The vocal studies concentration is designed to engage students in advanced studies in vocal performance. Students will develop expertise in performance as a soloist and an ensemble member. Students in the concentration will prepare for a professional career beyond their university experience and benefit from our centralized location in Los Angeles, one of the world’s major artistic centers.
Post-graduate career options
- Professional Musician
- Graduate study in performance, pedagogy, conducting, or history
- Music director/producer
- Music therapist
- Private music teacher
- Arts administrator
- Community arts manager
In addition to the 38 semester hours of general music major requirements and the foreign language requirement, students in the concentration will take MUSC 310 Instrumental Pedagogy; MUSC 344 Alexander Technique; and MUSC 450 Senior Project/Recital*.
*Vocal and instrumental studies students perform a senior recital as part of their concentration. Senior capstone projects vary in the other concentrations.
Contact Program Director T. J. Harper, Department Chair: Todd.Harper@lmu.edu