Technology Tools & Resources
Finale Music Notation Software
If you need to use Finale for a class, ensemble, or lessons, please visit the NMU HelpDesk - they will be happy to install this software on your NMU laptop. Please see Dr. Flaherty if you have questions about this software, or if you have any technical issues with this software on your laptop.
Schedules & Dates
Music Education Seminars
Music education seminars are held each semester. They include presentations by visiting teachers, explorations of music pedagogy, or exposure to new technology. Music education majors should plan to attend all of these seminars to develop a consciousness of the profession and prepare for an effective career. Attendance at a certain number is required; in the graduating music education portfolio review, students must certify required attendance and active participation.
Projected Schedule for Intermittent Courses
Student Dates of Interest
Protect Your Hearing
Rehearsing and performing in music ensembles can subject you to high sound levels that can cause permanent damage to your hearing. The NMU Music Department and faculty urge you to protect your hearing by wearing appropriate protection (foam ear plugs are provided in the instrumental rehearsal room TFA252), by avoiding excessive and prolonged exposure to high sound levels, and by reading the following important advisory document: