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Collaborative Piano

Develop and share your talent as you partner and collaborate with other performers.

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Collaborative piano majors are active across school divisions and contribute musically and personally to the life of the TCU School of Music. For musical theatre and operatic productions, small and large ensembles, conducting classes, studio classes, master classes, lessons and other activities, collaborative pianists play a vital role.

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Programs Offered

Sample Courses

  • Applied Collaborative Piano
  • Chamber Music
  • Piano Accompanying
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Special Admission Requirements

For graduates interested in attending the TCU School of Music, there is an admissions process. Learn more about the audition requirements.

What Sets Us Apart

A Piano-Centric Environment

Students are exposed to a wide variety of repertoire and styles, both instrumental and vocal. Collaborative piano majors are in demand across school divisions and play an important role in the daily life of TCU and the School of Music. The thriving arts scene here in the Dallas-Fort Worth area provides an excellent location for partnering with and accompanying students and performance groups.

Career Prospects

Graduates are highly marketable in a variety of areas, including:

  • Choral or operatic accompanist
  • Accompanist for lessons, competitions and concerts
  • Music Educator
  • Professional studio or chamber musician
  • Staff pianist