Why Earn a Degree in Voice Performance at PBA?
Hands-on performing experience, specialized singing classes in vocal pedagogy, and French and German language classes are a few of the reasons why you will be adequately prepared for a successful career in the arts. PBA’s music program is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music.
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What Can I Do With This Degree?
Upon graduation, you have the option of continuing to graduate school to further develop your voice. Or, if you decide to begin your career, possibilities include:
- Auditioning for regional opera companies
- Leading music ministries
- Participating in community choruses
- Seeking opportunities as a soloist
- Teaching private lessons
The College of the Arts includes Communication, Art & Media studies, and Performing Arts studies. Together they embrace a diverse group of disciplines that emphasize artistic expression, arts advocacy, redemptive storytelling, and transformational experiences. The fundamental strengths of each department are based upon innovative and critical thinking, historical and cultural awareness, a thorough examination of the creative process, and core Christian values.
We are connected to artists who through the centuries made tremendous sacrifices so the message of the arts could be passed from generation to generation. We are aligned with, and an extension of, those individuals. Our calling is significant. We have been entrusted with the Arts for our generation and as cultural archivists the ensuing artistic creativity generated during this time will be restorative, authentic, and inspiring.
Learn more about your classes and requirements in the course catalog.
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