This course surveys the history of western art music from antiquity through the Renaissance.

A survey of western art music from the Baroque period, 1600-1750

This course introduces first-year music students to a variety of skills, issues, and perspectives that are important components of any professional musician's training, focusing on the question: "What does it mean to be a musician?"

A survey of western art music from the Early Classic, High Classical and Romantic periods

This course is a survey of Western music from ancient times through the early Baroque era.

This course continues study of basic piano skills, including familiarity with symbols and terminology, touches, pedaling, minor scales and arpeggios, sight-reading, harmonization, transposition, improvisation, and playing solo repertoire. It is the second in a four-semester sequence of keyboard skills classes that culminate in a piano proficiency evaluation to be completed at the end of the sophomore year. This course is required of all music majors and minors and is paced accordingly. It is also open to students in other disciplines.

This course introduces basic piano skills, including familiarity with symbols and terminology, touches, pedaling, sight-reading, harmonization, transposition, improvisation, and playing solo repertoire. It is the first in a four-semester sequence of keyboard skills classes that culminate in a piano proficiency evaluation to be completed at the end of the sophomore year. This course is required of all music majors and minors and is paced accordingly. It is also open to students in other disciplines.

Students will learn the basics of Vocal Production and Pedagogy.  Students will learn through readings, observation, practical teaching, and lectures how to apply what they learn in a voice lesson and a choir rehearsal. At the end of this course, students will be equipped to perform basic instruction in voice in both individual and group settings.