, 2021, 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.


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Students! Text @amumar to 81010 to connect to the AMU Music Department or find us on Instagram at @amumarchingband. Discover new friendships, perform under the Saturday night stadium lights, and become an integral part of tradition within campus life with AMU Marching Band. In addition to academic scholarships, students who sign on to attend AMU on a marching band scholarship may be awarded up to $5,000 per academic year,  in addition to any other music department scholarships they may receive including organ, piano and voice scholarships. Students may rent instruments free of charge. We have acquired all new Yamaha brass and drum line instruments as well as some from the inventory of Carolina Crown. Outside of marching band, our students engage in performing for basketball games, cross country meets, soccer games and other athletic events. Performances also include a variety of Catholic festivities including All Saint’s Day, and Feast of Annunciation. Students have the opportunity to take private lessons for credit, music theory, composition, music history, aural skills and participate in a variety or chamber choirs and community orchestras as well. With the development of the program, the Ave Maria University Marching Band will be performing at  Florida invitationals and championships in exhibition as well as trips to Disney for Christmas time parades.

 

Ave Maria is located 35 minutes east of Naples where students enjoy weekend trips to the gulf coast beaches or just under 2 hours east they find themselves in Miami. Ave Maria boast some beautiful land just slightly North of the Everglades National Park. By a 3 hour ferry, students enjoy excursions to Key West during spring and holiday breaks. On a campus of nearly 1200 students, life at Ave is a very intimate experience with exceptional support from professors and many opportunities to serve in faith. Masses are held 3 times daily for student as well as confession Click the link to view an Ave Maria flyer over tour. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0H5PAyYIF4&t=102s

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What matters most to us at Carnegie Mellon University School of Music is teaching the art of music – placing the one-on-one work of student and teacher at the heart of the educational experience.  Every Carnegie Mellon music student is part of an orchestra, chorus, wind ensemble, or chamber group with the highest standards of discipline and musicianship. Along with studio and ensemble, the third essential element of our curriculum is the strongest possible basis in musical skills and knowledge. With undergraduate and graduate degree offerings in Performance, Composition, Technology, undergraduate Interdisciplinary Studies, and a new undergraduate program in Electronic Music you will find a program to fit your interests.  Our students come from around the world and all bring unique talents and backgrounds while sharing a single goal – to become a great musician.  Learn more about the School of Music with our digital brochure (PDF).

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FAU MUSIC: Inspiring achievement in music through student engagement in scholarship, diverse modes of creative activity, and community outreach.

Florida Atlantic offers undergraduate degrees in Music Education, Performance, and Commercial Music. Our beautiful campus, which sits under two miles to the Atlantic Ocean, houses 30,000 students, new residential housing, and a vibrant student environment. Come visit with our faculty and see what Florida Atlantic can offer you. 

At FAU, Your Music Is Our Music. 

FAU Virtual MUSIC Open House Saturday, February 5, 2021: Register Here

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Through specialized curricula and supportive general education offerings, the Bower School of Music at FGCU prepares students for careers in music education, music therapy and music performance. Interdisciplinary study is offered through the B.A. in Music. Outstanding musical opportunities await students who minor in music. Faculty and students alike are a source of cultural enrichment to Southwest Florida and beyond. 

Degrees Offered:

Bachelor of Arts in Music Performance

Bachelor of Music Education

Bachelor of Music Therapy

Bachelor of Arts in Music

Minor in Music

The Bower School of Music is designated as a Limited Access Program. To be admitted and considered for highly competitive scholarships, prospective students must: 

Apply to FGCU

Apply to the Bower School of Music

Schedule an entrance audition

Be admitted into both FGCU and the Bower School of Music

Virtual Audition Dates:

Sat., February 6, 2021 – application deadline is Fri., January 22, 2021 

Sat., March 13, 2021 – application deadline is Fri., February 26, 2021 

Sat., April 10, 2021 – application deadline is Fri. March 26, 2021

The audition process consists of a vocal, instrumental or piano performance, sight reading on your instrument or voice, taking the Music Theory Diagnostic Exam or Transfer Music Theory Placement Exam, and taking the Class Piano Placement Exam if you listed four or more years of piano lessons or you’re a transfer student that has taken Class Piano on the college level.  

