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Dance

The Dance minor is a joint program between the College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Health Sciences, which began in the fall of 2009 as an outlet for students to express creativity and explore ideas through the physical medium of dance. The minor provides students with the opportunity to study dance as a performing art while also pursuing complementary coursework in areas such as dance science, pedagogical methods and an exploration of dance in world cultures.

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Master Players Concert Series

​Master Players Concert Series brings national and international world-class musicians and performing artists to the University and the surrounding communities. As a long-term partner of the Department of Music, Master Players presents performances that promote diversity and encourage UD interdisciplinary faculty collaboration, thereby enriching scholarship and research, promote creativity and inspire the imaginations of non-musician artists and creative students, assisting them to be fully self-expressive.

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Music

​For more than 60 years the Department of Music has been dedicated to the musical growth of its students and the cultural enrichment of the community, offering a range of music majors and minors and presenting a variety of public performances. A full member of the National Association of Schools of Music, the department offers a variety of Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Music degrees, as well as Master of Music degrees. In addition to programs for music majors and minors, the department offers classes and activities for the general student population.

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Resident Ensemble Players

​Resident Ensemble Players (REP) is a professional theatre located at UD. The REP engages audiences throughout the region with frequent and outstanding professional productions of a wide variety of classic, modern and contemporary plays performed in a wide variety of styles. The REP also contributes to UD’s undergraduate curriculum and aims to create future life-long theatregoers by presenting plays that are studied in the curriculum or which illuminate matters studies in the curriculum. Professional actors make classroom visits to illuminate texts, illustrate ideas and promote learning as only live theatre can, and perform special matinees of REP productions for middle school and high school students, with classroom outreach sessions presented at those schools.

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