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Students develop a strong foundation with courses in aural skills, music history, music theory, pedagogy, conducting, and others.The degree provides numerous large and small-scale ensemble and solo performance opportunities, including required third and fourth-year solo recitals.My career as a performer has always transplanted to my studio teaching, trying to help the students to perform and extend their performing abilities nationally and internationally.UGA has wonderful activities to take part in, but performing at the Performing Arts Center is a rewarding experience with its wonderful acoustics and design.It is my ultimate aspiration to open a KIPP (Knowledge Is Power Program) school of my own, serving students in low-income communities.”For more information about Charles King, click here.The Hodgson School of Music at UGA is one of the rising leaders in music schools today, boasting approximately 600 students and 65 faculty members, some of the finest facilities in the nation, and upwards of 350 public performances each year (including world-class international artists and a twice-yearly residency of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra).
Masciadri, click here.business money economics economy commodities venue communication public relations pr marketing promotion accounting performance stage manage artist label guitar music rock entertainment produce producer rap guitar funk empire the voice america idol b52's widespread panic songs stage lady antebellum concerts corey smith The purpose of the Music Business Certificate at the University of Georgia is to develop business leaders for the music industry.
The degree also provides a firm foundation for graduate study.
The Bachelor of Music with a major in Performance provides for maximum development of individual musicianship and the various competencies required by the contemporary performer.
Career opportunities include composing original music for publication, radio broadcast, film, television, and advertising, or arranging music for various collegiate or professional performing groups (e.g.
marching bands, dance bands, and other professional organizations).