Spring 2019

Course Code Title/Instructor Meets
MUAC 102-01 History of Music
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski
Course Description:
Why do we consider Mozart and Beethoven geniuses? What distinguishes music from sound and noise? How do opera and song encode cultural mores? How have social and political issues influenced supposed "abstract" music? Is music a more definite language than words? These are some of the aesthetic and philosophical issues that students will consider in this course, which explores musical composition from the death of Bach (1750) to avant-garde and minimalist composers. Students will develop skills associated with intelligent listening while also consulting primary sources in order to understand the contexts of musical production over the past 250 years. The ability to read music is not required for this course and non-musicians are welcome and encouraged. This course fulfills the Arts (Division I C) distribution requirement. Why do we consider Mozart and Beethoven geniuses? What distinguishes music from sound and noise? How do opera and song encode cultural mores? How have social and political issues influenced supposed "abstract" music? Is music a more definite language than words? These are some of the aesthetic and philosophical issues that students will consider in this course, which explores musical composition from the death of Bach (1750) to avant-garde and minimalist composers. Students will develop skills associated with intelligent listening while also consulting primary sources in order to understand the contexts of musical production over the past 250 years. The ability to read music is not required for this course and non-musicians are welcome and encouraged. This course fulfills the Arts (Division I C) distribution requirement.
1330:MR   WEISS 235
MUAC 115-01 Fundamentals of Music
Instructor: James Martin
Course Description:
A hands-on introduction to the fundamentals of music through reading, writing, listening, singing, and basic keyboard skills. Emphasis is upon the acquisition of musical literacy grounded in a thorough knowledge of music notation.The course is intended for non-majors with little or no theory background, and for minors and majors as a preparation for Music 125.
1500:MR   WEISS 221
MUAC 126-01 Music Theory II, with lab
Instructor: Gregory Strohman, James Hontz
Course Description:
An introduction to the basic materials of music by means of discussion, analysis, and written exercises, with a complementary lab component comprising practice in sight singing, ear training, and keyboard harmony.Course includes a one-hour lab each week. Prerequisite: 125, placement exam, or permission of the instructor. Offered every fall semester.
1030:MTWRF   WEISS 212
MUAC 131-01 Introduction to the Art of Composition
Instructor: Douglas Buchanan
Course Description:
So you think the art of composing epic symphonies died with guys like Mozart, Beethoven, and Tchaikovsky? You think you need to wear a wig and be dead to compose great music? Think again! All around us, in concert halls, community centers, schools, private and public galleries, in large cities, small towns and even in isolated, rural settings, new music in the great Classical tradition is being performed and heard, music created by living composers, music of recent and current generations, your generation no less, music by people you may meet or already know. And you, too, can learn to develop a sophisticated, articulate musical voice of your life and times. Think: Symphony for the 21st century. In this one-semester, half-credit course, students learn about the living art and discipline of music composition through lectures on its history and current practice, listening assignments, and incremental composition exercises resulting in completed, small-scale works. Students will learn how the elements of sound comprise tools for conveying artistic expression, order, and meaning. Prerequisite: Ability to read music in both treble and bass clefs. So you think the art of composing epic symphonies died with guys like Mozart, Beethoven, and Tchaikovsky? You think you need to wear a wig and be dead to compose great music? Think again! All around us, in concert halls, community centers, schools, private and public galleries, in large cities, small towns and even in isolated, rural settings, new music in the great Classical tradition is being performed and heard, music created by living composers, music of recent and current generations, your generation no less, music by people you may meet or already know. And you, too, can learn to develop a sophisticated, articulate musical voice of your life and times. Think: Symphony for the 21st century. In this one-semester, half-credit course, students learn about the living art and discipline of music composition through lectures on its history and current practice, listening assignments, and incremental composition exercises resulting in completed, small-scale works. Students will learn how the elements of sound comprise tools for conveying artistic expression, order, and meaning. Prerequisite: Ability to read music in both treble and bass clefs.
