Steven Heyman, Setnor School of Music
310 Crouse College, 315-443-1638, firstname.lastname@example.org
The performance program stresses the development of technical skills, repertory, poise, and overall musicianship. Since most performers continue study beyond the bachelor’s degree, the program also provides a sound basis for advanced study. To reflect preparation for upperdivision recital(s), upper-division credits in the principal performance area increase from 2 to 4 credits per hour of instruction.
Major Requirements: 52 credits
PRINCIPAL PERFORMANCE AREA: 24 credits
SECONDARY PERFORMANCE AREA: 4 credits
(Keyboard Skills Unless Piano or Organ Student)