This course will serve as a workshop and forum for senior music concentrators who are planning to present their senior projects in Spring 2022. In this course, we will meet and discuss students’ projects which may be produced through any creative practice including (but not limited to) performance, installation, musical show, etc. Students will be expected to complete most of their compositions/installation designs by the end of the first half of the term. The emphasis will be on technical planning, realization of the individual projects and guiding students in the development of their presentations, which may involve interdisciplinary collaborations, rehearsals, and technical needs. Group critiques and discussions is a crucial part of this process. As part of this course, each student will be required to pick an advisor from appropriate music faculty to advise their particular project. We will meet weekly, however, there will be in-person individual meetings and smaller group meetings throughout the term when necessary.
Receive mentorship with faculty advisor in preparation for senior presentation
Access campus resources in support of final presentation
Leadership through collaboration in realizing, directing, communicating, and sharing original work
Delivery Method: Fully in-person
Prerequisites: Open to seniors only. Permission of the instructor.
Corequisites: Music Workshop
Course Level: 4000-level
Th 3:40PM - 5:30PM (Full-term)
Maximum Enrollment: 12-15
Course Frequency: Once a year
Categories: All courses , Performance , Composition , Fully In-Person
Tags: Collaboration , composition , performance , senior work , installation , Event Production , 4 credit , 4000 , Michael Wimberly , Song Writing , Digital Technology , Digital Performance