1500:R   WEISS 212
MUAC 134-01 Composers' Forum
Instructor: Douglas Buchanan
Course Description:
All around us, in concert halls, community centers, schools, private and public galleries, in large cities, small towns and even in isolated, rural settings, new music is being performed and heard, music created by living composers in the venerable tradition of composers such as Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, and Tchaikovsky. You may never have heard such music, as it is a small fraction of programming on mainstream media. Nevertheless, this amazingly diverse repertoire passionately voices and reflects contemporary life, experience, and society. This is music of recent and current generations, your generation no less, music by people you may meet or already know. This half-credit course offered each semester explores such music, recent and contemporary (20th- and 21st-century) compositions and composers in the Western art-music tradition. Students will become acquainted with a wide variety of styles, will gain deeper understanding of the elements of sound as tools for artistic creation, and will hone analytical listening skills. All around us, in concert halls, community centers, schools, private and public galleries, in large cities, small towns and even in isolated, rural settings, new music is being performed and heard, music created by living composers in the venerable tradition of composers such as Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, and Tchaikovsky. You may never have heard such music, as it is a small fraction of programming on mainstream media. Nevertheless, this amazingly diverse repertoire passionately voices and reflects contemporary life, experience, and society. This is music of recent and current generations, your generation no less, music by people you may meet or already know. This half-credit course offered each semester explores such music, recent and contemporary (20th- and 21st-century) compositions and composers in the Western art-music tradition. Students will become acquainted with a wide variety of styles, will gain deeper understanding of the elements of sound as tools for artistic creation, and will hone analytical listening skills.
1330:R   WEISS 212
MUAC 209-01 Ethnomusicology
Instructor: Lila Ellen Gray
Course Description:
This course explores the musical culture of six regions (Africa, India, Southeast Asia, Middle East, North American, and Europe) from the disciplinary perspective of ethnomusicology, a field that emphasizes the direct connections between social structures and musical sound/aesthetics. Students are exposed to the disciplinary methods of ethnomusicology, including its basic terminology and classification systems, and then apply these tools to the study of non-Western musics in a series of analytical assignments and presentations. Some of the questions posed in the class include: What differentiates music from sound, speech, and dance? How does music reflect cultural values and social structures? How does one learn to listen to non-western music? How has globalism affected local musical cultures? How does western terminology limit our understanding of another's music? What are the ideological and physical boundaries that hinder the experience of another culture's music?Offered every two years.
1030:TR   WEISS 221
MUAC 232-01 Counterpoint
Instructor: Douglas Buchanan
Course Description:
Permission of Instructor Required A two-semester, one-credit course in 16th- and 18th-century contrapuntal rules, styles, and genres taught in one-on one lessons. May be taken out of sequence. Two semesters, 0.5 credit each semester. Prerequisite: MUAC 115 or 125 or substantial evidence of previous compositional experience, advanced theory placement by exam (e.g. into MUAC 126, 245 or 246) and permission of instructor.
1500:R   WEISS 212
MUAC 234-01 Composers' Forum
Instructor: Douglas Buchanan
Course Description:
All around us, in concert halls, community centers, schools, private and public galleries, in large cities, small towns and even in isolated, rural settings, new music is being performed and heard, music created by living composers in the venerable tradition of composers such as Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, and Tchaikovsky. You may never have heard such music, as it is a small fraction of programming on mainstream media. Nevertheless, this amazingly diverse repertoire passionately voices and reflects contemporary life, experience, and society. This is music of recent and current generations, your generation no less, music by people you may meet or already know. This half-credit course offered each semester explores such music, recent and contemporary (20th- and 21st-century) compositions and composers in the Western art-music tradition. Students will become acquainted with a wide variety of styles, will gain deeper understanding of the elements of sound as tools for artistic creation, and will hone analytical listening skills.Prerequisite: 233. All around us, in concert halls, community centers, schools, private and public galleries, in large cities, small towns and even in isolated, rural settings, new music is being performed and heard, music created by living composers in the venerable tradition of composers such as Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, and Tchaikovsky. You may never have heard such music, as it is a small fraction of programming on mainstream media. Nevertheless, this amazingly diverse repertoire passionately voices and reflects contemporary life, experience, and society. This is music of recent and current generations, your generation no less, music by people you may meet or already know. This half-credit course offered each semester explores such music, recent and contemporary (20th- and 21st-century) compositions and composers in the Western art-music tradition. Students will become acquainted with a wide variety of styles, will gain deeper understanding of the elements of sound as tools for artistic creation, and will hone analytical listening skills.Prerequisite: 233.
1330:R   WEISS 212
MUAC 246-01 Music Theory IV, with lab
Instructor: Gregory Strohman, James Hontz
Course Description:
A continuation of MUAC 126, this course focuses on the evolution of chromatic harmony through the 19th century and selected techniques in 20th century music. Increased emphasis is placed upon formal analysis and analytical writing. Advanced skills of ear-training, sight-singing, and keyboard harmony will be developed in the complementary lab component.These courses include two forty-five minute labs per week.Prerequisite: 126, placement exam or permission of the instructor. Offered every spring semester. A continuation of MUAC 126, this course focuses on the evolution of chromatic harmony through the 19th century and selected techniques in 20th century music. Increased emphasis is placed upon formal analysis and analytical writing. Advanced skills of ear-training, sight-singing, and keyboard harmony will be developed in the complementary lab component.These courses include two forty-five minute labs per week.Prerequisite: 126, placement exam or permission of the instructor. Offered every spring semester.
