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Fall Visitation Day – Monday, October 11, 2021
It is essential to find the right fit as you consider your choice of where to pursue your future music studies, and we understand that it is difficult to get a real feel for a place by just viewing it online. If you are currently a high school junior or senior, or a college transfer student, we invite you to the Shepherd University School of Music Fall Visitation Day on Monday, October 11, 2021. On this day, you will attend classes, meet the music faculty and current students, visit with representatives from the Admissions Office, hear ensemble rehearsals and performances, have lunch in the Dining Hall and take a guided campus tour. It will be an opportunity for students to live a “day in the life” of a Shepherd University music student and learn about the audition and application process. Interested parents are also welcome to attend Visitation Day. There is no charge to participate in this event. Please complete the Visitation Day registration form.
Please note that Shepherd University is requiring all students, employees, and visitors/guests coming to campus to fill out the appropriate Daily Health Check form. You will be required to take your temperature as part of the form process, and you will be asked about any recent COVID-19 testing, exposure to COVID-19 positive persons, and any symptoms you may be experiencing. In addition to the current statewide order of wearing a mask, our campus community has made the commitment to require and enforce the use of face coverings and social distancing.
Learn more about Shepherd University from our Admissions office
Meet Our Faculty
Schedule a complimentary virtual private lesson
Enjoy a recent Jazz Faculty concert
Listen to our ensemble directors discuss how we are making music right now
Singing Success: lessons for young singers and choral directors
“How to make a voice audition video,” Dr. Rachel Carlson
“Posture for Singing,” Dr. Rob Tudor
“Breath Management,” Kathleen Bell
“How to Breathe in for Singing,” Brooke Evers
“Placement,” Dr. Bobb Robinson