University of North Carolina-Greensboro

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218 West Market Street Greensboro North Carolina 27401 US

UNCG is the 2nd largest music program in the southeast with world class faculty, incredible performance opportunities, and great harp-specific scholarship available! Ms. Mumm is focused on providing a well-rounded musician education with classes in solo, orchestral, technique, pedagogy, freelancing, in addition to studio classes, chamber, and large ensembles. BM in Performance, Music Ed, BA for double majoring, minor programs, in addition to MM and DMA all available.

Type of School
University
Music and Arts Degrees Offered
Bachelor of Music, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Music Education, Master of Music, Master of Music Education, Doctor of Musical Arts
Harp instructors:
Andrea Mumm
Lessons available for non-majors?
Yes
Harp minor offered?
Yes
Number of school harps:
1
Space provided for personal harps?
Yes
This program is best suited for students who ________.
Are interested in a performance career, music education, a double major, or just a harp minor!
What sets this program apart from others is ________.
Best academic classes, world class faculty, and very affordable.
Students who graduate from this school go on to ________.
Performance, teaching, and freelancing careers.
The three words that best describe this school's environment are ________.
Supportive, Quality, Idyllic
More Information

The Harp Program at UNCG is looking to expand! Great scholarships are available on top of an already affordable tuition.  Auditions are December through February with no preference given to earlier dates for scholarship allocation. UNCG has a large dedicated harp room with a gorgeous Lyon and Healy 23.  Plenty of space also to store your personal harp. The campus is set in the idyllic hills of Greensboro within a thriving arts community.  Many students play in local orchestras as well as UNCG ensembles.  Students can double major with a BA or double with a BM in Music Education and Performance and Music Minors are very flexible.

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