Music is a vital part of life at Caldwell University. Being part of our music program is a great way to meet your fellow students and enjoy making many different kinds of music. Most importantly, the Caldwell music major offers you the opportunity to grow into your musical potential and work toward a career in music.
Music majors develop the necessary skills to perform as artists and teachers through a variety of courses and ensembles. Caldwell music courses include music theory and history, ear-training and conducting, as well as electives like Roots: The Origins of Swing, Rock and Hip Hop, Women in Music, Introduction to Computers in Music, Introduction to Music Industry and many others. There are many exciting performance opportunities for music majors as well as for music minors and other qualified student musicians. Caldwell music department ensembles include the marching band, wind ensemble, chorale, jazz ensemble, and the percussion ensemble.
For additional information about the Caldwell music program, contact Professor Rebecca Vega at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The department offers a B.A. in Music. This program of study is an excellent subject area for Elementary Education majors and for Secondary Education majors pursuing certification to teach grades K-12.