Interested students should -
- always feel free to contact Dr. Nathan Cook (x3024, firstname.lastname@example.org) with questions.
- discuss your plans with your studio instructor. They know your playing/singing well and can advise best regarding possible repertoire and perhaps even some appropriate student collaborators to approach.
- talk to your fellow students about doing chamber music together. You may of course apply as an individual, but you are also welcome to organize your own group.
- fill out and submit an application. The links below will take you to the appropriate forms. Forms are due by Monday, November 26, 2012.
Beginning in the fall of 2011, most groups will be formed by Dr. Cook in consultation with the School's applied faculty, so individual expressions of interest as opposed to applications by preformed groups will become the norm. Preferences for the make-up of ensembles will of course be taken into consideration when possible, and these preferences should be indicated on the application form.
WHAT HAPPENS NEXT?
If your application is approved (usually toward the beginning of the second week of classes in first semester, and before classes begin for second semester), only then will you be able to register online for your approved course(s). Please understand that it won’t always be possible to approve all repertoire choices, ensemble groupings, our course requests.
IMPORTANT! FOR FIRST-TIME UNDERGRADUATE CHAMBER MUSICIANS
First-time registrants will be allowed into 3511 or 3512 with a co-registration for MUSIC 3500. This course is only offered in the fall semester, so plan for your first chamber music experience to be done in the fall. Please direct any questions to email@example.com.