Credit units: 3
College: Arts and Science
MUAP 455 consists of two components: (1) A continuation of studies following 443 wherein the students further develop technique and repertoire with attention to performance practice for style, interpretation and comprehension for 6 lessons; (2) 7 academic lessons alternating with the applied lessons (academic advisor/instructor to be approved by the Department of Music). Students wishing to enrol must provide a proposal ideally by November 15 or March 15, and all proposals are subject to the approval by the department. All students are required to present a lecture recital before the end of the semester to include 30 minutes of performance and an academic lecture of 30 minutes for a total of 60 minutes in length. The instructor may arrange a studio masterclass to assist students to prepare for the recital/jury. This course will be a good option for students wishing to pursue further academic studies in a non-performance field of Music.
Prerequisite(s): MUAP 443 (with a grade of 80% or higher) or permission of the department.
Note: Available to Bachelor of Music Performance Majors only. Students may have credit for only one of MUAP 453 and MUAP 455.
Note: In the event a student receives a failing grade in any private study course (MUAP 143, 145, 243, 245, 333, 343, 335, 345, 433, 443, 435, 445, 453 or 455), that student may re-take it only once.
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