Fall 2022

Course Code Title/Instructor Meets
MUAC 100-01 Music and Propaganda
Instructor: Lena Leson
Course Description:
Music can convey a wealth of meaningsthrough the context of its creation, text, setting and performers, or our associations with similar musical sounds. Because of this, music has proven a powerful but imprecise tool for propaganda. This course will explore musics role in the Cold War, a decades-long conflict for global supremacy dominated by the Soviet Union and the United States. Students will examine the diverse genres of music used for propaganda during the Cold War and develop skills to analyze that musics impact, debunking some popular myths about musics role in the Cold War along the way. The ability to read music is not required for this course and people who identify as non-musicians are welcome and encouraged.
10:30 AM-11:20 AM, MWF
WEISS 235
MUAC 101-01 Early Musical Migrations
Instructor: Ellen Gray
Course Description:
What did the past sound like? What kinds of music did people dance to, worship with, celebrate with, protest with? What musical instruments were used and how were they made? Who participated in music-making, composing, and listening and what did gender, race, or religion have to do with it? How did musical forms shapeshift as people migrated, traveled, conquered, colonized, or were forcibly displaced? How did new musical forms emerge in moments of encounter? These are just some of the questions that this interdisciplinary course will explore. Students will investigate select musical worlds from 900-1750 from the areas now known as Europe and the Americas. Students will acquire skills in critical listening. The ability to read music is not required for this course and non-musicians are welcome and encouraged.
01:30 PM-02:45 PM, MR
WEISS 235
MUAC 115-01 Keys to Music 1: Overture
Instructor: Jim Hontz
Course Description:
This gateway into the world of music through Western musical practice is your first step on a lifelong journey with music. From reading notes, to singing and being able to identify what you hear, we will learn the vocabulary and ways that you can notate the music of your imagination - all while learning to appreciate the richly diverse world of music. Whether you have a song in your heart or a seed for a symphony, it all starts here. It's the basics of music, but it's just the beginning. Emphasis is upon the acquisition of musical literacy grounded in a thorough knowledge of Western music notation. The course is intended for non-majors with little or no theory background, and for minors and majors as preparation for MUAC 125. Offered every semester.
03:00 PM-04:15 PM, MR
WEISS 221
MUAC 125-01 Keys to Music 2: Sacred Roots
Instructor: Robert Pound, Greg Strohman
Course Description:
Cross-listed with RELG 318-01. What are the deepest roots of contemporary music, popular and arcane? In this course, we begin by studying the earliest written music in the Western world. We trace its technical developments from the modal music of the secluded monastery to the contrapuntal complexity of Renaissance musical cathedrals. Doing so, we begin assembling a tool kit for musical performance, composition, and analysis, including modes and the incipience of the major-minor key system. The course includes two fifty-minute classes of aural skills lab each week. This course is cross-listed as RELG 318. Prerequisite: 115, placement exam, or permission of the instructor. Offered every fall semester.
09:30 AM-10:20 AM, MTWRF
WEISS 212
MUAC 131-01 Introduction to the Art of Composition
Instructor: Greg Strohman, Robert Pound
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.
03:00 PM-04:15 PM, R
WEISS 212
MUAC 133-01 Living Music, Modern and Contemporary
Instructor: Greg Strohman, Robert Pound
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. 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.
01:30 PM-02:45 PM, R
WEISS 212
MUAC 206-01 Building the Nation: Music in the United States
Instructor: Lena Leson
Course Description:
This course explores the history of music in the United States, analyzing the ways in which composition, performance, and criticism have defined and contested the nations identity. The course considers not only the diverse ways by which identity can be represented in music, but also the ways music is employed in US politics, religious life, social and labor movements, wartime conflicts, protest, and more. Examining a wide variety of musical traditions, this course fosters critical listening skills (i.e., how do I listen to jazz?), and explores points of connection between musical genres that are often viewed as being on opposite sides of the "high/low" art divide (classical, religious, folk, blues, jazz, pop, rock, hip hop). The ability to read music is not required for this course and people who identify as non-musicians are welcome and encouraged.
