Seminar in Performance of New Music
Units: 1.5, Hours: 0-3
This seminar/workshop provides intensive professional training for performers who work together with composers in the creation, performance and production of new music. Performers will prepare new works composed specifically for them by the composers registered simultaneously in MUS 462B. Training in contemporary notation and performance practices, extended techniques, instrumentation, analysis, conducting techniques, communication skills and concert production. The final project is a festival. Open to third- and fourth-year music students.
Note: Taught together with 562A (Graduate Seminar in Performance of New Music).
Prerequisites: Third-year standing and 201B, or permission of the instructor.
Undergraduate course in Music offered by the School of Music in the Faculty of Fine Arts.