2017-18 GUIDE TO MUSIC SCHOOLS

School of Music
School of Music
University of North Carolina School of the Arts
MISSION
The University of North Carolina School of the Arts provides gifted emerging artists with the experience, knowledge, and skills needed to excel in their disciplines and in their lives, and it serves and enriches the cultural and economic prosperity of the people of North Carolina and the nation. UNCSA is the state's unique professional school for the performing, visual and moving image arts, training students at the high school, undergraduate and master’s levels for professional careers in the arts.
WHAT DISTINGUISHES THIS SCHOOL
The UNCSA School of Music offers a transformative conservatory experience that combines intensive individual study under resident-artist mentors with a variety of performance opportunities. There are more than 200 recitals, concerts, and operas annually, including collaborations with other UNCSA arts schools (dance, drama, film, and design and production).
LOCATION
1533 South Main St.
Winston-Salem, NC 27127
ADMISSIONS
336-770-3290
Audition Requirements
FINANCIAL INFORMATION
CAREER / POST-GRADUATION ASSISTANCE
UNCSA's Office of Career Development assists students with career planning. It is designed to work hand-in-hand with the arts schools in supplementing their career preparation. UNCSA students participate in career development seminars as part of their curriculum.
KEY STATISTICS (college level and above)
183 music students
Music Faculty: 30 full time, 20 adjunct
AREAS OF STUDY
Brass • Composition (Performance) • Guitar • Harp • Orchestral Conducting • Organ • Percussion • Piano • Strings • Voice/Opera • Woodwinds
Other Areas of Study: Collaborative Piano • Other courses, such as jazz and theory, geared toward performance
DEGREE PROGRAMS
ADDITIONAL PROGRAMS (non-matriculating/prep)
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