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.

Vocal Performance - Master of Music
credits
Studio
VC 500
12
Ensemble
OPERA 510 or CHOR 510
4
Opera Studies
OPERA 520
0–4
Opera Seminar
OPERA 581 (first semester)
0–2
Repertoire4
Diction/Foreign Languages6–10
Coaching2
Musicology2
Theoretical Studies
 2
Electives
0–10
Recital
VC 699
2
Total Credits44
Additional Requirements:
1) Promotional at the end of the first year (VC 595)
4) Pre-recital in second year; recital program notes and/or translations by the student

 

Vocal Pedagogy - Master of Music
credits
Studio
VC 500
16
Ensemble
OPERA 510 or CHOR 510
4
Opera Studies
OPERA 520
0–4
Opera Seminar
OPERA 581 (first semester)
0–2
Coaching2
Repertoire4
Vocal Pedagogy
VC 565-566 (first year)
4
Diction/Foreign Languages4–8
Musicology 2
Theoretical Studies 2
Electives2–8
Lecture/Demonstration or Thesis
VC 692 or VC 693
2
Total Credits44
Additional Requirements:
1) Teaching assistant for VC 161-162 (second year)
2) Promotional at the end of the first year (VC 595)

2012-08-06


MUSICIANS OWN MUSIC BECAUSE MUSIC OWNS THEM. VIRGIL THOMSON