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Grading System:
Letter
Max. Enrollment:
6
Meeting Time:
M Tu W Th F 10:00am-4:00pm
An intensive project of musical preparation and character coaching for principals cast in
Die Fledermaus
,
to be
presented in the spring term by BSC Opera Workshop. Students will work daily on arias and ensembles and will be
coached vocally and dramatically. Students must be available for the entire working schedule listed above, but
actual daily call times will vary as needed. Each cast member is expected to devote a minimum of 15 hours per
week outside the actual called rehearsal times in score study, individual practice, and memorization. At the end of
the project, students will be able to sing fluently through the entire opera, as preparation for staging and final
production details in the spring term. Students opting for Senior Project Credit will have additional reading and will
produce a research paper on an approved related topic, to be co-developed and mentored by one of the faculty
members.
MU*E499*65
Senior Project in Music
Lester Seigel, Jacqueline Leary-Warsaw, Jeff Kensmoe, David Smith
Prerequisites:
Instructor Consent
Open To:
Senior Music Majors
Grading System:
Letter
Max. Enrollment:
6
Meeting Time:
DHAR
An extensive paper, composition, or performance preparation.
Music Education
MED*E499*66
Senior Project in Music Education
Louanne Jacobs, Ben Posey, Lester Seigel
Prerequisites:
Instructor Consent
Open To:
Senior Music Education Majors
Grading System:
Letter
Max. Enrollment:
6
Meeting Time:
M Tu W Th F 8:00am-3:00pm
The senior project in music education involves full-time assignment to a music classroom for four weeks, under the
joint supervision of a certified teacher and a college supervisor. Interns design, plan, and implement coordinated
learning experiences for children. They attend weekly seminars, engage in independent conferences, and
participate in the development of individualized education programs. Students will keep a daily reflective journal
and prepare a notebook that includes observations and school-related information. Evaluation will be based on
successful completion of these components.
Philosophy
PL*E299*67
Imagine No Religion
Steven Hendley
Prerequisites:
None
Open To:
All Students
Grading System:
Option
Max. Enrollment:
15