DENTON (UNT), Texas -- It’s a year of milestones for University of North Texas Regents Professor of Double Bass Jeff Bradetich. His treasured bass turned 250 years old this year; he celebrated his 60th birthday – 50 of those years have been dedicated to playing bass; he marked 30 years of honing the skills of talented musicians in his summer strings institute; his foundation just celebrated its first decade; and now he plans to commemorate it all by performing at Carnegie Hall 35 years – almost to the day – after his debut in the prestigious venue.
The Graduate Artist Certificate in Music Performance is a non-degree program providing an intensive, two-year period of post-baccalaureate study in music performance. It is intended for exceptionally gifted and accomplished performers seeking professional performing careers, but not wishing to engage in academic studies required for a graduate degree program.
Applicants must follow the admission process outlined here http://music.unt.edu/admissions/graduate.
Our Ph.D. with a Major in Music program offers concentrations in Composition, Ethnomusicology, Musicology, Performing Arts Health, or Theory.
Our Master of Arts with a Major in Music program offers concentrations in Composition, Ethnomusicology, Musicology, Musicology Early Music Performance, or Theory.
The admission process for conducting applicants will consist of two stages. The materials outlined below are to be submitted by the first Monday in December to the College of Music, Office of Admissions/Auditions.