The University of St. Thomas

Music

About Us

About Us

About Us

If music is an integral part of your life, you may be seeking a college that will nurture your talents and foster new musical interests. Studying music at the University of St. Thomas gives you the best of both worlds - first-class musical instruction within a broad-based, liberal arts tradition. You'll study with some of the finest music faculty in the country and graduate with a solid knowledge of music performance techniques, history, literature and pedagogy. And you'll have a liberal arts background that will prepare you for future success.

Whether preparing you for a musical career or enriching your artistic side as a non-major, St. Thomas provides the education and experience you seek. The fine reputation of the Department of Music, blended with the vibrant artistic life of the Twin Cities, makes St. Thomas a top choice for music students from around the country. The world of music is a competitive place, and to be successful you need a thorough education. St. Thomas is as serious as you are about preparation. Check out our website, visit our campus and apply to our program. Soon, you may join our impressive list of alumni.

 

 

The University of St. Thomas Department of Music is fully accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music.

 

The Twin Cities Art Scene

The Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul offer countless cultural venues and are home to the Minnesota Orchestra, St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, Minnesota Opera, Guthrie Theater, Children’s Theater, the Schubert Club, Minnesota Contemporary Ensemble, Ordway Center for the performing Arts, Northrop Dance Series, Minnesota Museum of American Art, Science Museum of Minnesota, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis Institute of Arts and the Hennepin Theatre District. The Twin Cities also feature some of the finest church music programs in the country as well as a flourishing jazz and popular music scene.

 

The Twin Cities Arts Scene

The Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul offer countless cultural venues and are home to the Minnesota Orchestra, St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, Minnesota Opera, Guthrie Theater, Children’s Theater, the Schubert Club, Minnesota Contemporary Ensemble, Ordway Center for the performing Arts, Northrop Dance Series, Minnesota Museum of American Art, Science Museum of Minnesota, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis Institute of Arts and the Hennepin Theatre District. The Twin Cities also feature some of the finest church music programs in the country as well as a flourishing jazz and popular music scene.