As a piano student at University of North Carolina School of the Arts you will be part of a renowned program that educates you to be a versatile artist, ready for the challenges and opportunities of today’s professional world. The intense course of study includes chamber music, large ensemble participation, the contemporary music ensemble, piano literature and pedagogy. The unique curriculum at UNCSA, with its high school through postgraduate programs, provides positive interaction between students of different experience levels. The program exposes you to a variety of instruments and music selections from different periods and from around the world.
The piano program at UNCSA offers a high school diploma, undergraduate Bachelor of Music degree, graduate Master of Music degree and post-graduate Performing Artist Certificate.
"Gold Medal Soloist" concert on Saturday, March 31 features Concerto Competition winners Andrew Hasher and Jacob Wang. Symphony Orchestra Music Director Christopher James Lees conducts.
Undergraduate students in the School of Music took top prizes in the Rosen-Schaffel Competition for Young and Emerging Artists and the Baltimore International Piano Competition.