MUSC 0240

Performing Chamber Music

Performing Chamber Music
In this course for intermediate to advanced performers we will explore the art of collaborative music making in the classical tradition. Students will form small vocal and instrumental ensembles (2–6 players) at the beginning of the semester or may enroll in the course as an established ensemble. Repertoire will be determined in collaboration with instructor. Weekly coaching sessions for each group and master classes for all groups will culminate in at least one end-of-semester performance and writing assignment. In addition to technical performance issues, master classes and readings will consider group dynamics, rehearsal techniques, and interpersonal aspects of musical collaboration. Although previous chamber music experience is not required, students should be experienced performers of notation-based music. 3 hrs. lect/disc.
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Spring 2018

MUSC0240A-S18 Lecture (Tan)
MUSC0240B-S18 Lecture (Tan)
MUSC0240Z-S18 Discussion (Tan)

Spring 2017

MUSC0240A-S17 Lecture (Tan)

Spring 2016

MUSC0240A-S16 Lecture (Tan)

Spring 2015

MUSC0240A-S15 Lecture (Vitercik)

Spring 2014

MUSC0240A-S14 Lecture (Hamberlin)

Fall 2010

MUSC0240A-F10 Lecture (Vitercik)

Fall 2009

MUSC0240A-F09 Lecture (Vitercik)

Fall 2008

MUSC0240A-F08 Lecture (Hamberlin)

Fall 2007

MUSC0240A-F07 Lecture (Tan)

Spring 2007

MUSC0240A-S07 Lecture

Spring 2006

MUSC0240A-S06 Lecture (Tan)

Spring 2005

MUSC0240A-S05 Lecture (Vitercik)