The Minor in Music Performance is designed for students who wish to enhance their skills as performing artists while working towards degrees in other fields. Music Performance minors participate in ensembles, receive private lessons, and take introductory courses in musicianship, as well as LBST 1103, which can also be used to satisfy a General Education requirement. The total unit requirement for the Minor in Music Performance is 18 credit hours. For specific requirements, refer to the Department of Music Student Handbook.
Interested students should contact the Performing Arts Academic Advisor as soon as possible for advising. Students interested in pursuing this minor must audition through the Department of Music (see the “Future Students” link at music.uncc.edu for details).
General Studies and Musicianship Courses (6 credit hours)
Select from extra semesters of Primary Ensembles listed above, extra semesters of Applied Music (space permitting) listed above, or from the following. Please note that some ensembles may require an audition.