09:00 AM-10:15 AM, TR
WEISS 221
MUAC 210-01 It’s a Hip Hop World: The Rise and Implications of Hip Hop Beyond the US
Instructor: Nadia Alahmed
Course Description:
Cross-listed with AFST 220-03.This course will explore Hip Hop as a global phenomenon and its contributions to articulations of cultural, racial identities and its contributions to social change movements. The course will focus on the genesis and evolution of Black American hip hop from the late 1970s until present. It will outline some of the major cultural, aesthetic and political forces that propelled its emergence and ideological matrix, especially Black Arts and Black Power movements. It will reveal not only cultural and artistic legacies but also social and structural implications for Black institutions, class and politics. We will explore the role of hip hop as a platform for articulations of black politics on social change, class, capitalism, feminism, Queerness and self-determination. Even though the focus will be made on Black American hip hop, the course will also address the rise and impact of hip hop in Africa (Ghana, Morocco), Eastern Europe and Middle East (especially Palestinian hip hop).
10:30 AM-11:45 AM, TR
ALTHSE 110
MUAC 221-01 Music, Film, and Video Games
Instructor: Robert Pound, Lena Leson
Course Description:
Cross-listed with FMST 210-02. Music has been a central participant in western digital storytelling, whether movies, music videos, or video games, since the technological advances of nineteenth-century opera. Through critical reading, listening, and viewing, students will become familiar with influential theories of musical representation, common compositional strategies for scene-building, and analytical modes of criticism and interpretation. As a final project, students will present a historicized reading of one key film scene in the form of a videocast. The ability to read music is not required for this course and non-musicians are welcome and encouraged. This course is cross-listed as FMST 210.
01:30 PM-02:45 PM, TF
ALTHSE 106
MUAC 231-01 Keep the Peace, Spare the Clash: Basic Composing, Note against Note
Instructor: Greg Strohman, Robert Pound
Course Description:
Permission of Instructor Required. Two or more musicians, equal in importance, have to agree to some basic principles so as to make beautiful sonorities together and not merely clash in chaos. One such set of rules is the 500-year-old Western practice of counterpoint, the art and technique of combining multiple parts to create well-organized sounds and not sonic disorder. In this class, students learn to use this compositional technique, composing short etudes and studying 15th-18th-Century composers and repertoire as models. Each semester culminates in a short contrapuntal work for 2, 3, or 4 voices. 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.
03:00 PM-04:15 PM, R
WEISS 212
MUAC 233-01 Living Music, Modern and Contemporary
Instructor: Greg Strohman, Robert Pound
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. 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: 133.
01:30 PM-02:45 PM, R
WEISS 212
MUAC 245-01 Keys to Music 4: Desire and Discord
Instructor: Greg Strohman, Jennifer Blyth
Course Description:
Drama, fantasy, desire, tragedy, the supernatural, and virtuosity take center stage in the evolution of chromatic harmony as Romantic composers move away from the elegant, formal, constraint of the Classical period. Larger-than-life imagination permeates the Western works of the 19th Century paving the way for the sounds now so integral to the film and cinematic world. Through critical reading and analysis we delve into serpentine chord progressions, endless melody and epic-scaled forms to unlock the principles behind the music of gods and demons, love and vengeance, desire and death, all of which inevitably push the major/minor system to the brink of dissolution. The course includes two fifty-minute classes of aural skills lab each week. Prerequisite: MUAC 126, placement exam, or permission of the instructor. Offered every fall semester.
10:30 AM-11:20 AM, MTWRF
WEISS 212
MUAC 331-01 Intermediate Composition Lessons: Composing with Electronic Media
Instructor: Robert Pound, Greg Strohman
Course Description:
