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Michael Sekelskyon 3 June 2014
Transcript of Music Orientation
Dr. Scott Lubaroff, Interim Chair
Dr. Sheri Mattson, Departmental Advisor
Christine Spader, CAHSS Advisor
1. For Music Performance Degrees
(other than Jazz-Commercial,
, and Music Tech,
2. For Music Education:
Dr. Mattson -
Degree Audits, class changes,
upper level check-list for exams, etc.
College Advisor -
Advising / Questions / Communication
2. Audition Information (ensembles link)
3. Current Student Resources
1. Check your degree program
Basic courses (for all music majors):
•MUS 1000 recital attendance
•MUS 1100 Fundamentals of Music
unless your admission letter indicated Theory 1
•MUS 1501 Piano Class I
except BA and those with some piano background
•Those w/piano skills see Dr. Hynes at beginning of the year for skill assessment and placement
4 Year Plans (available soon)!
(check audition status)
•1.0 credit for half-hour lessons and 2.0 credits for hour lessons
•BM Performance (except Music Technology) must take 2 credit lessons
(be sure to connect with Director of Bands for marching band,
Director of Choral Activities for choir, etc.)
Additional courses specific to degree:
MUS 1450 and Intro to Music Tech elective: .5 course (2 of the 3 offered)
Instrumental Music Education
one of the
instrumental methods classes
•MUS 1225 Music of the World’s Cultures
•AE 1400 (music) Freshman Seminar taught by Mattson
1. You must be present to win.
2. Success is the ability to meet deadlines.
Go to every class prepared.
3. Schedule your practice time like
a class that you cannot miss.
1-3 hours daily.
4. To be successful in the future, you must have
deep knowledge in one subject - MUSIC (includes instrument/voice, ensembles,
music history, and music theory)
5. There has been a shift from the
which means that most
contemporary musicians earn a living
in a variety of music activities.
Success in Music