Inspire. Instruct. Create.
Music Education: Choral Program
Study music education at NGU and learn to inspire others through the world of music.
For the Love of Music
Inspire others to expand their musical talents. Encourage them to explore the world of music like never before. That’s your future in music education.
Private tutor or elementary music teacher. Band/choral/orchestra director. Early childhood music specialist or children’s ministry worker. Church worship leader or music missionary. Use your love of music and passion for teaching in countless incredible ways.
Experience Learning as You Compose, Practice, Perform, and Perfect
Bands & Ensembles
You want choices? We’ve got them! Marching band in the fall. Pep band in the spring. Concert choir, jazz band, and a wide array of ensembles throughout the year. Whatever your passion, pursue it at NGU.
Compose or Perform (or Both!)
Compose works for public premieres and receive helpful feedback to grow as an artist. Refine your skills and showcase your talents in over 40 performances each year. From chamber and ensemble performances to student and faculty recitals, there’s something for everyone.
Work Studies for Every Level of Experience
Assist ensemble conductors as they prepare for rehearsals. Facilitate guest performances. Even advise younger musicians in their journey. Put your talent to good use for others.
Plenty of Space to Find Your Place
You need time and space to practice. Between Turner Chapel and the Hayes Fine Arts Center, enjoy access to over two dozen spaces designed for you to learn, practice, and perfect your craft.
Music Beside Experienced & Faithful Musicians
Study Music Education – One Note at a Time
Elevate Your Perspective
You’ll also take Chapel every semester, and Cultural Events for the first four semesters. You earn credit through attendance, and each course counts as half a credit. This is the NGU difference, how you find your peak performance and elevate your perspective, intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually.
Stories that Started Here
Caleb Ruppe ’15
I credit NGU for preparing me for every life and career adventure that I have had the opportunity to face.
Grace Watson ’18
Some of her fondest memories of NGU comes from hanging out with fellow music majors in ‘The Music Lobby’ of the Cline School of Music.