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.
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14 weeks. 16 credits. All music, all the time. The video (provided by BestSemester's Contemporary Music Center) says it all!
Huntington University’s Music Department will host its first two-day piano camp from July 17 to July 18. The camp runs from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and it opens to students age 7 to 18. Students from all piano proficiency levels are welcome to attend the camp. Camp participants will stay at the camp for a total of six hours. To attend, campers must fill out a registration form and pay a $60 tuition fee. Students must bring one polished piece for the recital and one or more...
By the time she was in third grade, Katey Smith had already sold her first piece of artwork. Her drawings and paintings made everyone believe she would someday become an artist. But during an elementary school music program, Smith, a 2003 Huntington University alumna, belted out “Who Needs Love,” a song from a children’s musical. It was then that it became obvious she was born...
John Gardner attended the University of Kentucky on full scholarship. During those four years, he was winner of the School of Music's Concerto Competition, student conductor of the Concert Band, president of Phi Mu Alpha Honorary Music Fraternity and principle clarinet in the University Orchestra.