Music as a Creative Practice
This course allows students to synthesize materials and ideas from their previous three years as they create the foundation for a final creative project: e.g. research paper, composition, performance, sound recording, etc. Under the guidance of multiple faculty, students are required to present their work regularly and, in particular, learn how to sell, persuade, and share with colleagues from different backgrounds the significance of their central argument, interpretation, or musical vision.
MUSI 300 C1
Barolsky, Daniel G.
Course Format Description
A mixture of synchronous activities held online and in person during scheduled course times and asynchronous activities. Options will be available for students who cannot meet synchronously during scheduled course times. Students on and off campus are welcome to participate.