Performance Instruction - For Music Students in Professional degree programs (Bachelor of Music or Bachelor of Music Therapy)
The following courses offer performance instruction either as a 3.00 credit hour course (1-hour lesson a week) or 1.50 credit hour course (half-hour lesson a week). Course requirements include a fifteen-minute examination before a faculty jury at the end of each term of study, as well as the attainment of the appropriate Level of Achievement. When required, a major recital may substitute for the jury examination. Students should consult Music for specific details regarding curricula for these examinations.
These courses are available to Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Music Therapy, students with the approval of a progrm advisor in music. These students will elect their major instrument at the time of their admission.
Students who have completed four semesters of study in courses 33-347 – 33-369 and/or 33-317 - 33-339 may complete their degree requirements in private lesson study by enrolling in courses 33-371 or 33-341 (Jazz/Pop). Please contact the Office of the School of Music for details regarding regulations and registration.
Performance courses are intended to be taken in consecutive semesters. Any interruption in study must be followed by an audition for re-entry into the performance course sequence. The audition will be scheduled in consultation with the Performance Area Chair at the beginning of the semester.
Private instruction courses may be repeated for credit.
Performance Instruction - For Music Students in Non-professional degree programs (BA in Music or Combined BA in Music) and for non-Music Students
The following courses offer performance instruction within the format of a group master class. As part of this course, students may take optional weekly private lessons for which there is a private lesson fee. Course requirements include a performance examination before a faculty jury at the end of each term of study, as well as the achievement of the appropriate Level of Achievement. Students should consult the School of Music for specific details regarding curricula for these examinations.
It is the responsibility of the student to arrange for a qualifying audition by contacting the School of Music not later than the end of the first week of classes. Students who fail to do so will relinquish their right to attend such classes and must complete the normal procedure for dropping a course as outlined on the "Course Change Form." Private instruction courses are intended to be taken in consecutive semesters. Any interruption in study must be followed by an audition for re-entry in to the performance course sequence. The audition will be scheduled in consultation with the Performance Area Chair at the beginning of the semester.
Bachelor of Music or Bachelor of Music Therapy students may also opt to take Performance Instruction courses in any secondary instrument/voice of their choice, classical or jazz/pop. These courses involve the 33-200 performance series and may be taken in addition to, not in replacement for the required 33-300 performance series. The courses may not be taken by Bachelor of Music or Bachelor of Music Therapy students to meet the specific degree requirements in Performance Studies.
Applied instruction courses may be repeated for credit.
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