MUSIC, DANCE AND THEATRE
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The Music, Dance and Theatre department at New Jersey City University brings together internationally recognized musicians, vocalists, composers, actors and dancers to provide students with a dynamic educational experience.
Our proximity to New York City makes NJCU the ideal place to study music, dance and theatre. Just minutes from symphony, ballet, opera, musical theatre, chamber music and jazz club venues, your education takes place on campus and off.
We offer major programs for undergraduates and graduate students and minors that provide students with a solid foundation in theory and performance. Our Music Business program is perfect for students seeking a career on the business side of the industry, or for performance majors who simply want to better understand how the music business works.
NJCU takes pride in creating a vibrant performing arts culture for its students and the surrounding community. The Music, Dance and Theatre Department contributes significantly to the university’s musical offerings throughout the year. This means our students enjoy a wide selection of performance opportunities, including solo recitals, chamber music, large instrumental and choral ensemble concerts, and opera and musical theatre productions.
Our faculty comprise respected performers, composers, educators and scholars who take a serious interest in their students. Additionally, the Music, Dance and Theatre Department employs performers from the New York City metropolitan area as adjunct instructors who teach private lessons, work as coaches and accompanists, and offer specialty courses.
Are you ready to take the next step toward your performing arts career? Contact us today for more information or to schedule your audition.
NJCU Students and Facutly Attend National Association for Music Education (NAfME) Eastern Conference in Atlantic City
Over 20 Music Education majors from NJCU travelled to Atlantic City from April 6-10 to attend the National Association for Music Education Eastern Conference. They networked with teachers from around the eastern region, met with students from high schools and universities, attended lectures/performances and had an incredible week! Dr. Warren, Dr. Bernard, Prof. Burns, Prof. Godett, and Dr. d'Auguste proudly represented the NJCU faculty at the conference.
WHAT'S NEW AT NJCU!
- NJCU Earns Top 10 Ranking in Music Business from Billboard.
- NJCU Ranked #1 Most Affordable Music School.
- NJCU student Al-Jabril Muhammad earns top honors at NJNATS Competition.
- NJCU Faculty Vito Chiavuzzo will perform with the new Broadway Musical "Bandstand."
- Internationally renowned business expert/historian Prof. Steve Dillon joins MDT Faculty.
- Dr. Kim, MDT Chair, interviewed for New Jersey Educator Magazine
- Dr. Bernard and d'Auguste will a give joint lecture at NAfME Eastern Division Conference.
- Anthony Bruno and Irley Vallejo were offered internships at Flat Rock Playhouse in South Carolina.
The NJCU Orchestra presents Mahler's Symphony 1 (Titan) under the direction of Maestro Lou Kosma
DATES & TIMES:
May 5, 2017 at 7:30pm
LOCATION: Rossey Hall Room 105
Tickets: PURCHASE HERE
NJCU and Buffet Crampon proudly present a master class with Clarinet Professor Mitch Estrin from the University of Florida
DATES & TIMES:
May 8, 2017 at 3pm
LOCATION: Rossey Hall
Tickets: FREE ADMISSION