Talent is God's gift to us. Developing skill is our gift back to God. Scripture is filled with examples of individuals who worked diligently to perfect their musical skills. They achieved positions of leadership and fulfilled God's purpose by becoming accomplished musicians.
Music is a high calling
Music enriches our lives, cheers our darkest days, stirs our emotions, and stimulates our intellect. Music shapes our culture. Our world needs skillful musicians, men and women who can compose wisely and perform well. The Registrar's Guide to Typical Programs and Checksheets will give you a road map to your degree.
Depth and breadth
Huntington University offers exceptional music training within the context of a rich liberal-arts education. We will help you develop as a musician and a scholar, and ultimately, expand the depth and breadth of your creative energy and expression for the glory of God.
Many options, many careers
The Music Department offers majors in
- Music Business
- Choral Music Education
- Instrumental Music Education
- Instrumental Performance
- Piano Performance
- Vocal Performance
In addition, we collaborate with the Ministry and Missions Department to offer both a major and a minor in worship leadership.
James and the Giant Peach - 2016 Summer Youth Camp (click here for brochure)
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We invite you to experience Art, Fusion Media, Theatre, Animation, Music and Film at HU!
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What makes HU's Music Department special? Check out what our students have to say!
14 weeks. 16 credits. All music, all the time. The video (provided by BestSemester's Contemporary Music Center) says it all!
Huntington University has landed the number three spot on CollegeandSeminary.com’s Top 50 Christian Colleges for Artists and Musicians ranking. This ranking is a welcome nod to the wide variety of program options within HU's art and music department.
“We are proud of the wide variety of options we offer to students interested in the arts,” said Dr. Lance Clark, division chair for Visual and Performing Arts and professor of DMA Film and Communications. “Any student interested in the…
After countless hours of tickling the ivories in the Huntington University practice rooms, Kimberly Dreisbach found herself at the other end of the piano bench. Kimberly, a 2001 Huntington University graduate, studied Piano Pedagogy at the University of Oklahoma for her doctoral degree. She now teaches group piano and piano pedagogy at Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green,…
Eric Clancy started out in music as a mostly self-taught pianist. Later, he received instruction in harmony and composition from George Rickton, a student of Allan Reuss who played with Benny Goodman and Duke Ellington.