Fine and Performing Arts Day: November 9, 2018
This special fall event will introduces high school students to careers in the arts. Learn about our Theatre, Music, Art and Arts Administration programs. Whether your goal is to major in the arts or to participate in campus art and performance activities while majoring in another field, this is a day full of fine and performing arts related activities.
Music Auditions & Activity Grants
Activity Grants are available to all full-time students, in all disciplines, registered for at least 12 semester hours credit during the fall and spring semesters, making satisfactory progress toward a degree.
Auditions must be scheduled by January 31, 2019.
Music Alumni Project
We want to find out where our music alumni are and what they are doing. Please follow the link below and fill out the form (it only takes a few minutes). Thank you for helping us.
The Department of Music offers the following degrees:
- Bachelor of Music Education
- Bachelor of Music Therapy
- Bachelor of Arts in Music with studies in all performance instruments, voice, and composition
Drury's music graduates have a 93% placement rate immediately upon graduation - either in a job that requires a bachelor's degree or being accepted into graduate school. The Department is one of the fastest growing music departments in the region, growing from 17 majors in 2000 to 85 majors in 2014. As an integral part of the liberal arts tradition of Drury, more than 400 Drury students take music classes, perform in music ensembles or take individual music lessons every semester.
Drury University is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM). Additionally, the music therapy program is accredited by the American Music Therapy Association (AMTA), and the music education program is accredited by the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) and the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE).