Chamber Music Course Offerings
Music 3511, 3512, and 3513 (click for syllabi) are courses involving private coaching of chamber ensembles for 1, 2, and 3 credits respectively. Music 3511 requires 10 to 15 minutes of repertoire, Music 3512 requires 18 to 22 minutes of repertoire, and Music 3513 requires 25 to 30 minutes of repertoire. First-time applicants for chamber music study are allowed into 3511 or 3512 and must co-register for a 1-credit seminar course (Music 3500). All undergraduate students registered in chamber music must attend and participate in masterclasses held on six Thursdays from noon to 1:20 throughout each semester.
Music 3500 consists of a set of six seminar meetings that provide students new to small ensemble performance with the tools necessary to function well as a member of an unconducted chamber ensemble. Students in the course will also attend six master class sessions conducted in conjunction with the graduate and undergraduate chamber ensemble courses.
Music 6500 and 6501 (click for syllabi) are courses involving private coaching of chamber ensembles for 2 and 3 credits respectively. Music 6500 requires 18 to 22 minutes of repertoire and Music 6501 requires 25 to 30 minutes of repertoire.