Course Information: MUS 329 Chamber Music Ensembles
Meeting Date: Fridays from 12:00-1:50 in the Green Music Center, Room 1028
Description: This chamber music class offers an opportunity for students to explore and perform classical repertoire for small ensembles. All instrumentalists (strings, woodwinds, brass, pianists) and vocalists are welcome to participate. A certain level of advancement is advised. Students’ eligibility will be determined by the course instructor, Marilyn Thompson during the first class meeting. Those who are accepted into the class will be assigned to various ensembles and over the course of the semester will immerse themselves in practicing and rehearsing repertoire from this vast treasure trove of classical music. Each ensemble will perform at least one time during the semester. (Recital dates listed below)
Participation: The first class will be on Friday, August 25. Instrumentalists, please be sure to bring your instruments to the first class. All class participants will be asked to play or sing a work of your choice so that you can be fittingly assigned to an ensemble.
Marilyn Thompson, Chamber Music Director
The Navarro Trio, in residence, provides a model of excellence in performance and the teaching of chamber music.