Master of Music in Performance
Expand on your musical achievements or gain advanced skills to teach in the performing arts with a Master of Music in Performance in Temple University’s Boyer College of Music and Dance. The program offers an in-depth study of the history and theory of music and performance across 17 specialized concentrations, including voice.
Over the course of this multi-year degree, available on a full- or part-time basis, you’ll develop the expertise to execute or teach effective musical performance as a soloist or part of an ensemble. Much of the learning in this program is hands-on, as students are immersed in a host of ensembles and orchestral repertoires.
Students in this degree program receive individual instruction from Boyer’s award-winning faculty, comprised of members that have performed with the
- Chamber Music Orchestra of Philadelphia,
- Delaware Symphony Orchestra,
- Philadelphia Orchestra,
- The Opera Company of Philadelphia, and
- Pennsylvania Ballet, in addition to other notable orchestras and symphonies.
Through this connection, there are opportunities for students to participate in various internships and advanced study in real-world environments. Additionally, the department is chaired by Terell Stafford, an acclaimed trumpeter who has performed at distinguished institutions such as the Kennedy Center and Lincoln Center.