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Northern Illinois University School of Music


Paul D. Bauer, Director


Study with an extraordinary faculty of artists and scholars, including the Avalon String Quartet, artists-in- residence.


Beautiful, modern music building with its own library, classrooms •125 practice rooms–many with Steinway grand pianos • spacious instrumental and choral rehearsal rooms, recital hall • Boutell Memorial Concert Hall • ensemble rehearsal rooms • electronic & computer music studios, recording studios


Approximately 400 undergraduate and graduate music majors


Degree programs include • Bachelor of Music with a variety of areas of study • Bachelor of Arts • Master of Music with a full complement of majors • Performer’s Certificate in Music • Individualized degree programs for graduate students interested in nontraditional courses of study


• Summer Master of Music in Music Education program Ensembles include


orchestra, three choirs, three concert bands and marching band, jazz ensembles, early music ensemble, opera workshop, chamber music ensembles, percussion ensembles, steel bands, Javanese and Balinese gamelans, tabla, West African drumming, and others • Graduate string quartet-in-residence program • Graduate brass and woodwind quintets-in-residence program • Graduate jazz combo-in-residence program • Nationally recognized program in Jazz Studies


For detailed information about auditions, financial aid, and admissions please contact:


Lynn Slater, Coordinator of Admissions School of Music


Northern Illinois University DeKalb, Illinois 60115-2889


Northern Illinois University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution. Printed by authority of the State of Illinois. www.niu.edu 4/07 P127


(815) 753-1546 lslater@niu.edu


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