|Course no.||MUS WKSH A|
|Title||Workshop: Composition Seminar|
|Schedule||Mon 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm Blum Hall|
This class will compose music that will be written down and passed to players to be rehearsed and taped. Every step of the process is assisted (particularly at the notational level) and discussed. Players in the class, as well as professional players from outside, will later join in to help bring each piece to life in sound. In addition, other twentieth-century works are played and discussed and occasional visits to performances of new music in New York are made. Individual meetings are arranged on a regular basis.
|Course no.||MUS WKSH B|
|Title||Workshop: Performance Class|
|Schedule||Th 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm Blum Hall|
This class is conceived as a unifying workshop for performing musicians within the department. Please meet with the instructor prior to or during registration. (Private lessons can be taken for credit by registering for this course).
|Course no.||MUS WKSH C|
|Schedule||Tu Wed Th 11:00 am - 12:00 pm Blum 117|
Two Credits. This workshop is designed to help music majors learn to hear in their heads what they see on the page, to sing what they hear, and to put on the page what they hear in their heads--each of which requires its own set of mental and physical processes. Students will undergo exercises in melodic, harmonic, and rhythmic dictation, sight-singing, interval and chord recognition, and so on. Three sessions are offered, on Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday. Intended for music majors. See Bari Mort before registering.
|Course no.||MUS WKSH F|
|Title||Workshop: Integrated Electronic Music & Art|
|Schedule||Wed 10:30 am - 12:30 pm Blum EMS|
Cross-listed: Integrated Arts
A hands-on, multidisciplinary workshop combining diverse arts and media in interactive live performances and installations. The course offers instruction in the mastery of the facilities of the Blum Electronic Music Studios, including digital sampling, MIDI sequencing, and the programming of real-time, interactive, MIDI-based software, extensible to video and other visual domains (lighting, slides, and the like). It is hoped that a broad range of disciplines will be represented. Collaboration among students in Integrated Arts, Film and Electronic Media, Drama/Dance, Visual Arts, Music, and Writing is actively encouraged, as well as among computer-science students interested in real-time interactive systems, and physics students interested in constructing controls systems and interfaces. Enrolment is limited.
|Course no.||MUS WKSH G|
|Title||Workshop: Voice and Vocal Repertoire for Singers and Pianists|
|Schedule||Mon 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm Blum Hall|
In this singing class we explore the art songs of America, England, France and Germany, including some opera arias and ensembles depending on the make up of the class. At the same time we learn the necessary technique to perform them successfully. Each class will be divided into two parts. The first will deal with vocal technique, and the second with technical issues that arise from individual performance. Requirements: the ability to match pitches, and an adequate vocal range. Pianists will be assigned individual singers to work with and coached in the various musical styles.
|Course no.||MUS WKSH H|
|Title||Workshop: Classical Guitar Seminar & Independent Study|
|Schedule||Wed 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm Blum Hall|
Once a week a two-hour seminar will be offered to everyone to talk about specific technical and interpretation principals of the classical guitar, as well as to listen and to discuss the repertoire. This seminar is to be taken in conjunction with weekly private lessons offered by guitarist Greg Dinger. There will be a fee for the private instructor to be paid at the beginning of the semester. All levels of playing are accepted. Beginners to advanced players welcome.