Music Performance Minor
Minor Advisor: Gideon D'Addio, firstname.lastname@example.org
This minor provides students with high-level training in instrumental or vocal performance. Four semesters of individual study are taken concurrently with four semesters of ensemble. A music theory course and a music history course provide basic historical and theoretical background in support of performance studies.
Admission to the minor in music performance is based on a required performance audition before a faculty committee prior to enrolling in the minor. Audition information, including requirements, can be found at http://music.umd.edu/admissions/undergraduate/.
Students who fulfill minor requirements will receive a minor on the official transcript. Please contact the School of Music office for more information.
|Select four semesters of ensemble of the following:
|Music Fundamentals I
|Any 1xx- or 2xx-level courses in Musicology and Ethnomusicology including:
|What Does Music Mean?
|Popular Music in Black America
|History of Popular Music, 1950-Present
|The Impact of Music on Life
|World Popular Musics and Identity
|Selected Musical Cultures of the World
|Exploring the Power of Musical Performance in Social Engagement
No course grade below the grade of "C-" may count toward the minor. An overall GPA of 2.0 in the minor is required for graduation.