Scholarships and Graduate Assistantships are available to qualified, graduate-level saxophone students interested in joining CCM’s Fall 2018 class. Applications are now open and will be considered until all awards have been offered.

CCM offers Master of Music in Saxophone, Master of Music in Jazz Studies with a major in Saxophone and Doctor of Musical Arts in Saxophone degrees. Scholarships include awards from partial to full tuition. Graduate Assistantships include full tuition plus a stipend.

Saxophone majors receive ample performance opportunities with CCM’s wind ensembles, jazz ensembles, saxophone quartets, jazz combos, symphonic orchestras, musical theatre orchestras and contemporary music ensembles.

For more information about CCM Saxophone studies, contact:

  • James Bunte, DMA; Head, Performance Studies Division and Associate Professor of Saxophone
    513-556-0825 | james.bunte@uc.edu
  • Craig Bailey; Assistant Professor of Jazz Saxophone
    513-556-5797 | craig.bailey@uc.edu
  • Rick VanMatre; Adjunct Professor Emeritus of Saxophone
    513-559-1134 | rick.vanmatre@uc.edu

Qualifications
Applicants must demonstrate a high level of performance ability. For assistantships, teaching experience is desirable but not required.

Applications
CCM is now accepting applications for Fall 2018. Learn more at ccm.uc.edu/apply. Scholarship and assistantship application review begins at CCM’s first on-site audition in January/February 2018. Applications will be considered until all awards have been offered.

Additional Information
For more information, please visit ccm.uc.edu or contact CCM Admissions at 513-556-9478 or email ccmadmis@uc.edu.

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