Considered as a pre-baccalaureate course program concentrates heavily on performance and musicianship, as was the practice when the College of Music was still the Conservatory of Music. Passing the UPCAT is not a requirement, but applicants must pass the music theory examination and talent audition. The choice of major areas is much wider than that in the CM: piano, voice, strings, woodwinds, brasswinds, percussion, conducting (band or choral), dance, Asian music, composition, and music education. Graduates may proceed to the BM program. Public recitals are required for the course.
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