Bachelor of Music
Most programs in the UCF School of Performing Arts require an audition or interview.
The B.M. Music Performance 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.
Music Performance students take classes in music theory, piano, music technology, music history, recital performance, conducting and more. Student will also participate in their instruments music studio where they take private and group lessons and have weekly masterclasses. There are also many opportunities to perform in ensembles.
Why study music performance at UCF?
What sets UCF Music apart from other colleges and universities is that there is a thriving entertainment industry in Orlando that provides many opportunities for current students and graduates. There are many local arts groups as well as opportunities within the tourism industry such as theme parks, conventions and special events to gain experience.
B.M. Music Performance alumni have gone on to performance careers such as performing on Broadway productions like Stomp and Beauty and the Beast, playing with renowned orchestras such as the L.A. Philharmonic and Montreal Symphony and touring with legendary bands like the Duke Ellington Band.
Video: UCF Music charges on and adapts during Covid-19
April 12, 2021 UCF Symphony Orchestra Director, Chung Park, and UCF Percussion faculty member, Thad Anderson, discuss how UCF Music adapted during the Covid-19 pandemic. Their year of hard work culminates in their first live performances in front of an audience at UCF Celebrates the Arts 2021.
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