0930:MTWRF   WEISS 212
MUAC 334-01 Composers' Forum
Instructor: Douglas Buchanan
Course Description:
All around us, in concert halls, community centers, schools, private and public galleries, in large cities, small towns and even in isolated, rural settings, new music is being performed and heard, music created by living composers in the venerable tradition of composers such as Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, and Tchaikovsky. You may never have heard such music, as it is a small fraction of programming on mainstream media. Nevertheless, this amazingly diverse repertoire passionately voices and reflects contemporary life, experience, and society. This is music of recent and current generations, your generation no less, music by people you may meet or already know. This half-credit course offered each semester explores such music, recent and contemporary (20th- and 21st-century) compositions and composers in the Western art-music tradition. Students will become acquainted with a wide variety of styles, will gain deeper understanding of the elements of sound as tools for artistic creation, and will hone analytical listening skills.Prerequisite: 333. All around us, in concert halls, community centers, schools, private and public galleries, in large cities, small towns and even in isolated, rural settings, new music is being performed and heard, music created by living composers in the venerable tradition of composers such as Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, and Tchaikovsky. You may never have heard such music, as it is a small fraction of programming on mainstream media. Nevertheless, this amazingly diverse repertoire passionately voices and reflects contemporary life, experience, and society. This is music of recent and current generations, your generation no less, music by people you may meet or already know. This half-credit course offered each semester explores such music, recent and contemporary (20th- and 21st-century) compositions and composers in the Western art-music tradition. Students will become acquainted with a wide variety of styles, will gain deeper understanding of the elements of sound as tools for artistic creation, and will hone analytical listening skills.Prerequisite: 333.
1330:R   WEISS 212
MUAC 336-01 Composition Studies I: Orchestration
Instructor: Douglas Buchanan
Course Description:
Permission of Instructor Required Drawing on the experience gained in MUAC 231/232, students will learn the complexities, challenges, and best practices in composing for all standard, Western, acoustic instruments. Students will arrange works by other composers for instrumental combinations and will also create original works for large chamber ensembles of mixed instrumentation. When possible, the works will be read and/or performed and recorded. Two semesters, 0.5 credit each semester. Prerequisite: MUAC 246, 231, 232, 233, 234 and permission of instructor.
1500:R   WEISS 212
MUAC 355-01 Music and Sound Ethnography
Instructor: Lila Ellen Gray
Course Description:
This seminar introduces students to ethnography as a genre, as a set of practices, and as a repertoire of methods for understanding music and sound in relation to sociocultural life. Through close attention to select ethnographic texts, recordings, and films from the past three decades, students will engage with a diverse range of musical and sonic worlds. Some of the questions to be considered include: What is the relationship between data and story, fieldwork and ethnography, music and representations of music? What might it mean to study a particular musical scene or culture as an insider versus as an outsider? How can we think about sound and/or video recordings as ethnography and/or as method? What might be some of the stakes and ethics of conducting ethnographic research on music? Musical note reading not required. Interested non-majors who do not meet prerequisites are encouraged to seek permission of instructor.
1330:T   WEISS 212
MUAC 436-01 Composition Studies II: Portfolio and Project
Instructor: Douglas Buchanan
Course Description:
Permission of Instructor Required Drawing on the experience gained in MUAC 435 students will revise and refine works created earlier in their previous composition courses to achieve a polished portfolio of works for a variety of instruments, ensembles, and media. Students will also continue to develop new works of greater depth and sophistication. When possible and at the discretion of the professor and the director of the relevant ensemble(s), a work will be read, recorded, and possibly performed. This class is required for all composition students undertaking Honors and recommended for seniors who wish to continue their composition work achieved in MUAC 435. Prerequisite: MUAC 435 and 401.
1500:R   WEISS 212
MUAC 500-01 Counterpoint II: Advanced
Instructor: Douglas Buchanan
Course Description:
 
Courses Offered in MUEN
Course Code Title/Instructor Meets
MUEN 009-02 College Choir
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Jennifer Blyth
Course Description:
May Not Be Audited.
1700:TR   WEISS 12
MUEN 009-04 Jazz Band
Instructor: Jeffrey Wohlbach
Course Description:
May Not Be Audited.
