Masters Performance Forum: Global Jazz

Course Number
PS-540
Description

In this seminar and performance-based course, students learn interdisciplinary approaches to music-making and explore concepts of aesthetics, with a focus on developing their own aesthetic philosophy. Students perform and analyze original music projects; they learn to evaluate and critique each other; and they learn to respond to feedback and advice. Students collaborate with classmates, guest lecturers and artists-in-residence. They synthesize rhythmic, melodic, and harmonic vocabulary from a variety of musical styles. Additionally, they complete weekly directed studies with artists-in-residence, focusing especially on their own artistic projects.

Credits
1
Prerequisites
Written approval of program director
Electable By
CPGJ graduate students
Required Of
CPGJ graduate students
Semesters Offered
Fall Only
Location
Boston Campus
Department
CPRF
Course Chair
Marco Pignataro

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