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    Department of Music, Theatre and Dance

  • Much more than an ensemble.

    Department of Music, Theatre and Dance

  • Much more than a stage.

    Department of Music, Theatre and Dance

  • Much more than a performance.

    Department of Music, Theatre and Dance 

  • Much more than an ensemble.

    Department of Music, Theatre and Dance

FACULTY SPOTLIGHT

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Dance Faculty “MSU is a great place for the experienced to novice dancers to learn, create, hone their craft, and become an artist within the field of dance. The MSU Dance Ensemble also provides wonderful opportunities for dancers to work with nationally & internationally recognized choreographers, perform on campus, tour within the community, and perform at regional or national dance festivals. Through a positive, energetic, and passionate learning environment, MSU Dance truly is artistry in motion!”

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Admission Audition Results and Admission Status

All students that audition will be assessed by the faculty committed for the purpose of advising and determining admission status.  For the purpose of admission to the Music Programs at MSU, student will receive one of three results:
  • "Admitted":  Student is fully admitted into program and is free to take classes in the major.  Depending on the quality of the student's performance in their audition, the faculty audition committee may elect to recommend the student for a music scholarship.
  • "Provisional":  Student is determined to be deficient in performance abilities.  Student works with their private teacher to determine what material are needed to delete the deficiencies and are given up to two semesters to receive unconditional admission.  The student's private applied lessons do not count toward degree. The student is granted permission to take major courses for two semesters.  If the deficiencies are not resolved within two semesters, the student will not be allowed to continue as a music major.
  • "Do Not Admit":  The faculty committee determines that the student is far too deficient to be successful as a music major.  The student is not allowed to register for classes in any of the music degree programs.
 

 

STUDENT SPOTLIGHT

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Theatre Major, Williamstown, KY "Every aspect of this program is of the highest standard. Everything from its facility to the productions we put on, I am consistently reminding myself how lucky I am to be here."

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