Permission of Instructor Required. Drawing on the experience gained in MUAC 231/232, students will learn to compose original works for solo instruments, small chamber ensembles, and electronic media in one-on-one study. Emphasis will be placed on developing original solutions to compositional problems and challenges and to incorporating technology in compositional works and practice. When possible, the works will be read and/or performed and recorded.Prerequisite: MUAC 126, and 231 or 232, and 233 and permission of the instructor
03:00 PM-04:15 PM, R
WEISS 212
MUAC 333-01 Living Music, Modern and Contemporary
Instructor: Greg Strohman, Robert Pound
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. 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.
01:30 PM-02:45 PM, R
WEISS 212
MUAC 335-01 Composition Studies I: Orchestration
Instructor: Doug Buchanan, Robert Pound
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 and permission of instructor.
03:00 PM-04:15 PM, R
WEISS 212
MUAC 401-01 Senior Colloquium
Instructor: Robert Pound
Course Description:
The senior colloquium brings majors together in the final year of their coursework and provides them with a forum by which to research, develop, and execute their capstone projects within the major. Students in the musical studies emphasis will collaboratively determine and design a culminating project (e.g., residency or concert curation; poster or digital humanities presentation) based on original research and analysis. The culminating project for students in the Music History/Theory Emphasis is a research paper. The culminating project for students in Music Performance Emphasis is research producing an annotated bibliography and program notes for the senior recital. The culminating project for students in the Music Composition Emphasis is a substantial essay on their influences, composition process, aesthetic outlook, and creative goals for their compositions. All students will present their senior work in a 15 - 20 min public lecture/recital known as the annual Music Majors Colloquium. Prerequisites: MUAC 101, 102, 125, 126. Students in Music Performance Emphasis must take concurrently with 423. Students in Music Composition Emphasis must take concurrently with 435.
01:30 PM-04:30 PM, W
WEISS 212
Courses Offered in MUEN
Course Code Title/Instructor Meets
MUEN 009-02 College Choir
Instructor: Lisa Turchi
Course Description:
May Not Be Audited.Each year, the College Choir performs two concerts featuring a diverse and moving range of international choral music that reflects Dickinsons global mindset and intercultural practice. In recent years, the choir has sung in over thirteen languagesincluding Arabic, Hebrew, Chinese, Japanese, and Koreanand presented innovative programs to address current social and political concerns. The choir also regularly collaborates with other student ensemblessuch as the Dickinson Orchestra, the Jazz Ensemble, and the Dance Theater Groupas well as professional institutions in our area. All studentsregardless of majorare encouraged to contact the director for an audition.
05:00 PM-06:15 PM, TR
WEISS 12
05:00 PM-06:15 PM, TR
WEISS 108
MUEN 009-04 Jazz Band
Instructor: Jeff Wohlbach
Course Description:
May Not Be Audited.Will work on individual improvisation techiniques, prepare big band selections for a video presentation, will also invite guest artists to work with the students on music and technique.
07:00 PM-09:15 PM, T
WEISS 221
07:00 PM-09:15 PM, T
WEISS 108
07:00 PM-09:15 PM, T
WEISS 12
07:00 PM-09:15 PM, T
WEISS 235
MUEN 009-05 College-Community Orchestra
Instructor: Robert Pound
Course Description:
May Not Be Audited.The Dickinson Orchestra engages music majors, non-majors, community members, and faculty in the exhilarating and edifying process of rehearsing and performing some of the most inspiring and revered orchestral works of the last 300 years. Participation in orchestra builds skills of analytical and critical listening, time management, discipline, concentration, teamwork, and sight-reading. Participants gain insight into the interpretive process and elements of style. Rehearsals culminate in one performance each semester. The spring concert features the winner of the Annual Student Concerto Competition. Programs frequently feature faculty soloists and have included symphonies by Beethoven and Tchaikovsky, requiems by Mozart and Faure, and Handels Messiah, as well as contemporary monuments such as Joan Tower's For the Uncommon Woman, and Joseph Schwantner's New Morning for the World.
07:00 PM-09:15 PM, W
WEISS 12
07:00 PM-09:15 PM, W
WEISS 221
07:00 PM-09:15 PM, W
WEISS 235
07:00 PM-09:15 PM, W
WEISS 108
MUEN 009-06 Chamber Music
Instructor: Michael Cameron
Course Description:
May Not Be Audited.

