The Result.

Two new students at Convocation, August 2014.Our class sizes are small - often fewer than ten in a class - so we will know your name, your strengths, your hopes.  You will be expected to dig in, to venture into new ideas and processes, to embrace challenge.  Our faculty will make you think.  Within the intimate setting of Thompson House (our musical home), your vistas will be expanded! 

And then, after four years of undergraduate study, the next steps hit. A final degree recital.  The last projects.  Commencement. 

Webster helps you as you go forward too.  The connections that you've made here will feed a network of friends, associates, and opportunities.  Professors will write important letters of recommendation.  You'll be guided toward graduate study, or toward studio and school teaching.  We will help you with all the options out there.

Over four years of study, you will acquire a comprehensive skill set, then integrate elements of that skill set into your daily music-making.  As you demonstrate assimilation of this skill set, you will also demonstrate the ability to use this new knowledge to make choices, and to perform with an authentic, intelligent voice.

The lifetime of music-making . . . across and around the world . . . has just begun!


As you look at various music programs across the country, please do ask these questions and use this outline as a guide in decision-making.