Steven Heyman, Chair, Setnor School of Music
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Various Setnor School of Music Faculty
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.