Our undergraduate piano program aims to raise highly skilled and qualified professional players equipped with a broad knowledge on music history and theories.
Master music history and theories
Encourage students to meet the requirements for professional piano performers by learning music theories including the history of western music, counterpoint, accompaniment, and harmony.
Refine piano techniques
Encourage students to develop excellent piano playing skills needed for various types of performances such as, solos, chambers, accompaniments, and others.
Cultivate vocational ethics of a professional
Cultivate students’ abilities, adaptabilities, and vocational ethics of a professional player which are necessary for various fields like chamber orchestras, music education, and so on.
Vocal Music Program
Our vocal music program aims to cultivate students' musical talents, enhance theoretical and practical skills, and foster competent singers and music teachers who have both theoretical and practical competence through diverse performance experiences.
Cultivate qualified professional vocal performers through the study of music theory and various cultures
Cultivate qualified professional vocal performers through the study of music theory and various cultures by offering comprehensive studies of western music and languages, a systematic approach to music theory, practical lessons of oratorio and opera, voice training, and acting lessons.
Broaden students’ musical horizon through providing a lot of stage experience
Broaden students’ musical horizon through a lot of stage experience such as, regular performances, operas, and solo recitals offered at the College of Music.
Support the advancement of students into a wide range of careers
Comprehensive educational programs on ensemble, conducting techniques and modern music are provided to students in order to support the advancement of students into a wide range of career path after graduation.
Instrumental Music Program
Our Instrumental Music program fosters excellent musicians with outstanding playing skills, theoretical competence in music analysis and orchestration, and a clear vocational ethics necessary for a professional.
Excellent training in various performance styles such as chamber orchestras, symphony orchestras, and solo recitals.
Master music theories related to orchestral music such as counterpoint, orchestration, and music analysis.
Cultivate vocational ethics required for professional musicians and the adaptability required in various fields such as, chamber orchestras and symphony orchestras.
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