For audition requirements and to apply online, please visit: http://www.fgcu.edu/CAS/Music/audition.asp

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Welcome to FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE! 
Drop by our booth for a conversation with music faculty and students.  Learn about our majors, performance opportunities, rehearsal spaces, collaborations, world-class guest artists, and music-specific clubs and organizations.  We look forward to connecting with you!

Learn more about our audition process and requirements here:
https://www.flsouthern.edu/undergraduate/visit/events/music-auditions.aspx 

Auditions are required for all music majors.  At the time of the audition, students are evaluated for talent-based scholarships, which are renewable for four years of study.  We also offer non-music majors the opportunity to participate in our ensembles, with scholarships available.

Located in Lakeland, Florida, FSC is home to 3,000+ students that represent nearly every state and 48 foreign countries. Your experience at Florida Southern College will include 100% faculty-led courses, engaged learning through guaranteed educational opportunities that include study abroad, internships, and faculty advising within your major.  

Accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music, the Florida Southern College Department of Music offers four distinctive undergraduate majors:
Bachelor of Arts in Music
Bachelor of Music Education
Bachelor of Science in Music Management
Bachelor of Music in Performance

Grow your musical skills by studying with our Artist-level Faculty, who bring a combination of academic expertise and extensive performance experience to their teaching.  
 

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The College of Music at Florida State University is one of the largest and most comprehensive music schools in the world. Our faculty and students seek new knowledge and a deeper understanding of music through innovative research, education, music performance, and creative activity, all of which contribute to the culture, vibrancy, and diversity of the University and our community. We offer our students a wide array of distinctive majors and programs, outstanding ensemble experiences, and over 500 concerts and recitals each year featuring students, faculty, and guest artists. Our students become consummate music professionals as performers, educators, scholars, composers, conductors, music therapists, entrepreneurs, commercials musicians, and arts administrators.

Applications for Summer/Fall 2021 are now being accepted! February 1 is the final deadline for undergraduate applications and audition recordings. Application deadline for the Summers-only Master of Music Education program is March 1, and deadlines for other graduate programs vary.

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Personalized Attention. Professional Preparation. Innovative Programs.

With a distinguished faculty of professional performing artists and scholars, a low student-teacher ratio, generous talent scholarships, and outstanding performance facilities, JU is the perfect place for you to focus and refine your skills while deepening your appreciation for music — all in the context of a selective, private, and comprehensive liberal arts university.

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Palm Beach Atlantic University (PBA) prepares students for lifelong learning and leadership by offering excellent undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs of study in Arts, Humanities, Sciences, and selected professions. Palm Beach Atlantic University is a private, independent university dedicated to the intentional integration of Christian principles and academics. As a community of learners, the university provides students with a rigorous educational environment that leads to intellectual, spiritual, and personal character development. With a student body consisting of 3,700 total students hailing from forty-five states and forty-two countries, the university’s annual impact on the Palm Beach County economy is $426M. PBA’s School of Music & Fine Arts consists of the Departments of Art, Dance, and Music, as well as the non-academic initiative Preparatory Department. As performing and visual artists, they are dedicated to cultivating their distinctive contributions to society through excellence in artistic expression, arts advocacy, redemptive storytelling, and transformational experiences.

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Welcome to the Southeastern University Department of Music virtual booth. We’re so glad you chose to stop by!  Southeastern, a Christ-Centered university, is located in central Florida between Orlando and Tampa.  Our core belief is that, in the pursuit of discovering God’s divine design for our lives, we are all called to create: “In the beginning, God created…” (Genesis 1:1)

Within the Department of Music, we offer the following degrees:

Bachelor of Arts in Music

Bachelor of Science in Church Music

Bachelor of Science in Music Business

Bachelor of Music Education

Bachelor of Music in Music Performance

Our faculty are credentialed through a number of prestigious institutions of higher education, and they maintain the strong belief that we are called to excellence in whatever we pursue, to the glory of God.  Use the "Meet with Us" link to visit with our faculty.

