Passionate about music?
Earn your B.A. from Trinity
Music is a fundamental expression of who we are as humans. The music department at Trinity seeks to teach our students to be skilled performers of music, discriminating listeners, and inspiring leaders and teachers.
Majoring in music may be the right path for you if you wish to pursue a career in music or graduate study outside the realm of education. A music degree will prepare you for a career as a performer, private studio music teacher, music ensemble director, church musician, worship leader, studio musician, arranger, composer, music editor, arts administrator, music librarian, or music journalist, among many other options.
You will intensify your understanding of music through courses in music history, theory, conducting, and through participation in music ensembles. You also have the opportunity to pursue private lessons in voice, piano, and all orchestral instruments. As a Trinity student, you will reap the benefits of learning in Trinity’s Ozinga Chapel, which is equipped with outstanding music resources, including a recital hall, rehearsal space, individual practice rooms, and a music computer lab.