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Winston-Salem,NC 27101
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Bachelor of Arts in Music

Bachelor of Music in Performance (flute, guitar, organ, piano, voice)


The Salem College School of Music focuses on developing the whole musician. Building on a centuries-old legacy of excellence, it offers a healthful, stimulating environment in which a diverse student body obtains a unique blend of outstanding professional and liberal arts training. Through rigorous, nurturing, and personalized instruction, students are empowered to develop their unique talents to the fullest potential and to prepare themselves for the next step in their musical journey—graduate school, professional internships, international study, teaching and performing careers, or community leadership in the arts.

Notable Alumni Include:

Faculty Info: Barbara Lister-Sink, Timothy Olsen, Sonja Sepulveda, Amy Zigler, Susan Perkins, Jonathan Emmons, Debra Reuter-Pivetta, Donna Rothrock, Sam Taylor, Anna Lampidis, Regina Pozzi, Kristin Schwecke, Eileen Young, Evan Richey.

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