Music Independent Studies



Private (studio) lessons each week. The student must practice 1 -2 hours on the assigned exercises and repertoire each day, perform in the student recital, and play a final jury (exam) for members of the music faculty. The independent study can be offered only to a full-time student in good standing (minimum 2.00 GPA) after at least one semester at the college. A maximum of six semester hours can be taken under this arrangement. Independent studies are recommended for students planning to take a performance audition in order to transfer to a university music school or conservatory.

MUS 211 and MUS 261 Independent Study in Theory and Composition
Prerequisite: Theory I and II or equivalent training.
Aaron Rosenberg, faculty

MUS 231 and MUS 281 Independent Study in Classical Guitar
Prerequisite: Applied Guitar for Beginners I and II or equivalent training.
Raley Beggs, faculty

MUS 232 and MUS 282 Independent Study in Voice 
Prerequisite: Voice I and II or equivalent study.
Anna Ward, faculty

MUS 233 Independent Study in Percussion
Prerequisite: Previous percussion performance experience required.  Must meet basic technical requirements as determined by the instructor.
Marcus Santos, faculty

MUS 234 and MUS 235  Independent Study in Violin/Viola
Prerequisite: Previous violin/viola instruction and performance experience required.  Must meet basic technical requirements as determined by the instructor.
TBA

MUS 290 and MUS 291 Independent Study in Piano
Prerequisite: Beginning Piano I – IV or equivalent
Carmen Rodríguez-Peralta, faculty

Independent Study in Flute
Previous flute instruction and performance experience required.  Must meet basic technical requirements as determined by the instructor. Orlando Cela, faculty

 

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Last Modified: 12/5/16