School of Performing Arts - Piano Division
"There are no barriers for a person with talent and love towards work."
Ludwig van Beethoven
The School of Performing Arts combines conservatory-style music and theatre training with rigorous academic degree programs that prepare its majors for professional careers and graduate studies. Its professors, instructors, and staff foster a caring environment that encourages students to strive toward their potential in an atmosphere of support and high expectations.
The School provides enrichment opportunities for the entire university as well as the wider community through participation in performing ensembles, applied music studies, and a variety of academic courses of general interest. It also plays a principal role in the cultural life of Reinhardt University, sponsoring a wide variety of theatre productions, concerts, and recitals each season open to the public.
The Piano Division
The Piano Division serves two Reinhardt degree programs, Bachelor of Music Performance and Bachelor of Music Education. Students in both of these concentrations may choose to participate in the Piano Division while participating in their degree program. Choosing this pathway allows a student to gain a more rigorous piano education through participating in various programs designed to enrich their knowledge.
Students are immersed in piano studies by taking private lessons and performing regularly in student recitals. All piano students perform a twenty five minute Junior Recital and a fifty minute capstone Senior Recital. Students gain experience in collaborative performances as well.
School of Performing Arts
Floyd A. and Fay W. Falany Performing Arts Center
7300 Reinhardt Circle
Waleska, GA 30183-2981