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Hi everyone! I live in New York, and I'm a countertenor going to get my undergraduates in vocal performance.
My issue that I'm having is that I'm struggling finding a school with an early music program and the capabilities to properly instruct me... I am going to SUNY Purchase (in New York) this upcoming year, and seeing what they can do for me, but I don't want to continue there (unless I really like it) and graduate there. Some other colleges that I was looking at to transfer to (but didnt apply to last year... stupid me) are Indiana University, Oberlin, New England Conservatory, and University of Cincinnati's College Conservatory of Music.
BUT! Here's another issue that's coming up... My mom was offered a promotion but she'd need to relocate to the Business' Headquarters in TEXAS. We are considering making the move, but THEN what do I do for this year? I would contact some schools in the area and within a few states and let them know of my unique situation, having moved across the country and I need a place to go to college! What colleges, in South USA, kind of near Texas, have a decent Music Program with an early music program or early music influences or baroque influences that can facilitate me and teach me?
Sorry for all the questions, and thank you for your help!!