Master of Music


Strings, Winds, Brass and Percussion

Our Master of Music in Performance program offers specializations in:

  • Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon
  • French Horn, Trumpet, Trombone, Tuba
  • Percussion
  • Violin, Viola, Cello, Double Bass

Because of the small size and unique nature of the conservatory, students are assured a highly personalized and individualized education at Lynn. Through private instruction, ensemble coaching and music classes our faculty offer you comprehensive professional performance training.

As a part of our unique chamber music program you will be thoughtfully assigned to a group for every semester you are at Lynn. Each group will work within a structured rehearsal schedule, have formal weekly coachings and a required performance.

Under the musical direction of maestro Guillermo Figueroa, the Lynn University Philharmonia attains a professional level of performance; enjoying tremendous public support of its eight symphonic programs. We distinguish ourselves through our orchestral program as we guarantee consistent performance opportunities for all instrumentalists.

Lynn’s faculty is focused on honing the skills necessary for you to enjoy a successful career in music. To that end, you will be assigned specific performance requirements to address the multiple career paths you may pursue.

Additional opportunities you will experience at Lynn are weekly studio classes and performance forum, mock orchestral auditions that are offered in every semester, the New Music Festival and multiple master class opportunities.

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In addition to stimulating music courses, including history, theory and music entrepreneurship, you will be required to perform a mock audition, memorized concerto performance, chamber music performance and a full recital during your program.  These adjudicated performances will all take place in the presence of the conservatory faculty.

Last modified: Oct. 12, 2016