Master of Music in Vocal Performance
How to Apply
The master of music degree is available to students by audition.
Recital performances will be auditioned before the department faculty.
Candidates are expected to have completed four semesters of foreign language study, or the equivalent, before beginning the master's degree. Students with deficiencies will be advised to add language study and/or MUS 141-142. The two degree recitals should each be approximately one hour in length. Repertoire for the first recital should include art songs, opera, and oratorio selections in English, French, German, Italian, and other languages if desired; should cover the Renaissance/Baroque, Classical, Romantic, and 20th Century/contemporary periods; and should include at least one chamber music piece. The second recital may be designed by the student with approval from the Director of Vocal Studies, and may include a traditional recital, major solo opera, concert or oratorio performance, a dramatic production, chamber music, or a combination of the above. Students are required to prepare their written recital programs, complete with texts, translations, and program notes.
Since degree requirements and course offerings can change from year to year, consult the General Course Catalog for your appropriate school year's requirements and suggestions. If the Catalog is out of date or if you would like more advice, please contact any of the Vocal faculty for guidance.
- Olga Perez Flora
- Pat Gardner
Piano Accompanist; Librarian, Choral Activities
- CJ Greer
Voice - Music Theatre
- Albert Rudolph Lee
Voice; Artistic Director, Nevada Chamber Opera
- Helen Lee
- Isadora Pastragus-Wilson
Piano Accompanist, Vocal/Instrumental Coach
- Brittney May
- Paul Torkelson
Assistant Professor, Voice, Singing, Choral Arts, Choral; Conducting; Director, Choral Studies; Director, Symphonic Chorus; Director, Nevada Chamber Singers