The Florida Southern Music program emphasizes applied music while providing a solid foundation in theory, music history, and piano proficiency.
Florida Southern’s music programs are accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music.
Continuing a tradition of more than fifty years, the Festival of Fine Arts season offers diverse and vibrant student events showcasing their talents.
Get personal attention from professors who are committed to each students' success.
Thought-provoking classes and inspiring professors will help you discover your calling and prepare for the challenges ahead in graduate and professional school, the workplace, and life.
As a student musician, you will enjoy practice rooms, a beautiful recital hall with Steinway Pianos, and our 1800-seat Branscomb Auditorium, one of the finest concert halls in North America.
Here, you’ll join a community where students and faculty work closely together.
Along with our Wind Ensemble, Symphony Band, and Jazz Ensemble, we have additional performance opportunities through numerous small ensembles that include:
Talent-based scholarships for students intending to pursue a music degree are available through audition.
In MUS 3386 Fundamental of Conducting, you’ll acquire basic conducting techniques to organize and conduct choral and instrumental ensembles.
Secondary education certified teachers enjoy the options and versatility that come with being able to teach students in grades ranging from K through 12.
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The Music Educators National Conference student chapter, which all interested music students are encouraged to join; Delta Omicron, an international professional fraternity open to music majors and minors, and Phi Mu Alpha, a music fraternity open to anyone with a professional interest in music regardless of major; and the Music Entertainment Industry Student Association, a national organization for students in the field of music management.
Chair of Music