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Ithaca College Graduate Catalog 2002-2003

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Suzuki Pedagogy

The degree program is open to candidates whose major performance areas are violin or viola. There is a two-year residence requirement. Candidates are required to attend the Suzuki Teacher Institute during the summer between the two years of residency. Although specific audition requirements vary, all candidates must demonstrate the ability to perform a recital successfully during the period of degree study and must meet the audition requirements expected of all performance degree applicants.

 

Performance (major instrument)

6

 

Performance (minor instrument or ensemble)

2

554-61100/61200

Recital (performance or lecture)

1-2

551-65200

Bibliography and Research in Music

3

552-57100

Suzuki Seminar I

3

552-57200

Suzuki Seminar II

3

552-67300

Suzuki Practicum I

2

552-67400

Suzuki Practicum II

2

552-57100

Survey of Violin and Viola Literature

2

552-74x00

Suzuki Summer Institute

3

 

Electives

4-5

 

Total

32

The decision to present either a performance or lecture recital is up to the student and the major performance studies teacher, in consultation with the graduate adviser.

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Andrejs Ozolins, Office of Publications, 30. September, 2002