Performance M.Mus.

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BECOME YOUR BEST. The Master of Music degree in Music Performance is a 30 credit program which prepares instrumental or vocal students as scholar-performers in an actively changing professional world.

Music is the language of the spirit. – Kahlil Gibran.

The Master of Music (MM) in Music Performance is offered in both vocal and instrumental music for those who wish to pursue performance at the professional level in orchestral, chamber and operatic fields. Designed with equal emphasis on scholarship and performance, the program grounds musicianship in a rigorous academic foundation. Students benefit from individual mentor-ship in applied music by dedicated faculty who are world-renowned artist and scholars. Through performance partnerships with a wide variety of large and chamber ensembles, students will hone their unique performance skills and be set on a path towards a career in the professional performance world.

Instruction from world-renowned faculty in applied music and performance opportunities in a variety of ensembles provide students with ample experience, while at the same time strengthening each individual performer’s artistic abilities.

For a full description of our programs, what they offer and how they are constructed, please download and view our Department of Music Graduate Student Handbook which includes information about each degree option from start to finish, including audition requirements for each instrument and voice type.

Please see the website for the Graduate School of the University of Minnesota Duluth for information on applications Here. All applications are processed online.

Graduate Handbook

PDF iconGraduate Audition Requirements

Admission Requirements

  • A Department of Music Graduate Study Application  Apply Here
  • A three- to five-page paper addressing current issues in music performance to be used as a professional writing example
  • Three letters of reference from professional colleagues or supervisors describing the candidate’s potential for success in the graduate music program
  • An entrance performance audition on the candidate’s major instrument or voice, arranged with the applied professor in your area. A DVD or Web based link to a video may be accepted as a substitute for the live audition upon approval of the faculty and Director of Graduate Studies.  Register Here for your 

Audition Dates:

Complete the Music audition registration HERE. Audition dates for the 2019-2020 academic year will be held on the following dates:

Saturday, January 19, 2019*

Saturday, February 23, 2019*

Saturday, March 30, 2019

Saturday, April 13, 2019

*Priority Audition Dates for Graduate Assistant-ships and Scholarship funding

Students unable to make these dates may arrange for a different day or time by contacting;

Dee Charles at dcharles@d.umn.edu | 218.726.7890

Please call 218-726-7890 or email umdmusic@d.umn.edu with questions regarding the application or scholarship audition process.

Scholarships, fellowships, and teaching assistant-ships are available for graduate students.

PDF iconGraduate Assistant Application