Students will experience broad range of pipe organs and harpsichords in the TCU School of Music. You’ll have ample time to perfect your pipe organ skills on a four-manual, 60-rank Möller (tonal design by Richard Whitelegg), a three-manual, 36-rank Ross King, a two-manual, 19-rank Sipe tracker, a continuo organ by Bennett and Guittari, and practice organs by Möller and Reuter. You can explore the harpsichord with our instruments by Richard Kingston and Johannes Klinkhamer.
Organ & Church Music
With a distinguished tradition of church musicians, TCU offers the following programs for organists :
- Bachelor of Music in organ performance
- Bachelor of Music in church music
- Master of Music in organ performance
- Doctor of Musical Arts in performance (not accepted for Fall 2024 admission)
Scholarship support is available for talented undergraduate music majors. Assistantships that include full-tuition remission plus a stipend are available for graduate students.
H. Joseph Butler, BA, MM, DMA – Retired Professor of Music, University Organist, Associate Dean for Graduate Studies
In addition to working with the talented students from TCU’s own choral department, which provide experience with vocals and conducting, our organ and church music students interact with the world-acclaimed guest artists who visit campus for performances and master classes.More Ensembles
From here, a world of career opportunities awaits you. Graduates join our alumni in major positions as church musicians, choir directors and teachers. Along the way, you’ll perform in the many concert halls, churches, organizations and museums of the greater Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Your faculty advisor will work with you to choose the right combination of courses and mentor you so you can reach your goals.
Schedule one-on-one meetings with your career consultant to learn more about everything Career Services has to offer music majors.Career Preparation