Professional training and performance experience.
Music majors have the opportunity to study privately with some of the finest musicians in the Los Angeles area. Individual lessons are available in voice, piano, organ, percussion, composition, and all string, brass, and woodwind instruments. Solo performance opportunities are widely available.
Ensembles are open to all students (by audition) and include the Cal Lutheran Choir, Women's Chorale, University Symphony, Wind Ensemble, Jazz Improvisation Ensemble, Percussion Ensemble, and smaller chamber ensembles. The Cal Lutheran Choir and Wind Ensemble embark on frequent tours. Past trips have included Hawaii, England, and Scandinavia.
Performance, Composition, Music Education, Music Technology, Church Music, Musical Theatre
Career preparation is an important part of the student/faculty mentor relationship. While many music students continue on to graduate studies, careful advising and planning of course work have led Cal Lutheran graduates to successful careers teaching in public schools and universities, working in the church or in establishing their own private studios. Graduates have also become successful singers, instrumentalists and conductors throughout the country. Music related work is also available in industries such as media, advertising, arts management and in the exciting ever-changing film, television and recording industries.
- Northwestern University
- Stanford University
- Edgar Allen Recording Institute
- New York University
- Bureau of Ocean Energy Management
- European School of Music
- Morning Star Christian Church
- Mt. Cross Lutheran Church
- Music Reports, Inc.
- Newbury Park High School
- St Patrick's Episcopal Church
- Tell the Truth Pictures
- High School Choir Director
- Piano Teacher
- Music Director
- Sanctuary Choir Director
- Music Research Assistant
- Choir Accompanist