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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Owen Fine Arts Center, 6101 Bishop Boulevard, Dallas, Texas 75275, USA
PO Box 750356, Dallas, Texas 75275-0356, USA
Bachelor of Arts in Music. Four years. Studies in performance, music history, theory, aural skills. Bachelor of Music. Four years. Majors in performance (classical, opera), composition, music education (with choral and instrumental conducting), music therapy, wellness for musicians. Minors in songwriting, music industry. Combined Bachelor of Arts Music/Bachelor of Arts Computer Science. Four and a half years. Offered in co-operation with the School of Engineering and Applied Science.
Master of Arts/Master of Business Administration. In arts management, arts entrepreneurship. Master of Music. In performance, choral, band and orchestral conducting, composition, musicology, music education, sacred music, theory pedagogy.
Artist Diploma. A graduate program for exceptional performers and conductors.
A private non-sectarian university of Methodist heritage, founded in 1911. The Meadows School of the Arts comprises divisions of visual art, dance, theatre, journalism, cinema-television, music, advertising, art history and arts administration. The music division houses a number of fine performance spaces, including the 490-seat Caruth Auditorium and the 295-seat Bob Hope Theatre. Other facilities include 30 Steinway grand pianos, three harpsichords and eight pipe organs. The library includes the Jerry Bywaters Special Collection of music of the region. There is a Meadows Center for Instructional Technology in the Arts. The Meadows School holds workshops in a number of areas - instrument repair for the band director, Orff Schulwerk Levels I, II and III, Kodály certification training levels I, II, III, Dalcroze eurhythmics and institutes for young pianists and for piano teachers. The Meadows Young Artist Program targets exceptional string and piano players currently in high school, offering performance, theory, music history and aural training by faculty from the University which may count for credit at college. Member of the National Association of Schools of Music.