Have Students Who Love Music? Consider Ball State.
Monday, October 03, 2016

Have Students Who Love Music? Consider Ball State.

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Music pumps us up, and winds us down.
It’s the rhythm we set as we plod through a hard run,
And the tinkling laughter of our loved ones.

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Whether your students aspire to a musical career, or they simply love music and the camaraderie it brings, Ball State University has what they need.

Music for All is proud to have Ball State University as a Corporate Sponsor, and host of our Music for All Summer Symposium, presented by Yamaha, each June.

Consider the 65-member Ball State Symphony Orchestra, which routinely sends members to play with the local, professional Muncie Symphony Orchestra. Or if your students prefer a raucous route, the “Pride of Mid-America” Marching Band and Ball State Basketball Band are among beloved options that will get their blood pumping.

Students can audition for a spot with the Ball State University Singers, Indiana’s Official Goodwill Ambassadors, so named by the Indiana General Assembly. Or join the Statesmen or Women’s Chorus, open to any singer, no audition required.

In all, there are more than a dozen performance groups for Ball State students.

For students who see a career in music as their life’s chosen path, the School of Music offers five majors and eight minors for undergraduates, plus two master’s degrees, a doctor of arts, and an artist diploma. Bachelor’s degree programs require auditions, in addition to applying to the university. Students have until January 6, 2017, to reserve an audition and can find guidelines at bsu.edu/music/auditions.

At Ball State, students can get involved, feed their spirit, fuel their imagination, and set that journey to music.

Learn more by visiting bsu.edu/music or call 765-285-5400.

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