Music is a passion. Whether you have a passion for sharing it, creating it, or teaching it, you’ll find support and guidance within Heidelberg’s School of Music and Theatre.
Whether you want to teach, perform, create, or inspire, Heidelberg is the place for music. All music majors receive free private lessons, recital opportunities, and the ability to interact with visiting professional musicians. You’ll be mentored by an experienced faculty musician and gain experience by participating in a wide variety of ensembles.
There are two paths you can take here at Heidelberg:
• A Bachelor of Arts degree in music. You select an emphasis in either traditional music or popular music.
• A Bachelor of Music degree. You select one of our three majors: music education, performance, and composition and theory.
At Heidelberg, you’ll have the opportunity to join major ensembles your first year. Our vocal groups include the Concert Choir, University-Community Chorus, Chamber Singers, and Singing Collegians Show Choir. Our instrumental groups include the Symphonic Band, Athletic Band, Jazz Band, and small specialized ensembles. Learn more about our ensembles.
Meet the Faculty
Our students say the best part of Heidelberg is working with their professors. Meet the faculty of this department.
- High School Band Teacher
- Music Therapist
- Opera Performer
- Film Composer
- Recording Company Owner
Below is a sampling of courses offered in the School of Music and Theatre
- Vocal Pedagogy
- Marching Band Techniques
- Audio Recording and Production
- Opera and Musical Theatre
- American Jazz
For a more detailed academic schedule, or to ask questions about any of our majors, contact the Admission Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 419-448-2330.
Joining the Program
After you decide Heidelberg is the place for you, and you've been accepted by the admission office, you can audition for the School of Music and Theatre. All students interested in majoring in music and those interested in participating in ensembles need to complete an audition.