Voice

DePauw University's vocal area is the largest within the School of Music. Currently there are 50-70 students enrolled in one of the degree programs.

All voice faculty are active members of National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS), recitalists, clinicians, and judges for state and regional competitions. Voice majors routinely compete and place in annual State and Regional NATS competitions, as well as other regional and national contests and auditions.

The voice professors and choral conductor teach all applied voice lessons, voice classes, workshops, and ensembles.

Degree Options

Bachelor of Music

Bachelor of Music with a Second Major

Bachelor of Music with an Emphasis in Business

5-Year Double Degree: Bachelor Music and Bachelor of Arts

Bachelor of Musical Arts

Bachelor of Musical Arts with a Second Major

Bachelor of Musical Arts with an Emphasis in Business

Bachelor of Music Education – Vocal/General

Bachelor of Arts – Major in Music (College of Liberal Arts)

Opportunities

There are a variety of opportunities for voice majors. Students participate in either the DePauw University Choir or DePauw Chamber Singers. Students may choose to audition for the fully-staged musical theatre and opera productions, participate in the opera and musical theatre scenes courses, and audition for the yearly concerto competition.

Master Classes

Master teachers are invited to campus to work with DePauw voice students in various instructional and performance settings.. Recent clinicians include Jason Robert Brown, Nathan Gunn, Elly Ameling, Paulette Herbich, Leonard Hokanson, Stephen Salters, and Benita Valente.

Off-Campus Study

There are opportunity for both international and domestic off-campus study. Locations recently selected include Vienna, Milan, Paris, London, Dresden, New York, Philadelphia, and Florence.

Voice and Choral Faculty