music program

Northern Kentucky University's Music Program offers a full range of performance and education opportunities to music majors. Our graduates pursue successful careers as professional performers, college and university faculty, public school music teachers, private studio instructors and in allied fields within the music industry.

 

 
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scholarships

SCHOLARSHIPS

NKU has generous financial awards that are available to deserving and accomplished students. Scholarships range from partial tuition to full tuition and housing. 

 

auditions

Auditions are required for majors and minors for admission into the NKU Music Program and for scholarship consideration. Audition requirements vary based on area and are listed on the auditions page.


2019 Audition Dates

Saturday, Feb. 16
Saturday, March 2

Please contact Joan Brummer at (859) 572-5902 with any questions.

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study abroad

STUDY ABROAD

Each year, more and more NKU undergraduates, graduate students, student teachers, and faculty are getting involved in studying, interning, working, and volunteering abroad.

Please select an option below to learn more about available programs.

Note that all programs listed are approved by the Office of Education Abroad. If you'd like to propose a program that is not listed here, please contact Anne Perry to discuss the approval process.

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contact us

MUSIC OFFICE

Northern Kentucky University
Fine Arts Center 312
Nunn Drive
Highland Heights, KY 41099
(859) 572-5421

MUSIC PROGRAM HEAD

Brad McCombs
FA 312C
mccombsr1@nku.edu | (859) 572-5562

MUSIC ADVISOR

Joan Brummer
FA 337
brummerj1@nku.edu | (859) 572-5902

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