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Prominent teaching artists in the College of Musical Arts specialize in all instrumental areas and their students are drawn to BGSU from locations all over the world. Area activities include studio lessons, chamber ensembles, recitals, studio seminars and frequent lectures and coachings. Students are encouraged to study music of all historical periods, including Baroque, Classical, Romantic and Contemporary literature.

About the Woodwind Area

The goal of the woodwind faculty at BGSU is to help students grow as musicians and perform to the best of their ability, regardless of their chosen degree program. Throughout their course of study, woodwind students develop their skills by attending weekly lessons and master classes with studio teachers, workshops and recitals with visiting artists and frequent departmental recitals. In addition to the one-on-one attention given by studio teachers, woodwind students give numerous public performances each term including orchestra, band and smaller chamber music ensembles.

About the Brass/Percussion Area

The goal of the Brass/Percussion faculty at BGSU is to help students grow as musicians and perform to the best of their ability, regardless of their chosen degree program. Throughout their course of study, Brass/Percussion students develop their skills by attending weekly lessons and master classes with studio teachers, workshops and recitals with visiting artists and frequent departmental recitals. In addition to the one-on-one attention given by studio teachers, brass and percussion students give numerous public performances each term including orchestra, band and smaller chamber music ensembles.

About the Strings Area

The goal of the strings faculty at BGSU is to help students grow as musicians and perform to the best of their ability, regardless of their chosen degree program. Throughout their course of study, strings students develop their skills by attending weekly lessons and master classes with studio teachers, workshops and recitals with visiting artists and frequent departmental recitals. In addition to the one-on-one attention given by studio teachers, strings students give numerous public performances each term including orchestra, band and smaller chamber music ensembles.