Through weekly private lessons and studio classes, weekly performance forum, ensemble coaching, and music coursework, our faculty offer you comprehensive professional performance training.
As an undergraduate pianist, you perform in juries and recitals to earn your degree. Additional opportunities offered to pianists at Lynn include guest master classes, the New Music Festival and the annual concerto competition, which presents a winning piano soloist with the Lynn Philharmonia each year.
Our chamber music program thoughtfully assigns you to a group every semester and includes a structured rehearsal schedule, formal weekly coaching and a required performance.
The Lynn 3.0 program is available to piano majors who qualify.
In addition to taking a wide range of music courses, including theory, history, piano literature and pedagogy, and keyboard skills, you will also participate in the foundational stage of our innovative and nationally lauded core curriculum, The Dialogues of Learning.
Conservatory students take 10 core classes, leaving the majority of your education to focus on your musical training.
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