Higher Studies in music

Bowling Green State University

Bowling Green State University’s College of Musical Arts has earned a reputation as one of the country’s outstanding collegiate music programs. The college provides training for students pursuing professional and teaching degrees in music. Its graduates hold appointments in a multitude of colleges and universities, private and public schools, as well as successful and fulfilling careers as professional musicians, composers, arts administrators and private studio teachers.The college brings the joy of music to Bowling Green and the surrounding communities with over 500 concerts, recitals and public events each year. The college’s musical calendar features more than 25 performing ensembles, plus a variety of student chamber music groups and soloists. In addition, two fully staged operas are produced annually. Student and faculty ensembles from the college frequently perform at state and national conferences.

Faculty soloists and ensembles have garnered accolades both in the United States and abroad, and compositions by faculty composers have also received national and worldwide performances. The college’s music education, musicology and theory faculty regularly present papers and sessions at professional conferences, and many are recognized for their publications and writings.