2017-18 GUIDE TO MUSIC SCHOOLS

IU Jacobs School of Music
IU Jacobs School of Music
Indiana University
MISSION
As one of the most comprehensive and acclaimed institutions for the study of music, the IU Jacobs School of Music plays a key role in educating performers, scholars, and music educators who influence music performance and education around the globe.
WHAT DISTINGUISHES THIS SCHOOL
The more than 1,600 students who study at the Jacobs School of Music benefit from the intensity and focus of a conservatory combined with the broad academic offerings of a major university. The breadth and number of performance opportunities are unparalleled in college music study.
LOCATION
1201 East Third Street
Bloomington, IN 47405
ADMISSIONS
812-855-7998
Audition Requirements
Audition requirements: Most programs in the IU Jacobs School of Music require an audition, and in some cases an interview is required. Auditions and interviews are held on three weekends each year: one in January, one in February, and one in March. All auditions and interviews are held on the Bloomington campus. The Indiana University Jacobs School of Music does not offer regional auditions. Audition and interview dates are scheduled only after students have completed both the IU Application for Admission and the IU Jacobs School of Music Application.
FINANCIAL INFORMATION
CAREER / POST-GRADUATION ASSISTANCE
The Entrepreneurship & Career Development program educates, inspires, and supports Jacobs School of Music students as they prepare for innovative, creative, and successful lives in the arts. Offerings include expert guidance, education programs, extensive resources, and project mentoring, as well as a wide variety of events.
In collaboration with the graduate and undergraduate offices, the OECD provides one-on-one career advising, multiple online tools, an alumni mentorship program, departmental career days, mentorship to student organizations and projects, and digital publications. An undergraduate Certificate in Music Entrepreneurship (15 credits) is offered by the OECD in partnership with the Kelley School of Business.
KEY STATISTICS (college level and above)
1600 music students
Music Faculty: 180 full time, 30 adjunct
AREAS OF STUDY
Applied Music (Performance) • Brass • Composition (Performance) • Guitar • Harp • Historical Performance • Jazz Studies & Contemporary Media • Music Education • Orchestral Conducting • Organ • Percussion • Piano • Strings • Theory • Voice/Opera • Woodwinds
Other Areas of Study: Audio Engineering and Sound Production • Ballet • Chamber and Collaborative Music • Choral Conducting • Music Entrepreneurship
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