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The Meadows School of the Arts is a collaborative performing, visual, and communication arts school at Southern Methodist University, a private, liberal arts university. In addition to top-rated, conservatory-style programs, the students are involved in all aspects of campus life from double majoring to student organization involvement. The school is located 2 miles from downtown Dallas, home to the largest consecutive arts district in the US, providing its students a plethora of opportunities on and off campus. With a world-class faculty, an incredible network, and unique programs like arts entrepreneurship, a Meadows education is unmatched.

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Educating musicians for the stage and the classroom since 1936, the Stetson School of Music is regarded as one of the nation's finest undergraduate-only professional schools. We continue this tradition with a select enrollment of just over 300 majors and minors and 52 artist-scholar faculty, embracing academic rigor, artistic excellence, professionalism and diversity as we strive to enrich the whole person. Stetson is an exciting place to live, learn and develop as a musician. 

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The UCF School of Performing Arts comprises the music and theatre programs at the University of Central Florida. For over 50 years, UCF has been a leader in music education in Florida and has grown to be a nationally and internationally recognized school to study music. Our world-class faculty are dedicated to helping students prepare for careers in the music industry with one-on-one instruction, ensemble participation, networking opportunities and guest artist master classes.


UCF Music has a valuable partnership with the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra, to provide  performance and learning opportunities for our students. We are also home to our own record label, Flying Horse Records, producing chart-topping records for the Flying Horse Big Band and other ensembles at UCF. Our school is now home to the state-of-the-art Center for Multimedia Composition, providing a place for students to be on the cutting edge of creating new music.  Students also have international opportunities with Mahidol University in Thailand and our partner, Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest.

Bachelor of Music, Music Performance | This track is for students dedicated to pursuing a career in music performance from symphonies to opera and beyond. Students will work closely with our world-class faculty and have opportunities to participate in a variety of ensembles.

Bachelor of Music, Jazz Studies | Our jazz students have many performance opportunities and perfect their craft with some of the top jazz faculty in the country. UCF is home to Flying Horse Records and the chart-topping Flying Horse Big Band.

Bachelor of Music, Composition | UCF student composers come from many backgrounds, and this is evident in the exciting and diverse music they create. Whether writing for the concert hall or for film, television or video games, our students pride themselves on their dedication to craft, openness to new ideas and meaningful interaction with listeners.

Bachelor of Music Education | This degree prepares students for a career teaching the next generation of musicians. The BME meets the educational eligibility criteria for certification in Music (K-12) in the State of Florida. We advise all applicants to visit music.ucf.edu for full details on certification. In addition to ensemble participation and core music coursework, students will take courses in music, general education and music education and have opportunities to gain real-world experience through internships and field placements.

Bachelor of Arts, Music | The B.A. program is perfect for students wanting a foundation to pursue a career or further study in musicology, arts administration, music history, music criticism, music therapy and more.  This degree has a liberal arts emphasis and flexible curriculum. 

Master of Arts, Music | This advanced degree is designed to meet the personalized needs and interests of students. The flexible curriculum accomodates study in music education, performance, composition, jazz studies, conducting, music history and with either full-time or part-time enrollment to fit your schedule. Some assistantships are availalbe for full-time graduate students in music.

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The School of Music is a tight-knit community of performers, composers and historians embedded in a preeminent university. From the first day, students majoring in music study one-on-one with studio professors and perform in premier ensembles, all while having the opportunity to explore what makes the
University of Florida a Top 10 public university.  Here, you define your pathway to professional and creative success.

Mandatory Virtual Information Sessions

Incoming Freshman

January 23, 2021
January 30, 2021
January 31, 2021

Transfer Students

March 20, 2021

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A Frost School of Music education is defined by collaboration and opportunity.  Your time here will inspire you, shape you, and broaden your horizons.  You will excel scholastically and musically and graduate with an expanded imagination, broader vision, and the ability to fully integrate the most essential aspects of today's entrepreneurial world into your music career. 

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The University of North Florida is home to one of the most recognized performance-based music programs in the country as well as a bold and innovative music education program leading to teacher certification and employment immediately upon graduation. With an emphasis on American music and comprised of dedicated faculty members who are recognized artist/practitioners in their fields, UNF's School of Music offers a stimulating and personal atmosphere in which students can study and grow.

