Private Instruction 2

Course Number
PIMM-600
Description

This second semester private lesson at the master’s level continues the work begun in the first semester. There is continued focus on developing the student’s artistry. An additional emphasis is the evolution of the student as a musician. Students study jazz etudes with a broad representation of various styles within the wider jazz idiom. This may include sub-genres, such as Latin jazz, blues, bebop, Afro-Cuban jazz, etc. Studies include exercises and song study as students develop agility and stylistic acumen, while also building instrumental skill. Students master advanced studies in stylistic components, such as jazz vocabulary in improvisation, phrasing, and the study of great artists. Students also study harmonic and stylistic practices. This work culminates in the development of a marketable recording, an online presence, and the establishment of the student as a well-rounded artist.

Credits
3
Prerequisites
PIMM-550
Required Of
CPPD and CPGJ graduate students
Electable By
CPPD and CPGJ graduate students
Semesters Offered
Spring Only
Location
Boston
Valencia
Department
CPRF
Course Chair
Magda Giannikou (Valencia, Spain) and Marco Pignataro (Boston)

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