Bachelor of Music students perform string instruments in concert.

Performance: Strings, Woodwinds, Brass, Harp & Percussion

Bachelor of Music

Performance-based training

Our Bachelor of Music in performance program offers specializations in:

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

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-related 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 each semester you are at Lynn. Each group will have a structured rehearsal schedule, formal weekly coachings and a required performance.

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

Additional opportunities include weekly studio classes and performance forum, mock orchestral auditions every semester, the New Music Festival and multiple master class opportunities.

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If you’re a musician interested in studying and performing at Lynn, you will need to complete your applications and schedule your audition.

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Curriculum & requirements

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All students accepted into the Conservatory of Music attend Lynn tuition-free.

Students play the horns.

Brass audition guidelines

Conservatory student plays the harp.

Harp audition guidelines

Student plays the drum.

Percussion audition guidelines

Students play their string instruments in a concert.

String audition guidelines

Conservatory student plays woodwinds instrument.

Woodwind audition guidelines

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Bachelor of Music degrees require 120 credit hours of study, composed of classes chosen specifically for each area of study. All Bachelor of Music specializations include study of applied instrument, chamber music and/or large ensemble, music history, music theory, and Lynn University’s nationally recognized Dialogues core curriculum. Performance requirements include juries, mock orchestral auditions, and junior and senior recitals. Additional course requirements vary based on the area of study.

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