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Master of Music in Carillon Performance

Department of Organ

Designed for students seeking professional career preparation including the development of artistry, technique, scholarly research, and the ability to play music of all periods with integrity and knowledge of specific performance practices. Applicants must possess a bachelor’s degree in music or its equivalent as well as a strong keyboard background and experience in carillon.

Curriculum

The Master of Music in Carillon Performance requires a minimum of 32 credits. Coursework to include:

  • Private carillon lessons
  • Private organ lessons
  • Music Theory, Musicology, and/or Composition
  • SMTD electives

Final Project

The presentation of a recital.

Audition & Interview Dates

For requirement details, please see the Degree Requirements and Term-by-Term Layout for Current Students.

How To Apply

Applicants must:

  • apply to U-M via the SMTD Graduate Application by December 1
  • Submit an SMTD Artistic Profile by December 1
  • Have all supplemental materials sent to SMTD

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Faculty

James Kibbie Chair, University Organist
Joseph Gascho harpsichord, early music, Dir. of Stearns Collection of Musical Instruments
Darlene Kuperus, organ, sacred music
Tiffany Ng carillon, University Carillonist
Jeremy David Tarrant, organ