The Master of Music curriculum focuses on studio and ensemble work, supplemented by academic course requirements in musicology and music theory, as well as electives. Additional study is provided through frequent masterclasses, guest artists, and repertoire classes.

Chamber Music - String Quartet, Piano Trio -
Master of Music
credits
Studio
CHM 500 (8 credits) Studio String Quartet or Studio Piano Trio
CHM 520 (4 credits) Chamber Music
12
Studio Instrumental Instruction
16
Musicology 2
Theoretical Studies 2
Electives*6
Chamber Music Recital4
Total Credits42
*Four elective credits must be in Supportive Studies

Additional Requirements:
1) Performance Outreach as determined by Program Director
2) One Chamber Music Recital given each year

 

Chamber Music - Piano -
Master of Music
credits
Studio
16
Chamber Music*
6
Sonata Repertoire
CHM 535T-536T
4
Coaching2
Collaborative Piano**
CCPNO 511T
1
Musicology 2
Theoretical Studies 2
Electives5
Recital4
Total Credits42
*Six groups over four semesters, one credit each
**Students (including those in intensive English) should register for CCPNO 511T in the first semester; the grade IP will be recorded on the transcript until the 15-hour requirement is fulfilled.

Additional Requirements:
1) Performance Outreach as determined by Program Director
2) Recital each year

2012-08-06


MUSICIANS OWN MUSIC BECAUSE MUSIC OWNS THEM. VIRGIL THOMSON