Studying Music at North Park
At North Park, students receive instruction with some of Chicago’s finest performers and teachers. Whether you dream of becoming a performer, music educator, worship leader, or professional in the music field, we’ll help you reach your goals through individualized attention, mentoring from talented and committed faculty, and a solid foundation in fundamental skills.
The School of Music, Art, and Theatre is guided by the following core values:
DISCOVER. We believe the arts require curiosity and exploration.
ENGAGE. We believe learning is in the doing.
GROW. We believe the arts serve humanity and the well-being of all.
North Park University is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music.
Choose the degree that is right for you:
Continue your education with your choice of master’s degrees:
Minor and Certificates
Enhance your music degree with a certificate or complement another major with a music minor:
Meet the Faculty & Staff
Dr. You-Seong Kim has performed throughout the United States, Canada, Austria, Germany, Portugal, Belgium, and her native Korea. Alongside her extensive, global performance experience, she is excited to share with students the vast opportunities of music performance right here in Chicago.
Locations & Facilities
Students have access to multiple practice rooms, studios, a keyboard lab, and a vaulted multipurpose space in Hanson Hall—a newly renovated building featuring acoustical treatment and climate control throughout. Next door, Anderson Chapel provides a sought-after performance venue for students and professional musicians alike. In addition, music activities take place in Hamming and Wilson Halls.
Music Student Handbook
Current music students should familiarize themselves with our student handbook for information regarding academic policies, facility usage, and other resources.