Artists • Scholars • Leaders
The Ohio State University School of Music offers gifted, accomplished string players professional performance training and experience, paired with the educational opportunities available in a great university. Students are supported by a faculty of artist/teachers recognized nationally and internationally as performers, as well as for pioneering work in mindful performance, creativity, body work and interpretation. Across the board, instructors promote the values of music performance and pedagogy within a rich, multi-dimensional education.
Strings at Ohio State is a vibrant community that fully integrates performance training with majors and minors in business, science and humanities, as well as a nationally recognized strings pedagogy program. String players partake in a community that includes Ohio State student organizations Viola Nation, CellOhio, Guerrilla Chamber Music, and an award-winning student ASTA chapter.
The strings program at Ohio State has been a tremendously supportive community that reaffirms my love to learn and perform music. — John Li
The Ohio State strings program transformed my graduate experience by allowing me to study cello alongside music theory and cognition, encouraging me to integrate the two fields, and inspiring me to pursue an interdisciplinary, curiosity-driven approach to music as both a performer and researcher. — Caitlyn Trevor (pictured in the motion sensor lab)
Want to learn more?
Future Undergraduate Students
- Visit Undergraduate Students - How to Apply for procedures to apply to the university and to the School of Music, including audition information.
- High school students should consider attending Spring Visit Day (April) and we highly recommend Practice Audition Day (October) for high school juniors and seniors considering applying for admission.
- Questions? Contact School of Music Undergraduate Studies at email@example.com.
Future Graduate Students
All prospective students may also feel free to contact any one of the strings faculty.