Singer/Songwriter

Beyond just a superior study of contemporary musicianship, the Singer/Songwriter program at CU Denver positions students for professional success as singers, songwriters, and accompanists. This unique and modern program fosters a supportive and collaborative community through collaboration with peers and mentorship from faculty who are active and successful industry professionals. Denver's thriving music scene is the perfect extended classroom to connect with professional musicians, promoters, and venues. 

 

WHERE DO SINGER/SONGWRITER GRADUATES FIND CAREERS?

Students develop the skills to live their dream of working as professional touring and recording musicians, performing nationally and internationally. Singer/Songwriter graduates are uniquely qualified to succeed in music publishing, to work as song pluggers, perform in combos and as studio musicians, write jingles, work in media, teach private lessons, and to be community music leaders. Others find success at the graduate level, studying advanced music performance, musicology, and music education.

 

HOW TO APPLY

The first step is to apply to CU Denver. After being admitted to CU Denver, there are additional music specific application requirements for the Singer/Songwriter Program including an audition: Singer/Songwriter Audition Information. Please note that the audition can be scheduled prior to CU Denver admission. 

Complete information about the audition track requirements can be found on our website here in the music section.

 

 

For more information about the Singer/Songwriter emphasis and audition track programs, email the College of Arts & Media at CAMinfo@ucdenver.edu or call 303-315-7487. If you would like to visit campus to tour our music facilities and learn more about our programs, you can view all of the visit day options here

For full information about degree requirements and curriculum visit the program page on the CU Denver catalog.