1900:T   WEISS 108
MUEN 009-05 College-Community Orchestra
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski
Course Description:
May Not Be Audited.
1900:W   WEISS 108
1900:W   WEISS 12
1900:W   WEISS 221
1900:W   WEISS 235
MUEN 009-06 Chamber Music
Instructor: Michael Cameron
Course Description:
May Not Be Audited.
1700:M  
Courses Offered in MUPS
Course Code Title/Instructor Meets
MUPS 111-01 Piano Class
Instructor: Brian Rotz, Jennifer Blyth
Course Description:
Permission of Instructor Required No Additional Fee / May Not be Audited Introduction to piano technique and keyboard fundamentals in a group setting. Recommended for all students wanting to learn piano at Dickinson (including music majors) with little or no prior experience. Course content includes both group and solo playing, individual practice sessions, basic music notation, listening assignments, and required concert attendance.
1600:TR   WEISS 313
MUPS 111-02 Vocal Technique Class
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Elizabeth Shoenfelt
Course Description:
Personal Audition and Permission of Instructor Required No Additional Fee / May Not be Audited An introduction to vocal technique in a group setting. Course content includes voice physiology, IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet), one private lesson, required in class performances, student critiques, and voice concert attendance. Interested students should email Prof. James Martin to set up an audition.
1600:MW   WEISS 12
1600:M   WEISS 212
1600:W   WEISS 235
MUPS 111-03 Guitar Class
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, James Hontz
Course Description:
Permission of Instructor Required No Additional Fee / May Not be Audited Introduction to plectrum and finger style guitar technique in a group setting. Recommended for all students wanting to learn guitar at Dickinson with little or not prior experience and for those music majors or future music majors with no guitar experience. Course content includes both group and solo playing, individual practice sessions, music notation, listening assignments, fretboard theory, basic musicianship and required concert attendance. While the emphasis in reading will be on standard notation, tableture and chord chart diagrams will also be explored.
1500:T   WEISS 221
MUPS 113-11 Bassoon (1st semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Kimberly Buchar Nolet
Course Description:
Permission of Instructor Required / Additional Fee Required Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 113-12 Cello (1st semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Michael Cameron
Course Description:
Permission of Instructor Required / Additional Fee Required Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 113-13 Clarinet (1st semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Jihoon Chang
Course Description:
Permission of Instructor Required / Additional Fee Required Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 113-14 Bass: String/Upright (1st semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Brian Krauss
Course Description:
Permission of Instructor Required / Additional Fee Required Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 113-15 Flute (1st semester)
Instructor: Alyssa Schwartz, Amy Wlodarski
Course Description:
Permission of Instructor Required / Additional Fee Required Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 113-16 French Horn (1st semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Tyler Ogilvie
Course Description:
Permission of Instructor Required / Additional Fee Required Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 113-17 Guitar (1st semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, James Hontz
Course Description:
Permission of Instructor Required / Additional Fee Required Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 113-18 Harp (1st semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Ruth Hunter
Course Description:
Permission of Instructor Required / Additional Fee Required Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 113-19 Harpsichord (1st semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Brian Rotz
Course Description:
Permission of Instructor Required / Additional Fee Required Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 113-20 Jazz Piano (1st semester)
Instructor: Gregory Strohman, Jennifer Blyth
Course Description:
Permission of Instructor Required / Additional Fee Required Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 113-21 Oboe (1st semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Jill Hoffmann
Course Description:
Permission of Instructor Required / Additional Fee Required Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 113-22 Organ (1st semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Brian Rotz
Course Description:
Permission of Instructor Required / Additional Fee Required Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 113-23 Percussion (1st semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, David Zygmunt
Course Description:
Permission of Instructor Required / Additional Fee Required Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 113-24 Piano (1st semester)
Instructor: Andrea Sokol-Albert, Elizabeth Etnoyer, Eun Ae Baik-Kim, Gregory Strohman, Jennifer Blyth
Course Description:
Permission of Instructor Required / Additional Fee Required Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 113-25 Saxophone (1st semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Jihoon Chang
Course Description:
Permission of Instructor Required / Additional Fee Required Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 113-26 Trombone (1st semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Gregory Strohman
Course Description:
Permission of Instructor Required / Additional Fee Required Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 113-27 Trumpet (1st semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Jeffrey Wohlbach
Course Description:
Permission of Instructor Required / Additional Fee Required Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 113-28 Tuba/Euphonium (1st semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Gregory Strohman
Course Description:
Permission of Instructor Required / Additional Fee Required Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 113-29 Violin/Viola (1st semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Blanka Bednarz, Daniel Brye
Course Description:
Permission of Instructor Required / Additional Fee Required Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 113-30 Voice (1st semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Elizabeth Shoenfelt, James Martin, Jonathan Hays
Course Description:
Permission of Instructor Required / Additional Fee Required Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 113-31 Mallet Percussion (1st Semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, David Zygmunt
Course Description:
Permission of Instructor Required / Additional Fee Required Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 113-32 Bass: Electric (1st semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Brian Krauss
