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Department of Fine and Performing Arts

Music - FAQ

Yes, there are music scholarships for new and reentering students. Click here for details.

Yes, university students can take private lessons in instrumental and vocal instruction; however, there is an ;application process in order to be enrolled for private lessons.

Yes, you can. Simply sign up for the music ensemble of choice when you register for classes.

First, register online for the ensemble of your choice. Placement auditions for music ensembles are held during the first week of each semester. http://blogs.luc.edu/artsalive/portfolio/music-auditions/

Many of our courses count for the university core. For a complete list of Music courses that count toward your University Core Curriculum go to the core curriculum page and look under Knowledge Areas, Artistic Knowledge and Experience.

Some Music courses are in the category of "general education" classes, which are open to all students. You can also take random music courses as a non-music major or minor, but you must be cleared to register by the Director of Music, Charles Jurgensmeier, S.J., and may have to take theory and keyboard placement exams. All course prerequisites apply.

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Department of Fine and Performing Arts · 1032 W. Sheridan Road, Mundelein Center, Suite 1200, Chicago, IL 60660 · 773.508.7510 ·Fax: 773.508.7515 · dfpa@luc.edu

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