Off-Campus Recitals

OFF-CAMPUS UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE RECITALS

After reviewing the NASM requirements regarding documentation of undergraduate degree recitals, it was determined that the College of Music is not required to archive recordings of undergraduate recitals. Therefore if a student chooses, and is approved by faculty, to hold their Senior degree recital off-campus, they do not have to provide a copy of their recital recording for records.

Secondary Students in Voice

MUAS 1503, 3503, 5503, 6503

Students who wish to enroll in secondary voice lessons should read this document carefully. Students are expected to understand and abide by these policies. Students who are unable or unwilling to abide by all of these policies should not enroll in secondary voice lessons. These policies are in addition to, not in place of, policies found in the general Voice Handbook.

Related Field in Vocal Pedagogy

All graduate students are required to do a related field of study. There are many options in the College of Music including Vocal Pedagogy. Vocal Pedagogy is a very strong program at UNT under the leadership of a world-recognized authority.

For the MM degree
A  minimum of 9 hours:
MUAG 5600 – Advanced Science and Pedagogy of Singing
MUAG 5610 – Comparative Pedagogy of Singing

One additional course from:
MUAG 5450 – Introduction to Music and Medicine
MUAG 5900 – Special Problems
SPHS 5810 – Voice Disorders

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