CONSERVATORY COURSES

 

91582

CNSV 100 Studio Instruction

Frank Corliss

TBA

TBA

 

91583

CNSV 102 Composition Tutorial

Joan Tower /

George Tsontakis

TBA

TBA

 

91584

CNSV 104 Secondary Piano

Frank Corliss

TBA

TBA

 

91585

CNSV 108 Aural Skills I

John Halle

TBA

TBA

 

91586

CNSV 109 Aural Skills II

John Halle

TBA

TBA

 

91587

CNSV 110 Chamber Music

Melvin Chen

TBA

TBA

 

91588

CNSV 112 Orchestral Training and Repertoire

Erica Kiesewetter

. T. Th .

7:00 9:30 pm

 

91589

CNSV 115 Conservatory Seminar I

John Halle

. T. Th

10:10 11:30 am

 

91590

CNSV 204 Performance Practice Workshop

Stephen Hammer

M . . . .

4:00 6:00 pm

 

91591

CNSV 211 Alexander Technique for Musicians

Alex Farkas

. . . . F

9:00 - 12:00 pm

Class size: 18

 

91592

CNSV 215 A Conservatory Seminar III: Composing in Styles

John Halle

. . . Th .

2:30 3:45 pm

 

91593

CNSV 215 B Conservatory Seminar III: Species Counterpoint

John Halle

M . W . .

2:30 3:45 pm

 

91594

CNSV Keyboard Skills

Frank Corliss

TBA

TBA

 

91595

CNSV 401 Conservatory Senior Project

John Halle /

Peter Laki

TBA

TBA

4 credits This one-semester course is required of all Conservatory students and is usually taken in the semester of their senior recital. The course consists of preparation for the senior recital, including the creation of program notes and a professional biography for the printed program. Students taking the course will meet together with the instructor at the beginning of the semester to plan the timetable for submission of written materials. The course will be graded, based on comments from faculty able to attend the recital. Failure to produce high quality written material for the printed program will result in a lower grade. The goals of this course are: to broaden students' understanding of the historical and intellectual contexts of the repertoire for their recital and to help them learn the craft of creating professional program notes and biography.