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Is music part of who you are? Develop your lifelong passion for music in a vibrant intellectual and artistic community where you collaborate, create, lead and learn how music connects with life, culture and careers. Become a musician prepared to perform, educate, conduct, arrange, compose and write about music.

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As a music major at Linfield

you might take:

Musicianship I

Develop essential musicianship skills in hearing, sight-singing, notation, theory, improvisation, keyboard playing and analysis. (MUSC 210)


Explore the craft of songwriting by composing/performing original music and lyrics, and examine the role of song as an expression of modern life. (MUSC 212)

Ensemble Education

Collaborate and perform ensemble music from classical to contemporary styles alongside professional mentor musicians. (MUSC 120)

Studying music at Linfield

Learning Outcomes

  • Develop musicianship skills that will serve to instill a lifelong appreciation of music. You will create, perceive, conceptualize and collaborate.

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  • Investigate the role and significance of music in history and explore its intersection with other cultures and disciplines from a variety of perspectives.

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  • With faculty guidance, complete a capstone project tailored appropriately to the student’s area/s of interest and specialization.

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Intern in all areas of music

Internships provide invaluable hands-on experience and further develop your professional skills. Some companies where music majors at Linfield have found internship placements include:

  • Aquilon Music Festival
  • Choir Tour Coordinator

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Have questions about studying music at Linfield? Reach out! We'd love to connect with you.

portrait of Anton Belov
Anton Belov
Department Chair and Associate Professor
Vivian Bull Music Center