NMU Department of Music
Whether you are a singer or instrumentalist, planning a career in music education or hoping to hit it big in the music industry, NMU will provide a world-class undergraduate musical training under the personal guidance of gifted and dedicated faculty members. Combined with a rich program of general studies courses, you will have the solid educational foundation you will need to succeed in any field or profession.
Helsinki Chamber Choir - "State of the Union" (new opera) - TODAY & Friday, Sept. 30 - 7:30 p.m. - FRT
Beethoven and Banjos - Friday, September 30 - 7:30 p.m. - RRH
Redfern/Rhyneer ~ Faculty Recital - Sunday, October 2 - 3:00 p.m. - RRH
RRH = Reynolds Recital Hall TFA = KA = Kaufman Auditorium FRT = Forest Roberts Theatre
*Click HERE at concert time to view live internet broadcasts of RRH performances marked with (*).
Experience the Finest in Musical Learning!
At NMU, all performing ensembles and studio lessons are open, by audition, to any student, regardless of major. There are no added lab fees for these courses. If you are taking lessons or enrolled in an ensemble, you’ll have access to state-of-the-art practice rooms and other rehearsal facilities in the newly renovated Thomas Fine Arts building. You will study and rehearse with a nationally recognized music faculty whose enthusiasm and dedication will help you reach your full potential. You will also get to perform in one of the premiere concert venues in the Midwest, the fabulous Reynolds Recital Hall. Make sure to schedule a tour of the Music department when you arrange your campus visit!
NMU Department of Music graduates get great jobs! Nationally, there is consistently a strong call for qualified public school music teachers, one of the most rewarding careers imaginable. Our graduates regularly move on into music graduate study programs at prestigious institutions. Others find careers as U.S. military musicians, as professional performers, in composition, in various aspects of the music industry, and in many other careers.