Courses Offered in MUPS
Course Code Title/Instructor Meets
MUPS 111-01 Piano Class
Instructor: Robert Pound, Jennifer Blyth, Elizabeth Etnoyer
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.
03:00 PM-03:40 PM, TR
WEISS 313
MUPS 111-02 Vocal Technique Class
Instructor: Robert Pound, Lisa Turchi
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.
04:00 PM-04:40 PM, MW
WEISS 235
04:00 PM-04:40 PM, MW
WEISS 12
MUPS 111-03 Guitar Class
Instructor: Jim Hontz, Robert Pound
Course Description:
Permission of Instructor RequiredStudents will need access to a guitar. Contact the instructor for more information. 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.
04:30 PM-05:45 PM, M
WEISS 221
MUPS 111-04 Piano Class
Instructor: Elizabeth Etnoyer, Robert Pound, 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.
03:00 PM-03:40 PM, WF
WEISS 313
MUPS 111-05 Strings Class
Instructor: Robert Pound, Michael Cameron
Course Description:
Permission of Instructor Required No Additional Fee / May Not be Audited
04:30 PM-05:10 PM, TF
WEISS 221
MUPS 113-11 Bassoon (1st semester)
Instructor: Robert Pound, 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: Robert Pound, 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: Robert Pound, 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: Robert Pound, 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: Robert Pound, Jocelyn Goranson
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: Robert Pound, Grace Salyards
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: Jim Hontz, Robert Pound
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: Ruth Hunter, Robert Pound
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: Brian Rotz, Robert Pound
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: Robert Pound, Greg 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 113-21 Oboe (1st semester)
Instructor: Jill Hoffmann, Robert Pound
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: Brian Rotz, Robert Pound
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: David Zygmunt, Robert Pound
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: Jennifer Blyth, Elizabeth Etnoyer, Eun Ae Kim, Greg Strohman, Andi Sokol-Albert
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: Robert Pound, 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: Greg Strohman, Robert Pound
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: Jeff Wohlbach, Robert Pound
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: Robert Pound, Greg 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: Robert Pound, 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: Elizabeth Shoenfelt, Timothy Lupia, James Martin, Robert Pound, Lisa Turchi
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: David Zygmunt, Robert Pound
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: Brian Krauss, Otto Kuehrmann, Robert Pound
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: Robert Pound, Greg 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: Kimberly Buchar Nolet, Robert Pound
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: for Voice and guitar: MUPS 111 or MUPS 113 or permission of Instructor. For piano: MUPS 113 or permission of the instructor.

