MM in Collaborative Piano
The Master of Music in Collaborative Piano focuses on accompanying and chamber music, collaborating with a wide range of instruments and voice, plus the opportunity to play in large ensembles and in operatic settings. This particular degree may lead to employment as an accompanist, chamber music player, or teacher of accompanying and/or chamber music. In addition to core courses, other required coursework include Advanced Accompanying classes, Keyboard Ensemble, and large ensemble. Electives can be used for further study in music history, music theory, pedagogy and literature, chamber music, ensembles, or other courses as determined by the student in consultation with his/her advisor.
- Complete Admission and Audition requirements for graduate students.
- Bachelor's degree and a minimum undergraduate cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.8.
- Submission of placement credential file or three professional letters of recommendation.
- Present a live performance audition (recorded auditions may be submitted for provisional admission).
- Entrance examinations in theory and music history/literature must be taken before the first semester of enrollment.
The current Plan of Study for the Master of Music in Collaborative Piano is available for download.
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