Students who want to pursue college degrees in music will have the opportunity to meet Mason’s School of Music faculty and students during the annual Shadow Days on November 4 and 5.
Opens to all students regardless of the age, the Shadow Days provide prospective students and their families the opportunity to experience a day as a Mason music student. Participants will spend a day attending classes, taking part in ensemble rehearsals, and touring the School of Music facilities led by Mason’s music ambassadors. Parents and interested students will also meet faculty and current students to learn about the audition process, life as a music student, campus involvement, and future career pathways. To register or learn more about the Shadow Days, visit https://music.gmu.edu/visit-us/shadow-days/
Students who are interested in music performance degrees for horns, trumpets, tubas or euphonium may also attend a preview day to meet Mason’s brass faculty and notable guest artists. The day includes performances, masterclasses, clinics, and music vendors. These events are free and open to the public. Interested prospective students and families must register before the event. The preview days are:
- Horn Day, Saturday, November 9 (Registration link: https://music.gmu.edu/visit-us/horn-day-2019/)
- Trumpet Day, Sunday, November 10
- Tuba/Euphonium Day, Saturday, November 16
Recognized nationally and internationally for its high-quality programs, George Mason University School of Music offers a variety of degree programs from music performance to music education, music technology, jazz studies, and composition. Admitted students will study with top-ranking faculty who are active performers, researchers, or educators. For more information on specific music degrees or admission process, visit https://music.gmu.edu/.