Contemporary Ensemble

Course Number
ENDS-550
Description

This course enables students to enhance their ensemble-playing skills, deepen their knowledge of a particular style and its associated repertory, and develop their individual performance identities. Students develop their ability to create and perform music in a particular style. Working under the direction of a senior faculty member, students complete exercises that enhance their intonation, articulation, and improvisational skills in an ensemble context. Students learn to maintain stylistic integrity by developing their awareness of the melodic, harmonic, and rhythmic practices associated with a particular repertory.

Credits
1
Prerequisites
Written approval of program director
Required Of
CPPD and CPGJ graduate students; optional elective in GEMB, MPTI, and SFTV
Electable By
All graduate students
Semesters Offered
Fall, Spring, Summer
Location
Boston
Valencia
Department
CPRF
Course Chair
Olga Roman (Valencia, Spain) and Marco Pignataro (Boston)
Courses may not be offered at the listed locations or taught by the listed faculty for every semester. Consult my.berklee.edu to find course information for a specific semester.

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