The Music Foreign Study Program (FSP) provides a once-in-a-lifetime chance for young musicians to combine the study of music with intensive exposure to musical performance, while living in the undisputed musical capital of Europe. The opportunities to attend concerts and rehearsals, meet performers and artists, and experience firsthand the vibrant musical traditions of London afford unique learning perspectives, both inside and outside the classroom.
The program is open to members of the classes of '15 and '16-- vocalists, instrumentalists, and composers, as well as students who focus on music history, theory, or ethnomusicology. Selection will be based on a student's interest in music as demonstrated by past study and performance ability.
|Music 70: Perspectives in Music Performance (taught by the FSP director), which focuses on historical, analytical, and practical aspects of performance, and includes attendance at thirty-plus public performances|
|Music 71: The History of Music in England (taught by noted British Musicologist Professor Roderick Swanston)|
|Music 87: Special Studies in Music Abroad, consisting of individual lessons|
|Music 20: Introduction to Music Theory|
|Music 21: Melody and Rhythm, or Music 22: Harmony and Rhythm|
|Two terms of Music 50: Performance Laboratory, or one IIP contract (Music 53-58)|
|Recommended: one Music History course|
Students who anticipate not being able to complete the prerequisites prior to the FSP term should speak with the FSP director.
Application Deadline: February 1, 2013
Apply Online: Department of Off-Campus Programs
Additional information: e-mail Professor Sally Pinkas
SPECIAL INFOMATIONAL MEETING WILL BE SCHEDULED IN JANUARY '13.
Last Updated: 11/20/12