Course Description:
Permission of Instructor Required / Additional Fee Required Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 113-33 Jazz Improvisation (1st Semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Gregory Strohman
Course Description:
Permission of Instructor Required / Additional Fee Required Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 114-11 Bassoon (2nd semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Kimberly Buchar Nolet
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 114-12 Cello (2nd semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Michael Cameron
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 114-13 Clarinet (2nd semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Jihoon Chang
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 114-14 Bass: String/Upright (2nd semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Brian Krauss
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 114-15 Flute (2nd semester)
Instructor: Alyssa Schwartz, Amy Wlodarski
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 114-16 French Horn (2nd semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Tyler Ogilvie
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 114-17 Guitar (2nd semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, James Hontz
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 114-18 Harp (2nd semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Ruth Hunter
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 114-19 Harpsichord (2nd semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Brian Rotz
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 114-20 Jazz Piano (2nd semester)
Instructor: Gregory Strohman, Jennifer Blyth
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 114-21 Oboe (2nd semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Jill Hoffmann
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 114-22 Organ (2nd semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Brian Rotz
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 114-23 Percussion (2nd semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, David Zygmunt
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 114-24 Piano (2nd semester)
Instructor: Andrea Sokol-Albert, Elizabeth Etnoyer, Eun Ae Baik-Kim, Gregory Strohman, Jennifer Blyth
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 114-25 Saxophone (2nd semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Jihoon Chang
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 114-26 Trombone (2nd semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Gregory Strohman
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 114-27 Trumpet (2nd semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Jeffrey Wohlbach
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 114-28 Tuba/Euphonium (2nd semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Gregory Strohman
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 114-29 Violin/Viola (2nd semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Blanka Bednarz, Daniel Brye
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 114-30 Voice (2nd semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Elizabeth Shoenfelt, James Martin, Jonathan Hays
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 114-31 Mallet Percussion (2nd Semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, David Zygmunt
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 114-32 Bass: Electric (2nd semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Brian Krauss
Course Description:
Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 114-33 Jazz Improvisation (2nd Semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Gregory Strohman
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to all students who demonstrate some acquaintance with musical notation, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the basic level. One-half or one course each semester. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 213-11 Bassoon (3rd semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Kimberly Buchar Nolet
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 213-12 Cello (3rd semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Michael Cameron
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 213-13 Clairnet (3rd semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Jihoon Chang
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 213-14 Bass: String/Upright (3rd semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Brian Krauss
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 213-15 Flute (3rd semester)
Instructor: Alyssa Schwartz, Amy Wlodarski
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 213-16 French Horn (3rd semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Tyler Ogilvie
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 213-17 Guitar (3rd semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, James Hontz
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 213-18 Harp (3rd semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Ruth Hunter
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 213-19 Harpsichord (3rd semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Brian Rotz
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 213-20 Jazz Piano (3rd semester)
Instructor: Gregory Strohman, Jennifer Blyth
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 213-21 Oboe (3rd semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Jill Hoffmann
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 213-22 Organ (3rd semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Brian Rotz
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 213-23 Percussion (3rd semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, David Zygmunt
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 213-24 Piano (3rd semester)
Instructor: Andrea Sokol-Albert, Elizabeth Etnoyer, Eun Ae Baik-Kim, Gregory Strohman, Jennifer Blyth
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 213-25 Saxophone (3rd semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Jihoon Chang
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 213-26 Trombone (3rd semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Gregory Strohman
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 213-27 Trumpet (3rd semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Jeffrey Wohlbach
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 213-28 Tuba/Euphonium (3rd semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Gregory Strohman
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 213-29 Violin/Viola (3rd semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Blanka Bednarz, Daniel Brye
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 213-30 Voice (3rd semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Elizabeth Shoenfelt, James Martin, Jonathan Hays
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 213-31 Mallet Percussion (3rd Semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, David Zygmunt
