Enhance your artistry
The Master of Music in Instrumental Collaborative Piano program is highly selective, created for pianists who possess a natural instinct to collaborate and who wish to immerse themselves in the instrumental and chamber repertoire.
This prestigious degree program focuses on developing individual artistry through exposure to all instrumental studios and faculty. Weekly studio classes and semi-public performance forums provide ample performance opportunities for thoughtfully made assignments that address both individual strengths and repertoire deficiencies.
In addition to advanced courses in music theory and history, master’s students have the opportunity to take courses in music entrepreneurship as well as a unique Advanced Collaborative Piano Literature course.
Our small size allows us to create chamber groups for each student, every semester. Each group follows a structured rehearsal schedule with weekly coaching and a required performance. Collaborative pianists also perform in large ensembles and the New Music Festival.
Practicum provides extensive time within all instrumental studios playing lessons, studio classes, master classes and degree recitals. Additionally, two degree recitals, designed by you to reflect your personal interests are required during the degree.
Ready to start your journey?
If you’re a musician interested in studying and performing at Lynn, you will need to complete your applications and schedule your audition.
Curriculum & requirements
All students accepted into the Conservatory of Music attend Lynn tuition-free.
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At Lynn University, we embrace technology by encouraging our students to engage with course content through iPads, and our professors can develop custom course materials.
All master of music degrees require 36 credit hours of study, composed of classes chosen specifically for each area of study. All Master of Music specializations include study of applied instrument, chamber music and/or large ensemble, music history, music theory and entrepreneurship. Master of Music students complete additional requirements including a graduate recital, concerto performance, chamber music performances, mock orchestral auditions, and a comprehensive oral examination at the end of study. Additional course requirements vary based on the area of study.