The UNF School of Music is a limited access program offering a Bachelor of Music Education, Bachelor of Music in Performance with concentrations in Piano, Strings, Voice, Woodwinds, Brass, Percussion, Music Technology and Production, Jazz Studies, and Piano Pedagogy. We also offer a Master of Music Education with concentrations in Pedagogy and Research and Professional Education, and a Master of Music in Performance with concentrations in Conducting, Jazz Studies, Piano, Strings, Voice, Woodwinds, Brass, and Percussion.

Since its launch in 1972, the School's limited access status has allowed for a more personal rapport between teacher and student while upholding the highest standards of musical excellence. The countless awards and endorsements that the Department has received and continues to receive is testament to the caliber of the UNF School of Music as one of the very best anywhere. UNF's School of Music is a fully accredited member of the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM).

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The UNT College of Music is one of the nation’s largest and most respected comprehensive music schools. Our faculty includes internationally-acclaimed artists and scholars in composition, conducting, education, entrepreneurship, ethnomusicology, history, jazz studies, performance, and theory. 

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The School of Music at the University of South Florida offers degrees in music education, performance, composition, jazz studies, electronic music, conducting, chamber music and piano pedagogy. Degree programs are available at the bachelors, masters and doctoral levels.

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If you need more information please contact Corey Carpenter, School of Music Academic Advisor - email: coreyc1@usf.edu

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The Department of Music at The University of Tampa is a comprehensive, undergraduate-focused music program that blends the best of innovation, conservatory rigor and liberal arts inquiry. Students majoring in music at UT have the opportunity to become highly skilled music educators, versatile performers, innovative music technologists and composers, scholars of music history and theory, and much more. Our professionally diverse UT music faculty are passionate about guiding students toward success, while nurturing each student's musical and intellectual growth through individualized instruction.

The music curriculum at UT provides a flexible framework for students to develop their musical talents to a high level of proficiency while cultivating creativity, collaborating across disciplines in the College of Arts and Letters, discovering new musical interests and becoming intellectually engaged through the enjoyment of music. Following graduation, dedicated UT music students are ready to meet the challenges of a professional music career and are well-prepared for the most selective graduate music programs in the nation.

The University of Tampa has been an accredited member of the National Association of Schools of Music since 1971. The Department of Music has been a vibrant part of the city of Tampa's cultural life since UT was founded in the 1930's. With its cosmopolitan location, historical charm, variety of programming and focus on experiential learning, you will be impressed by the cultural and educational opportunities the Department of Music has to offer. We are housed in the newly finished Ferman Center for the Arts (https://www.ut.edu/academics/college-of-arts-and-letters/ferman-center-for-the-arts).

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The University of West Florida recently announced the naming of the Dr. Grier Williams School of Music.  The promotion of our department to a named school is the result of a major donation; this gift is the largest in the university’s 53-year history and comes with many benefits such as increased scholarship opportunities, the ability to implement curriculum changes, and implement much growth in the near future.  We invite you to visit with us January 16, 2:00-5:00pm EST. 

We offer three specialized degrees:  BM Performance, BME Music Education, and BA Music with an Outside Field.  

We have scholarship opportunities available for students in any of the three degree programs.

We proudly offer the following ensembles: Chamber Music Ensemble, Concert Choir (SSAA), Jazz Band, Jazz Combo, String Orchestra, Symphonic Band, and UWF Singers (SATB).

The following people are available on this zoom link:  Dr. Sheila Dunn (Director of the Williams School of Music), Dr. Brittan Braddock (Director of Bands and Music Education), Dr. Peter Steenblik (Director of Choral Activities), and Dr. Leonid Yanovskiy (Director of Strings).

For more information, visit http://uwf.edu/music or www.uwfsingers.com

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The Blair School of Music is a uniquely undergraduate-only music program within Vanderbilt University, a top 15 institution. The talented musicians we attract want conservatory-level music training with excellent teachers, frequent performance opportunities, and great facilities all in Nashville - Music City USA. Our program is a small and selective one, where our students study and perform with musicians who are equally dedicated. The student-to-faculty ratio of 4:1 provides numerous opportunities to get to know and to work closely with the world-class musicians on our faculty.

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