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Chicago,IL 60607
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DEGREES OFFERED
Bachelor of Arts in Music

Bachelor of Music in Performance

Bachelor of Music in Jazz Studies

Bachelor of Arts in Music Business


Beyond the core courses, each of the degrees adds more focused courses in arranging, literature, and history. The Performance degree offers opportunities for study in piano, voice, orchestral and band instruments with some of Chicago’s most outstanding artist-teachers. For those who qualify for Jazz Studies, the program provides private study and small ensemble work with leading Chicago jazz artists. In order to be fully considered for Performance or Jazz Studies, students must perform an audition for UIC Faculty.

Notable Alumni Include:

Faculty Info: Michael J Anderson, Denis Azabagic, Andy Baker, Elbio Rodriguez Barilari, Ivana Bukvich, Jennifer Cappelli, Nicholas Carlson, J. Ricardo Castañeda, Gene Collerd, Robert DiFazio, Theodore Edel, Michael Espinosa, Yayoi Uno Everett, John Floeter, Victor Garcia, Mariana Gariazzo, John Gaudette, Klaus Georg, Amos Gillespie, Victor Rafael Gonzalez, Charles "Rick" Heath IV, Hai Tao Huang, David Inmon, Jordan Kamps, William Kaplan, Kitty Karn, Ben Kenis, Julie Koidin, Paula Kosower, Kelly Langenberg, Claudia Lasareff-Mironoff, Andrew Lewis, Jordan Lulloff, Chris Madsen, James McNally, Marc Mellits, Eugenia Moliner, Daniel G Murphy, Felton Offard, Amy Pickering, Ruth Emily Rosenberg, Harris S Saunders, Michael Stryker, Scott Tegge, Zvonimir Tot, Cheryl Wilson.

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