We support a wide range of musical styles and encourage all students interested in making music to join us in a class or an ensemble appropriate to their level.
Jazz Theory and Improvisation I
Explore jazz harmonic and improvisational practice from both the theoretical and the applied standpoint, building toward a performance at the end of the semester.
Develop skills that lead to a greater understanding of sound in theatre, media, and everyday life and explore the fundamentals of audio production and acoustics.
Improvised Music: Spectrum, Theory, and Practice
Develop new performance practices drawn from American and European experimental musics, approaches to post-1965 jazz improvisation, and several musical traditions that use improvisation.