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  Sep 20, 2017
 
 
    
Evening Division Fall 2017

Advising


Academic Advising Sessions

Evening Division academic advising sessions give students the chance to speak with a department administrator regarding course selection, faculty, the Core Musical Skills Certificate program, and other academic matters.

These sessions are offered once at the beginning and once at the end of every semester, so students may receive advising before registering and/or at the conclusion of the semester. In order to accommodate the 900-plus students in the division, advising is offered by appointment only and restricted to 15 minutes per student.
 

Students interested in receiving academic advising may schedule an appointment by sending an email to evening@juilliard.edu specifying preferred day and time. Please note: we will try to accommodate your preferences, but we cannot guarantee that specific appointment choices will be granted.

Advising Dates
August 29 and 30
December 12 and 13
11am – 1pm and 4 – 7pm

 

Advising Tracks

Below are suggested curricular options for students who are interested in pursuing a targeted course of study. Students who wish to discuss course offerings and receive more specific guidance are encouraged to schedule an academic advising session.

 

Arts Enthusiasts


These students are avid arts appreciators. They may be musically literate or have studied the arts in the past, but are often not practicing artists. Those who wish to enhance their knowledge, understanding, and concertgoing experience are encouraged to enroll in courses as follows:

       History & Appreciation (all courses)

       Piano (all courses)

       Voice (all courses)

Practicing Performers


Students in this category are avid arts appreciators who also enjoy practicing an art form. Some may even be pursuing a career in the arts and seek additional skills to support their goals. All students who sing or play an instrument or who wish to gain practical knowledge about the performing arts should consider enrolling in the following courses:
 

        Piano (all courses)

        Voice (all courses)

        Music Theory & Analysis (all courses)

        Ear Training & Musicianship (all courses)

        Keyboard Studies (for pianists -- all courses)

Serious Amateurs/Professional Artists


These students wish to gain necessary skills to pursue their artistic passions professionally or as serious amateurs. They seek a rigorous and demanding course of study to prepare for a degree program or career, or to expand their practical knowledge to enhance an existing career. The following courses are designed for this purpose:
 

        Music Theory & Analysis (all courses)

        Ear Training & Musicianship (all courses)

        Keyboard Studies (all courses)