Colleges and Universities in Arlington

 

Number of Listings: 3


Tarrant County College | Southeast Campus - Fine Arts

  • 2100 Southeast Parkway, Arlington, TX 76018
  • (817) 515-3725 (817) 515-3100
  • Pert Durapau, Chairperson • Josue Munoz • Terry Ergish, Fine Arts Senior Secretary
  • Music Department Statistics
    • Year department established:
    • Undergraduate students: 0
    • Graduate students: 0
    • Doctoral students: 0
    • Full-time professors: 2
    • Part-time instructors: 12
    • Student-Teacher ratio: NA
    • Undergraduate degree hours needed: NA
    • (within major: NA;
    • within minor: NA)
    • Teaching certification: no
    • Internship required: no
    • Recording facility: no
    • Scholarships available: yes
  • Tarrant County College offers the following music scholarships: The Jim Barros Music Scholarship ($500 per semester); The Darlene Marks Scholarship ($500 per semester); The Robin and Ryan Snow Memorial Scholarship ($750 per semester); and the First Command Educational Foundation (FCEF) Scholarship ($1,500 per semester).
  • Scholarship coordinator and phone: Financial Aid Office (817) 515-4243
  • Accreditations/Affiliations: Affiliations: TMEA, TAMS
  • TCC is a complete university parallel leading to a major or minor in music. The emphasis is on performance, though all courses lead to a music education degree as well. In addition, we offer MIDI and Notation software as a main component of the program. The various ensembles are well known throughout the North Texas area and actively participate in several tours each year. In fact, the college choir performed at Carnegie Hall in March of 2006. To participate in an ensemble, one does not need to be music major, but some do require an audition. All instruments and voice types are taught.
  • College Choir, Madrigal Singers, College Band, Jazz Band, College Orchestra. Contact Jay Adkinsat (817) 515-3718.
  • C.A. Roberson Theatre, capacity 270, The Commens, capacity 100, North Ballroom, capacity 400
  • Overall enrollment: NA
  • Typical undergraduate tuition:


University of Texas at Arlington | Department of Music

  • Box 19105, Arlington, TX 76019-0105
  • (817) 272-3471 (817) 272-2447
  • Dr. Rick Bogard, Chairman
  • Website
  • Music Department Statistics
    • Year department established: 1970
    • Undergraduate students: 312
    • Graduate students: 30
    • Doctoral students: 0
    • Full-time professors: 27
    • Part-time instructors: 23
    • Student-Teacher ratio:
    • Undergraduate degree hours needed: 137
    • (within major: 36;
    • within minor: 18)
    • Teaching certification: yes
    • Internship required: no
    • Recording facility: yes
    • Scholarships available: yes
  • Scholarships are awarded each year for participation in ensembles based on competitive auditions. In some cases, you need not be a music major to earn a scholarship to perform in concert bands, jazz bands, orchestra or choirs.
  • Scholarship coordinator and phone: Dr. Rick Bogard (817) 272-3471
  • Accreditations/Affiliations: Affiliations: National Association of Schools of Music • Texas Association of Music Schools • Texas Music Educators Association
  • The University of Texas at Arlington Music Department offers a Masters of Music in Music Education, Masters of Music in Performance, a Certificate in Keyboard Performance, as well as Bachelor of Music Degrees with Teacher Certification (all-level, secondary), Performance, Theory/Composition, Jazz Studies, Music/Business, Music/Theater, and Music/Media. The music building houses a variety of large and small classrooms, rehearsal areas and practice facilities; a recording studio and MIDI lab; and the Irons Recital Hall with two Steinway pianos and a Casavant organ. The University is located midway between Fort Worth and Dallas in an artistically active metropolitan area.
  • Performance opportunities include A Cappella Choir, University Singers, Wind Ensemble, Concert Band, University Band, Marching Band, UTA Symphony Orchestra, UTA Jazz Orchestra, Jazz Ensemble, and Opera Workshop, in addition to brass, woodwind, percussion, vocal jazz, trombone, and saxophone choirs, ensembles, string quartets, viola ensemble and a cello ensemble. Director of Choral Studies is Dr. Karen Kenaston-French 817/272-2435; Area Coordinator of the Wind and Percussion Division is Dr. Douglas Stotter 817-272-2442; Coordinator of the Orchestra/Stings Division is Dr. Clif Evans 817-272-5027; Coordinator of Jazz Division is Tim Ishii 817-272-1205.
  • Performance facilities include the Music Department's Irons Recital Hall in the Fine Arts Building (380 seats) and Texas Hall (2,709 seats -- Director is Sharon Carey, 817-272-3331).
  • Overall enrollment: 32956
  • Typical undergraduate tuition: $4,250
  • Genre: Classical


University of Texas at Arlington | Human Performance Institute, Electrical and Biomedical Engineering

  • UTA Box 19105, Arlington, TX 76019-0180
  • (817) 272-2249
  • Dr. Khosrow Behbehani, Chairman
  • Website
  • Music Department Statistics
    • Year department established: 1986
    • Undergraduate students: 0
    • Graduate students: 0
    • Doctoral students: 0
    • Full-time professors: 2
    • Part-time instructors: 3
    • Student-Teacher ratio:
    • Undergraduate degree hours needed: NA
    • (within major: NA;
    • within minor: NA)
    • Teaching certification: no
    • Internship required: no
    • Recording facility: no
    • Scholarships available: no
  • The Human Performance Institute is dedicated to the multidisciplinary study of human-task interfaces. With the University of North Texas, one focus is musician education and health (i.e., occupational related injuries). We are investigating different low-level performance resources (such as finger speeds, pitch discrimination, memory, etc.), and how each contributes to the quality or level of musical performance. Performance resource availability can increase through training or decrease through injury or aging. Models are being developed to map changes in the measured availability to a change in overall "music performance capacity" and ultimately assist a performer to improve musical performance and also reduce risk of injury. Currently we have a limited ability to provide individualized performance resource profile assessments and are carrying out research concerning measurement and evaluation of injuries sustained through musical activities, as well as their prevention.
  • Overall enrollment:
  • Typical undergraduate tuition:



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