MUPS 114-12 Cello (2nd semester)
Instructor: Michael Cameron, Robert Pound
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: for Voice and guitar: MUPS 111 or MUPS 113 or permission of Instructor. For piano: MUPS 113 or permission of the instructor.

MUPS 114-13 Clarinet (2nd semester)
Instructor: Robert Pound, 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: for Voice and guitar: MUPS 111 or MUPS 113 or permission of Instructor. For piano: MUPS 113 or permission of the instructor.

MUPS 114-14 Bass: String/Upright (2nd semester)
Instructor: Robert Pound, 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: for Voice and guitar: MUPS 111 or MUPS 113 or permission of Instructor. For piano: MUPS 113 or permission of the instructor.

MUPS 114-15 Flute (2nd semester)
Instructor: Jocelyn Goranson, Robert Pound
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: for Voice and guitar: MUPS 111 or MUPS 113 or permission of Instructor. For piano: MUPS 113 or permission of the instructor.

MUPS 114-16 French Horn (2nd semester)
Instructor: Robert Pound, Grace Salyards
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: for Voice and guitar: MUPS 111 or MUPS 113 or permission of Instructor. For piano: MUPS 113 or permission of the instructor.

MUPS 114-17 Guitar (2nd semester)
Instructor: Jim Hontz, Robert Pound
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: for Voice and guitar: MUPS 111 or MUPS 113 or permission of Instructor. For piano: MUPS 113 or permission of the instructor.

MUPS 114-18 Harp (2nd semester)
Instructor: Ruth Hunter, Robert Pound
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: for Voice and guitar: MUPS 111 or MUPS 113 or permission of Instructor. For piano: MUPS 113 or permission of the instructor.

MUPS 114-19 Harpsichord (2nd semester)
Instructor: Brian Rotz, Robert Pound
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: for Voice and guitar: MUPS 111 or MUPS 113 or permission of Instructor. For piano: MUPS 113 or permission of the instructor.

MUPS 114-20 Jazz Piano (2nd semester)
Instructor: Robert Pound, Greg 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: for Voice and guitar: MUPS 111 or MUPS 113 or permission of Instructor. For piano: MUPS 113 or permission of the instructor.

MUPS 114-21 Oboe (2nd semester)
Instructor: Robert Pound, 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: for Voice and guitar: MUPS 111 or MUPS 113 or permission of Instructor. For piano: MUPS 113 or permission of the instructor.

MUPS 114-22 Organ (2nd semester)
Instructor: Robert Pound, 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: for Voice and guitar: MUPS 111 or MUPS 113 or permission of Instructor. For piano: MUPS 113 or permission of the instructor.

MUPS 114-23 Percussion (2nd semester)
Instructor: David Zygmunt, Robert Pound
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: for Voice and guitar: MUPS 111 or MUPS 113 or permission of Instructor. For piano: MUPS 113 or permission of the instructor.

MUPS 114-24 Piano (2nd semester)
Instructor: Jennifer Blyth, Andi Sokol-Albert, Elizabeth Etnoyer, Eun Ae Kim, Greg 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: for Voice and guitar: MUPS 111 or MUPS 113 or permission of Instructor. For piano: MUPS 113 or permission of the instructor.

MUPS 114-25 Saxophone (2nd semester)
Instructor: Robert Pound, 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: for Voice and guitar: MUPS 111 or MUPS 113 or permission of Instructor. For piano: MUPS 113 or permission of the instructor.

MUPS 114-26 Trombone (2nd semester)
Instructor: Robert Pound, Greg 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: for Voice and guitar: MUPS 111 or MUPS 113 or permission of Instructor. For piano: MUPS 113 or permission of the instructor.

MUPS 114-27 Trumpet (2nd semester)
Instructor: Jeff Wohlbach, Robert Pound
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: for Voice and guitar: MUPS 111 or MUPS 113 or permission of Instructor. For piano: MUPS 113 or permission of the instructor.

MUPS 114-28 Tuba/Euphonium (2nd semester)
Instructor: Greg Strohman, Robert Pound
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: for Voice and guitar: MUPS 111 or MUPS 113 or permission of Instructor. For piano: MUPS 113 or permission of the instructor.

MUPS 114-29 Violin/Viola (2nd semester)
Instructor: Robert Pound, 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: for Voice and guitar: MUPS 111 or MUPS 113 or permission of Instructor. For piano: MUPS 113 or permission of the instructor.

MUPS 114-30 Voice (2nd semester)
Instructor: Timothy Lupia, James Martin, Lisa Turchi, Robert Pound, Elizabeth Shoenfelt
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: for Voice and guitar: MUPS 111 or MUPS 113 or permission of Instructor. For piano: MUPS 113 or permission of the instructor.

