AML 241 - Applied Music Lesson 3
Class Hours: 45 min
Previous Name: MUS 241
All full-time matriculated students study a major instrument, voice, or composition with a qualified professional musician under the supervision of a music program chairperson. Juried performance examinations are required at the end of each year of instruction.
Junior and Senior Recitals are required for all performance students in the Bachelor of Music degree program at the end of the sixth and eight semesters of instruction. Recitalists must study with a faculty instructor during the semester in which the recital is given.
Students taking Private Instruction must attend at least 6 performances – 3 recitals and 3 concerts – that will service to refine their musical judgement. Critiques must be submitted to private instructors, demonstrating the ability to describe and evaluate musical performances in writing.
The technical requirements and materials set forth below provide a general guide to the levels of competence that are expected in each area of performance. Special Fee Required.
Course Fee: $1,100.00
Prerequisites: AML 142 - Applied Music Lesson 2