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Curriculum

 

The UCLA voice faculty recognizes that today's emerging singers must be expertly trained in a healthy vocal technique that will carry them through decades of successful professional singing, as well as a wide spectrum of performance repertoire. Special attention is paid to ensuring all students graduate with the technical and stylistic facility necessary to perform operatic roles and arias, art songs in at least 6 languages, and oratorio, early music, and symphonic solo repertoire. UCLA's Voice program also offers training and performance experience in musical theater repertoire, and occasionally accepts exceptionally gifted "legit Broadway" singers as Voice Performance majors with an emphasis in Musical Theater.

Information on required curriculum for undergraduate performance students may be found by CLICKING HERE. . Information regarding required graduate performance student requirements for both the MM and DMA degree may be found by CLICKING HERE.

In addition to regular coursework, all graduate students of vocal performance must demonstrate either by coursework or by departmental examination a reading knowledge of German, French, or Italian. D.M.A. students must demonstrate a reading knowledge of two of these languages.