MUPS 114-31 Mallet Percussion (2nd Semester)
Instructor: Robert Pound, 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: for Voice and guitar: MUPS 111 or MUPS 113 or permission of Instructor. For piano: MUPS 113 or permission of the instructor.

MUPS 114-32 Bass: Electric (2nd semester)
Instructor: Otto Kuehrmann, Robert Pound, 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: for Voice and guitar: MUPS 111 or MUPS 113 or permission of Instructor. For piano: MUPS 113 or permission of the instructor.

MUPS 114-33 Jazz Improvisation (2nd Semester)
Instructor: Greg Strohman, Robert Pound
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: for Voice and guitar: MUPS 111 or MUPS 113 or permission of Instructor. For piano: MUPS 113 or permission of the instructor.

MUPS 213-11 Bassoon (3rd semester)
Instructor: Robert Pound, 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: Michael Cameron, Robert Pound
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: Robert Pound, 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: Robert Pound, 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: Robert Pound, 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 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: Grace Salyards, Robert Pound
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: Robert Pound, Jim 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: Robert Pound, 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: Robert Pound, 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: Robert Pound, Greg 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 213-21 Oboe (3rd semester)
Instructor: Jill Hoffmann, Robert Pound
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: Brian Rotz, Robert Pound
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: David Zygmunt, Robert Pound
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: Jennifer Blyth, Greg Strohman, Eun Ae Kim, Andi Sokol-Albert, Elizabeth Etnoyer
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: Robert Pound, 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: Robert Pound, Greg 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: Robert Pound, Jeff 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: Greg Strohman, Robert Pound
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: Robert Pound, 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: Timothy Lupia, Lisa Turchi, Robert Pound, James Martin, Elizabeth Shoenfelt
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: Robert Pound, 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: Otto Kuehrmann, Brian Krauss, Robert Pound
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: Greg Strohman, Robert Pound
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: Robert Pound, 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: Michael Cameron, Robert Pound
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: Jihoon Chang, Robert Pound
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: Brian Krauss, Robert Pound
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: Jocelyn Goranson, Robert Pound
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: Robert Pound, Grace Salyards
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: Robert Pound, Jim 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: Robert Pound, 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: Robert Pound, 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: Robert Pound, Greg 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 214-21 Oboe (4th semester)
Instructor: Jill Hoffmann, Robert Pound
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: Brian Rotz, Robert Pound
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: David Zygmunt, Robert Pound
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: Andi Sokol-Albert, Jennifer Blyth, Eun Ae Kim, Greg Strohman, Elizabeth Etnoyer
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: Robert Pound, 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: Robert Pound, Greg 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: Robert Pound, Jeff 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: Robert Pound, Greg 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: Robert Pound, 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: Robert Pound, James Martin, Lisa Turchi, Elizabeth Shoenfelt, Timothy Lupia
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: David Zygmunt, Robert Pound
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: Robert Pound, Otto Kuehrmann, 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: Greg Strohman, Robert Pound
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: Robert Pound, James Martin, Jennifer Blyth
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: Robert Pound, James Martin, Jennifer Blyth
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: Kimberly Buchar Nolet, Robert Pound
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: Robert Pound, 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: Jihoon Chang, Robert Pound
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: Brian Krauss, Robert Pound
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: Jocelyn Goranson, Robert Pound
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: Grace Salyards, Robert Pound
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: Jim Hontz, Robert Pound
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: Ruth Hunter, Robert Pound
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: Robert Pound, 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: Robert Pound, Greg 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 313-21 Oboe (5th semester)
Instructor: Robert Pound, 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: Brian Rotz, Robert Pound
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: Robert Pound, 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: Jennifer Blyth, Robert Pound, Eun Ae Kim, Andi Sokol-Albert, Greg Strohman, Elizabeth Etnoyer
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: Robert Pound, 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: Greg Strohman, Robert Pound
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: Robert Pound, Jeff 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: Greg Strohman, Robert Pound
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: Robert Pound, 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: Lisa Turchi, James Martin, Timothy Lupia, Robert Pound, Elizabeth Shoenfelt
