Department of Music Linda Berry Stein College of Fine Arts
Division of Music
Linda Berry Stein College of Fine Arts
2800 University Blvd N
Jacksonville, FL 32211
Personalized Attention. Professional Preparation. Innovative Programs.
With a distinguished faculty of professional performing artists and scholars, a low student-teacher ratio, generous talent scholarships, and outstanding performance facilities, JU is the perfect place for you to focus and refine your skills while deepening your appreciation for music — all in the context of a selective, private, and comprehensive liberal arts university.
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The Jacksonville University Singers and students of the Jacksonville University Dance Program performed Veljo Tormis's iconic protest work "Raua Needmine" (Curse Upon Iron) for the Jacksonville TEDx Conference at the Florida Theatre on October 19.
Congratulations to Tyler Chaney and Bryce Rothermel who were selected for the Florida All-State Intercollegiate Band and performed at the 2020 FMEA Convention in the Tampa Convention Center.
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Jacksonville University is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM).
The Division of Music at Jacksonville University fosters a community of engaged performers, pedagogues and entrepreneurs within the framework of the liberal arts setting. Our students and faculty are critical thinkers, collaborative artists and community ambassadors. We prepare our students (pre-professionals) for life long success in the evolving field of music in the 21st Century.
The Music Division at Jacksonville University will be a leading music program among its peer institutions distinguished by the depth and breadth of its innovative programs.
Division of Music
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Office of Admission
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