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Set the Stage
for Success

Students in UNT's Symphony Orchestra rehearse and perform regularly in our beautiful Winspear Hall.

Set the Stage for Success

Acclaimed and dedicated faculty

In the classroom and on the stage, our students work closely with our faculty, which includes a winner of the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, as well as soloists with world-renowned opera companies and symphony orchestras. Our acclaimed faculty is dedicated to providing you an excellent education through private lessons, large and small ensembles and highly interactive classes.

Learn more about our faculty.

Facilities for practice and performance

At UNT, there are more than 300 practice rooms, numerous classrooms, rehearsal spaces and computer labs in which you can develop your skills. The centerpiece of musical activity is the Murchison Performing Arts Center, which features state-of-the-art lighting and excellent acoustics. Many of the performances at the Murchison are broadcast to a worldwide audience through live streaming technology.

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Guest artists offer new perspectives

Work with renowned guests and gain new insight from performers, composers, scholars and researchers brought to campus for residencies, master classes and lectures. Past artists include saxophonist Walt Weiskopf, jazz legend Dave Brubeck, theorist Allen Forte and violinist Pinchas Zukerman.

Discover the international language of music

Visit Hungary to participate in workshops at the Kodaly Institute, study Ghanaian music and culture in country, spend a semester studying jazz in Stockholm at the Royal College of Music — these are just a few of the life-changing opportunities available through our Study Abroad program.

Martin Clark

“UNT’s voice faculty is my second family. My private voice teacher is like my parent and the other faculty members are like supportive aunts and uncles who are eager to see me succeed. By coaching me on diction, encouraging me and imparting wisdom, the entire voice faculty has had a positive impact on me.”

Martin Clark

Vocal Performance student