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Wind/Band Conducting

Master of Music

Learn more about possible Graduate Associate positions in MM Conducting/Wind Conducting 2019-20

The Master of Music degree in Wind/Band Conducting is a 32 hour degree program. Students accepted into the MM conducting program at TCU will have a comprehensive experience in all areas of the band program. This will include conducting of concert ensembles: Wind Symphony, Symphonic Band, Concert Band and Chamber Music Ensembles. Additionally – each student will receive experience in marching band, basketball band and all other aspects of the program.

Conducting Opportunities:
1. Assist with Wind Symphony, Symphonic Band, and Concert Band
2. Assist with TCU Chamber Music Ensembles
3. Assist with the TCU “Horned Frog” Marching Band
4. Assist with the TCU Basketball Band

Doctor of Musical Arts

Learn more about a possible Graduate Associate position in DMA Conducting/Wind Studies 2019-20.

The objective of the TCU Doctor of Musical Arts (DMA) degree in performance, piano pedagogy, composition or conducting is to develop the musician-scholar—one who displays a high level of mastery in a professional medium and is equipped with scholarly research skills. The program leading to the degree is designed to prepare musician-scholars for careers as creative artists and teachers at institutions of higher learning. Enrollment in the doctoral program is carefully monitored toward the goal of remaining highly selective and relatively small. Prospective DMA students must demonstrate the potential for both artistry and scholarship on the highest levels.