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 213-32 Bass: Electric (3rd semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Brian Krauss
Course Description:
Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 213-33 Jazz Improvisation (3rd Semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Gregory Strohman
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 214-11 Bassoon (4th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Kimberly Buchar Nolet
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 214-12 Cello (4th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Michael Cameron
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 214-13 Clarinet (4th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Jihoon Chang
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 214-14 Bass: String/Upright (4th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Brian Krauss
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 214-15 Flute (4th semester)
Instructor: Alyssa Schwartz, Amy Wlodarski
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 214-16 French Horn (4th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Tyler Ogilvie
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 214-17 Guitar (4th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, James Hontz
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 214-18 Harp (4th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Ruth Hunter
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 214-19 Harpsichord (4th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Brian Rotz
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 214-20 Jazz Piano (4th semester)
Instructor: Gregory Strohman, Jennifer Blyth
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 214-21 Oboe (4th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Jill Hoffmann
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 214-22 Organ (4th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Brian Rotz
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 214-23 Percussion (4th semster)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, David Zygmunt
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 214-24 Piano (4th semester)
Instructor: Andrea Sokol-Albert, Elizabeth Etnoyer, Eun Ae Baik-Kim, Gregory Strohman, Jennifer Blyth
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 214-25 Saxophone (4th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Jihoon Chang
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 214-26 Trombone (4th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Gregory Strohman
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 214-27 Trumpet (4th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Jeffrey Wohlbach
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 214-28 Tuba/Euphonium (4th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Gregory Strohman
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 214-29 Violin/Viola (4th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Blanka Bednarz, Daniel Brye
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 214-30 Voice (4th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Elizabeth Shoenfelt, James Martin, Jonathan Hays
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 214-31 Mallet Percussion (4th Semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, David Zygmunt
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 214-32 Bass: Electric (4th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Brian Krauss
Course Description:
Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 214-33 Jazz Improvisation (4th Semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Gregory Strohman
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to students who demonstrate a basic technique, and who should continue to study voice or an instrument at the intermediate level. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 114 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 223-01 Performance Studies II (Performance Emphasis)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Blanka Bednarz, James Martin, Jihoon Chang
Course Description:
Permission of Instructor Required. Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for music majors with a performance emphasis. One credit course each semester (MUPS 223-224). May be taken out of sequence. Prerequisite: MUPS 111 or 113, 114, permission of the instructor and director of performance studies.
 
MUPS 224-01 Performance Studies II (Performance Emphasis)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Blanka Bednarz, James Martin, Jihoon Chang
Course Description:
Permission of Instructor Required. Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for music majors with a performance emphasis; culminates in required Upper Divisional juried performance exam. One credit course each semester (MUPS 223-224). May be taken out of sequence. Prerequisites: MUPS 111 or 113, 114 or 223, permission of the instructor and director of performance studies. Offered every semester.
 
MUPS 313-11 Bassoon (5th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Kimberly Buchar Nolet
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 313-12 Cello (5th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Michael Cameron
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 313-13 Clarinet (5th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Jihoon Chang
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 313-14 Bass: String/Upright (5th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Brian Krauss
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 313-15 Flute (5th semester)
Instructor: Alyssa Schwartz, Amy Wlodarski, Jocelyn Goranson
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 313-16 French Horn (5th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Tyler Ogilvie
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 313-17 Guitar (5th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, James Hontz
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 313-18 Harp (5th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Ruth Hunter
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 313-19 Harpsichord (5th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Brian Rotz
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 313-20 Jazz Piano (5th semester)
Instructor: Gregory Strohman, Jennifer Blyth
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 313-21 Oboe (5th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Jill Hoffmann
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 313-22 Organ (5th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Brian Rotz
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 313-23 Percussion (5th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, David Zygmunt
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 313-24 Piano (5th semester)
Instructor: Andrea Sokol-Albert, Elizabeth Etnoyer, Eun Ae Baik-Kim, Gregory Strohman, Jennifer Blyth