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: Robert Pound, 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: Robert Pound, Otto Kuehrmann, 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: Greg Strohman, Robert Pound
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: Robert Pound, 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: Michael Cameron, Robert Pound
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: Robert Pound, 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: Robert Pound, 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: Robert Pound, 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 314-16 French Horn (6th semester)
Instructor: Robert Pound, Grace Salyards
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: Robert Pound, Jim 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: Ruth Hunter, Robert Pound
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: Brian Rotz, Robert Pound
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: Greg Strohman, Robert Pound
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: Jill Hoffmann, Robert Pound
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: Robert Pound, 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: Robert Pound, 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: Andi Sokol-Albert, Greg Strohman, Robert Pound, Jennifer Blyth, Eun Ae Kim, Elizabeth Etnoyer
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: Robert Pound, 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: Greg Strohman, Robert Pound
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: Robert Pound, Jeff 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: Greg Strohman, Robert Pound
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: Daniel Brye, Robert Pound
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: Elizabeth Shoenfelt, James Martin, Robert Pound, Lisa Turchi, Timothy Lupia
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: Robert Pound, 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: Robert Pound, Brian Krauss, Otto Kuehrmann
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: Greg Strohman, Robert Pound
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: Robert Pound, James Martin, Jennifer Blyth
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: James Martin, Jennifer Blyth, Robert Pound
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: Kimberly Buchar Nolet, Robert Pound
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: Michael Cameron, Robert Pound
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: Jihoon Chang, Robert Pound
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: Brian Krauss, Robert Pound
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: Robert Pound, 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 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: Grace Salyards, Robert Pound
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: Jim Hontz, Robert Pound
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: Robert Pound, 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: Robert Pound, 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: Robert Pound, Greg 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 413-21 Oboe (7th semester)
Instructor: Jill Hoffmann, Robert Pound
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: Brian Rotz, Robert Pound
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: David Zygmunt, Robert Pound
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: Andi Sokol-Albert, Robert Pound, Greg Strohman, Elizabeth Etnoyer, Jennifer Blyth, Eun Ae Kim
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: Jihoon Chang, Robert Pound
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: Greg Strohman, Robert Pound
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: Jeff Wohlbach, Robert Pound
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: Robert Pound, Greg 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: Robert Pound, 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: Lisa Turchi, Elizabeth Shoenfelt, James Martin, Timothy Lupia, Robert Pound
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: Robert Pound, 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: Otto Kuehrmann, Brian Krauss, Robert Pound
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: Greg Strohman, Robert Pound
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: Kimberly Buchar Nolet, Robert Pound
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: Robert Pound, 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: Robert Pound, 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: Robert Pound, 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: Robert Pound, 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 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: Grace Salyards, Robert Pound
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: Robert Pound, Jim 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: Ruth Hunter, Robert Pound
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: Robert Pound, 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: Greg Strohman, Robert Pound
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: Jill Hoffmann, Robert Pound
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: Robert Pound, 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: David Zygmunt, Robert Pound
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: Elizabeth Etnoyer, Eun Ae Kim, Greg Strohman, Jennifer Blyth, Andi Sokol-Albert, Robert Pound
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: Jihoon Chang, Robert Pound
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: Robert Pound, Greg 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: Robert Pound, Jeff 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: Robert Pound, Greg 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: Daniel Brye, Robert Pound
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: Robert Pound, James Martin, Timothy Lupia, Lisa Turchi, Elizabeth Shoenfelt
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: David Zygmunt, Robert Pound
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: Otto Kuehrmann, Brian Krauss, Robert Pound
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: Greg Strohman, Robert Pound
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: James Martin, Robert Pound, Jennifer Blyth
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: James Martin, Jennifer Blyth, Robert Pound
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.