Keyboard Studies courses enhance keyboard playing and musicianship skills. The curriculum covers sight-reading, keyboard harmony, transposition, and score reading, and is designed to sharpen specific practical skills that are necessary for keyboard players, conductors, and composers. Students are expected to have basic piano proficiency (ability to read both treble and bass clefs, and to play simple textures (e.g., a two-part Bach minuet or a four-part chorale) fluently at sight.
Applications are required to place students in the proper level course. Spring placements are contingent on midyear vacancies. Please click here to apply.
September 1; 5pm