Master of Music: Performance-Orchestral and Guitar
Student Learning Outcomes
- To present two high-level public solo recitals that are correct technically and artistically convincing.
- To understand the historical and analytical components of music.
- To reflect on broader dimensions of their own musical experience.
- To be familiar with basic research resources in music.
- Develop competence in the following fundamental performance areas: Technique, Tone, Expression, Intonation and Rhythm.
|CONSVTY 5500-5600||Music History||3|
|CONSVTY 5500-5600||Music Theory||3|
|CONSVTY 5593||Introduction To Research And Bibliography In Music||3|
|or CONSVTY 5593N||Introduction to Research and Bibliography in Music|
|Take the following courses 2 times each: 1,2||16|
|(APPLIED INSTRUMENT) 5501|
|Take the following course 4 times:||4|
|Principles of Chamber Music|
|Enroll in one of the following each semester: 3||4|
|Conservatory Wind Ensemble|
|CONSVTY 5591N||Pedagogy of Instrumental Music||1|
|Electives (Non-applied music courses)||2|
A minimum of one semester of applied music (5501) is required before the first recital. (APPLIED INSTRUMENT) 5501 or CONSVTY 5597 is required each semester of enrollment until the recital requirement is met.
Concurrent enrollment in (APPLIED INSTRUMENT) 5300 is required for each semester of enrollment in (APPLIED INSTRUMENT) 5501 and CONSVTY 5597.
Those students majoring in guitar may substitute approved elective or chamber music credit.