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 313-25 Saxophone (5th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Jihoon Chang
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 313-26 Trombone (5th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Gregory Strohman
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 313-27 Trumpet (5th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Jeffrey Wohlbach
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 313-28 Tuba/Euphonium (5th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Gregory Strohman
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 313-29 Violin/Viola (5th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Blanka Bednarz, Daniel Brye
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 313-30 Voice (5th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Elizabeth Shoenfelt, James Martin, Jonathan Hays
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 313-31 Mallet Percussion (5th Semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, David Zygmunt
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 313-32 Bass: Electric (5th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Brian Krauss
Course Description:
Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 313-33 Jazz Improvisation (5th Semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Gregory Strohman
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 314-11 Bassoon (6th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Kimberly Buchar Nolet
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 314-12 Cello (6th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Michael Cameron
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 314-13 Clarinet (6th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Jihoon Chang
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 314-14 Bass: String/Upright (6th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Brian Krauss
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 314-15 Flute (6th semester)
Instructor: Alyssa Schwartz, Amy Wlodarski
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 314-16 French Horn (6th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Tyler Ogilvie
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 314-17 Guitar (6th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, James Hontz
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 314-18 Harp (6th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Ruth Hunter
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 314-19 Harpsichord (6th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Brian Rotz
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 314-20 Jazz Piano (6th semester)
Instructor: Gregory Strohman, Jennifer Blyth
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 314-21 Oboe (6th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Jill Hoffmann
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 314-22 Organ (6th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Brian Rotz
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 314-23 Percussion (6th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, David Zygmunt
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 314-24 Piano (6th semester)
Instructor: Andrea Sokol-Albert, Elizabeth Etnoyer, Eun Ae Baik-Kim, Gregory Strohman, Jennifer Blyth
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 314-25 Saxophone (6th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Jihoon Chang
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 314-26 Trombone (6th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Gregory Strohman
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 314-27 Trumpet (6th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Jeffrey Wohlbach
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 314-28 Tuba/Ephonium (6th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Gregory Strohman
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 314-29 Violin/Viola (6th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Blanka Bednarz, Daniel Brye
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 314-30 Voice (6th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Elizabeth Shoenfelt, James Martin, Jonathan Hays
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 314-31 Mallet Percussion (6th Semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, David Zygmunt
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 314-32 Bass: Electric (6th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Brian Krauss
Course Description:
Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 314-33 Jazz Improvisation (6th Semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Gregory Strohman
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study open to non-majors and majors with a performance emphasis, who demonstrate a fully developed technical skill and who should continue study on the advanced level. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. One-half or one course credit each semester. Prerequisite: 214 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 323-01 Performance Studies III (Performance Emphasis, with junior recital)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Blanka Bednarz, James Martin, Jihoon Chang
Course Description:
Permission of Instructor Required Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time (with the exception of Reading Day). A two-semester sequence of private study for music majors with a performance emphasis, culminating in a public junior recital (324) that includes a variety of musical styles and, for vocalists, a variety of languages. A recital hearing is required at the end of 323 to determine if the student is prepared for the required junior recital (324).One course each semester; may be taken out of sequence. Prerequisite for 323: successful Upper Divisional Performance exam at the end of 224, permission of the instructor and director of performance studies. Prerequisite for 324: successful recital hearing at the end of 323, permission of the instructor and director of performance studies.
 
MUPS 324-01 Performance Studies III (Performance Emphasis, with junior recital)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Blanka Bednarz, James Martin, Jihoon Chang
Course Description:
Permission of Instructor Required Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. A two-semester sequence of private study for music majors with a performance emphasis, culminating in a public junior recital (324) that includes a variety of musical styles and, for vocalists, a variety of languages. A recital hearing is required at the end of 323 to determine if the student is prepared for the required junior recital (324).One course each semester; may be taken out of sequence. Prerequisite for 323: successful Upper Divisional Performance exam at the end of 224, permission of the instructor and director of performance studies. Prerequisite for 324: successful recital hearing at the end of 323, permission of the instructor and director of performance studies.
