Music-Performance (B.A.)

MUSC 325 Junior Recital/Research Project (.5)
MUSC 401 20th and 21st Century Music (3)
MUSC 425 Senior Recital (.5)
Private Study in principal area (8)
Ensemble pertinent to principal area (3)
Total 37
For Piano performance area:
MUSC 315 Literature for the Piano (1)
MUSC 317 Collaborative Piano in Context (1)
MUSC 319 Piano Pedagogy (1)
For Voice performance area:
MUSC 203 Lyric Diction (3)
MUSP 240 Opera Workshop (1-4)
MUSC 310 Literature for Voice with Piano (1)
Additional requirement
MATH 120 or 3-4 above, OR
STAT 161 or above

All music majors must demonstrate keyboard proficiency through examination and/or coursework before graduation. Those music students who do not have any background in piano will be required to enroll in piano classes until the requirement is fulfilled.

All performance majors are required to demonstrate their ability to continue in the performance degree program by participating in a sophomore performance review (twenty minutes of music and interview) in front of the music faculty. This requirement is designed to prepare the student for the juried junior and senior recitals.

All performance majors are required to complete Music 325 and 425. The juried junior recital must include a minimum of twenty-five minutes of music, and the juried senior recital must include a minimum of fifty minutes of music. For piano majors, a juried, full-length collaborative recital or a piano pedagogy research paper of fifteen to twenty pages, approved by the music faculty, may be substituted for the junior recital. See the music department handbook for details about all recital requirements.