A student cellist rehearses in Salmon Recital Hall
Hall-Musco Conservatory of Music

» BM in Performance—Strings

The Bachelor of Music in Strings Performance is an intensive performance degree emphasizing classical training for solo, chamber, and orchestral experience. 

Prospective conservatory students may take a complimentary half-hour lesson with one of our applied instructors. Please contact the music office to make arrangements for a lesson.

We welcome your interest in our program and look forward to helping you turn your passion into profession!


 

Chapman Strings Faculty

The Strings Studies Program at Chapman is led by Dr. Yoshika Masuda and includes faculty from from an array of academic backgrounds from renowned institutions and professional experience in the music industry. They are passionate about their craft and teaching the next generation of musicians. And with a 1:14 faculty ratio, you'll enjoy a personalized education with faculty who know your name.

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Program Learning Outcomes


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Chapman Music Ensembles for String Musicians

Strings students have many performance opportunities, including three large ensembles (The Chapman Orchestra, University Wind Symphony, and the Chapman Big Band) and many small ensembles encompassing new music, percussion, strings, winds, brass, early music, jazz, and pep band.

There is no system of seniority in our music ensembles: students are selected and seated based on their talent and level of commitment, which means a first-year student has opportunities equal to any other student to participate. 


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Contact Us


Program Info & Trial Lessons:
music@chapman.edu

Admission Information:
copaadmit@chapman.edu