Chamber Music Workshop
The Chamber Music Workshop is a class for students who wish to perform the repertoire of Baroque, Classical, Romantic and 20th-21st century composers for small ensemble. Small “chamber jazz” groups are also potential projects for the workshop. The class is open by audition only; those students who are accepted are matched up with others of similar ability to perform duos, trios or quartets. The groups are coached by the instructor in separate rooms during class time, and perform in concert during the last weeks of the semester.
Auditions for new students are held just prior to and throughout the registration periods preceding the semester in which the class is offered. Students should be prepared to play at least one 3-5 minute piece. There will be no auditors.
In preparation for the final concert, there are also several masterclasses at which ensembles perform for each other with commentary from the instructor.
Course Codes for Registration:
Undergraduate Students: MUSPF 355-Section 001 - 1cr 2hrs
Prereq: audition and permission of the instructor. No Auditors.
Graduate Students: MUS 713-Section 001 - 1cr 2hrs
Graduate Adviser's permission required.
Wednesdays, 3:10 - 5:00 pm in Room HN 404 with Professor Reuben Blundell