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Harmonizing Faith and Artistry

A Biblical Cornerstone for the Performing Arts

Welcome to the dynamic and diverse community of Biola University’s Conservatory of Music. We are dedicated to fostering excellence in the performing arts and providing a platform for you to discover and express your artistic voice. With programs ranging from music performance and music education to theatre and music therapy, the Conservatory offers a wide range of avenues for exploration. Through rigorous coursework, abundant performance opportunities, and expert instruction, you will develop the skills and experience needed to excel in your chosen field. Our unique approach integrates sound biblical teaching with technical instruction, ensuring that you are prepared in both mind and spirit to impact the world for Jesus Christ.

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The Conservatory of Music offers rigorous academic programs that will prepare you for a fulfilling career and high-level graduate school studies. We offer an array of majors and concentrations — including music performance, music education, commercial music and more — designed to develop your knowledge and skills in the performing arts.

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Performances & Events

The Conservatory offers countless concerts and events every year. From exclusive masterclasses to concerts and productions for the whole student body, you’ll see firsthand what a tremendous impact the performing arts have on the Biola community.

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Highlights from the Conservatory

Explore featured content from the Conservatory of Music.

Matt Redman Joins Biola University as Songwriter in Residence

Known for the Christian song “10,000 Reasons,” Redman will help equip the next generation of worship leaders.

Biola Chorale Performs Throughout Italy

The singing group performed their concert “Seen & Known” overseas in rare opportunity.

‘Dear 2020: A Process’ Provided Space for Actors and Audience to Reflect on 2020

Alumna and adjunct professor Rory Slater (’14) directed Theatre 21’s first fall 2021 production.

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