 
MUPS 413-11 Bassoon (7th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Kimberly Buchar Nolet
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 413-12 Cello (7th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Michael Cameron
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 413-13 Clarinet (7th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Jihoon Chang
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 413-14 Bass: String/Upright (7th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Brian Krauss
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 413-15 Flute (7th semester)
Instructor: Alyssa Schwartz, Amy Wlodarski
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 413-16 French Horn (7th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Tyler Ogilvie
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 413-17 Guitar (7th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, James Hontz
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 413-18 Harp (7th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Ruth Hunter
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 413-19 Harpischord (7th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Brian Rotz
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 413-20 Jazz Piano (7th semester)
Instructor: Gregory Strohman, Jennifer Blyth
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 413-21 Oboe (7th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Jill Hoffmann
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 413-22 Organ (7th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Brian Rotz
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 413-23 Percussion (7th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, David Zygmunt
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 413-24 Piano (7th semester)
Instructor: Andrea Sokol-Albert, Elizabeth Etnoyer, Eun Ae Baik-Kim, Gregory Strohman, Jennifer Blyth
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 413-25 Saxophone (7th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Jihoon Chang
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 413-26 Trombone (7th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Gregory Strohman
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 413-27 Trumpet (7th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Jeffrey Wohlbach
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 413-28 Tuba/Euphonium (7th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Gregory Strohman
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 413-29 Violin/Viola (7th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Blanka Bednarz, Daniel Brye
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 413-30 Voice (7th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Elizabeth Shoenfelt, James Martin, Jonathan Hays
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 413-31 Mallet Percussion (7th Semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, David Zygmunt
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 413-32 Bass: Electric (7th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Brian Krauss
Course Description:
Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 413-33 Jazz Improvisation (7th Semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Gregory Strohman
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 414-11 Bassoon (8th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Kimberly Buchar Nolet
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 414-12 Cello (8th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Michael Cameron
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 414-13 Clarinet (8th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Jihoon Chang
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 414-14 Bass: String/Upright (8th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Brian Krauss
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 414-15 Flute (8th semester)
Instructor: Alyssa Schwartz, Amy Wlodarski
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 414-16 French Horn (8th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Tyler Ogilvie
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 414-17 Guitar (8th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, James Hontz
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 414-18 Harp (8th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Ruth Hunter
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 414-19 Harpsichord (8th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Brian Rotz
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 414-20 Jazz Piano (8th semester)
Instructor: Gregory Strohman, Jennifer Blyth
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 414-21 Oboe (8th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Jill Hoffmann
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 414-22 Organ (8th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Brian Rotz
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 414-23 Percussion (8th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, David Zygmunt
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 414-24 Piano (8th semester)
Instructor: Andrea Sokol-Albert, Elizabeth Etnoyer, Eun Ae Baik-Kim, Gregory Strohman, Jennifer Blyth
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 414-25 Saxophone (8th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Jihoon Chang
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 414-26 Trombone (8th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Gregory Strohman
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 414-27 Trumpet (8th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Jeffrey Wohlbach
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 414-28 Tuba/Euphonium (8th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Gregory Strohman
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 414-29 Violin/Viola (8th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Blanka Bednarz, Daniel Brye
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 414-30 Voice (8th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Elizabeth Shoenfelt, James Martin, Jonathan Hays
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 414-31 Mallet Percussion (8th Semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, David Zygmunt
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 414-32 Bass: Electric (8th semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Brian Krauss
Course Description:
Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 414-33 Jazz Improvisation (8th Semester)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Gregory Strohman
Course Description:
Additional Fee Required / Scholarships Are Available / May Not Be Audited Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. Private study for non-majors or majors without a performance emphasis who will continue study at an advanced level. Prerequisite: 314 and permission of the instructor.
 
MUPS 423-01 Performance Studies IV (Performance Emphasis, with senior recital)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Blanka Bednarz, James Martin
Course Description:
Permission of Instructor Required Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. A two-semester sequence of private study for senior music majors with a performance emphasis, culminating in a public senior recital (MUPS 424) that includes a variety of musical styles and, for vocalists, a variety of languages. The course content of MUPS 423 is the research, selection and preparation of the solo recital repertoire for the senior recital (MUPS 424). The culmination of MUPS 423 is an annotated bibliography and written program notes (about the composers, genres, poets, and other relevant information), to be published in the recital program booklet (MUPS 424) One course each semester. Must be taken in sequence within the same academic year. Prerequisite for MUPS 423: MUPS 324, permission of the instructor and director of performance studies. Prerequisite for MUPS 424: MUPS 423, including successful completion of annotated bibliography, written program notes, and Recital Hearing at the end of MUPS 423; permission of the instructor and director of performance studies.
 
MUPS 424-01 Performance Studies IV (Performance Emphasis, with senior recital)
Instructor: Amy Wlodarski, Blanka Bednarz, James Martin
Course Description:
Permission of Instructor Required Students who register for Performance Studies courses (MUPS) must commit to their availability during the first Monday through Friday of Final Exam week, because the Final exams ("juries") for MUPS Courses take place each semester during that time. A two-semester sequence of private study for senior music majors with a performance emphasis, culminating in a public senior recital (MUPS 424) that includes a variety of musical styles and, for vocalists, a variety of languages. The course content of MUPS 423 is the research, selection and preparation of the solo recital repertoire for the senior recital (MUPS 424). The culmination of MUPS 423 is an annotated bibliography and written program notes (about the composers, genres, poets, and other relevant information), to be published in the recital program booklet (MUPS 424) One course each semester. Must be taken in sequence within the same academic year. Prerequisite for MUPS 423: MUPS 324, permission of the instructor and director of performance studies. Prerequisite for MUPS 424: MUPS 423, including successful completion of annotated bibliography, written program notes, and Recital Hearing at the end of MUPS 423; permission of the instructor and director of performance studies.