Chamber Music courses are open to all music students (undergraduate and graduate). Students are placed into standard ensembles, such as woodwind quintets, string quartets, brass quintets, piano trios and guitar trios, to study and perform works from every musical period. Mixed ensembles, including those that involve voice, are also common.
Chamber music study culminates each semester in a juried performance presented on the Music at Memorial concert series.
Undergraduate Course Offerings
Music 3500 (sample syllabus) is the Introduction to Chamber Music course required of all first-time applicants for chamber music study.
Music 3511, 3512, and 3513 (sample syllabi) include private coaching of chamber ensembles for one, two, and three credit hours (respectively).
Graduate Course Offerings
Music 6504, 6500, and 6501 (sample syllabi) include private coaching of chamber ensembles for one, two, and three credits respectively.
Questions? Contact Dr. Nathan Cook.