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.

Piano - Master of Music
credits
Studio
PNO 500
16
Piano Performance Seminar
PNO 547T-548T
2
Collaborative Piano*
CLPNO 511T
Two credits from CLPNO 501T, 502T, 503T, 504T
 3
Chamber Music**1
Musicology 2
Theoretical Studies
2
Musicology or Theoretical Studies Elective2
Electives
8
Recital
PNO 699
2
Total Credits42
*Students (including those in Intensive English) should register for CLPNO 511T in the first semester; the grade IP will be recorded on the transcript until the 15-hour requirement is fulfilled.
**Chamber Music may be replaced by Sonata Repertoire

Additional Requirements:
1) Promotional at the end of the first year (PNO 595)
2) Pre-recital in second year

2012-08-02


MUSIC IS THE SILENCE BETWEEN THE NOTES. CLAUDE DEBUSSY