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Piano Rep Class
The keyboard area offers a supportive, rewarding and
challenging course of study for soloists, music teachers/educators,
chamber musicians and accompanists. Piano students are challenged to
flourish musically and technically in an atmosphere of support and
excellence. The keyboard area offers instruction for music majors
pursuing the Master of Music in Piano Performance, Bachelor of Music in
Performance, Bachelor of Music in Music Education and Bachelor of Arts
in Music degrees. The School of Music also offers private
instruction, by audition, for well qualified non-majors who wish to
continue their musical studies. In addition to piano, UD students may
study organ and harpsichord. Keyboard students are taught by
professors who are successful performers, teachers and researchers.
Graduates of the University of Delaware have placed in national
competitions, participated in major international music festivals and
continued studies at prestigious graduate schools of music.
The piano/keyboard area focuses on performance, and as such students concentrate on private instruction. Piano study is also a central component in the Bachelor of Music in Music Education.
At the University of Delaware, pianists have ample opportunity to engage in chamber music and accompanying. They are invited to perform in Music School General Student Recitals throughout the academic year and to participate in the annual Student Concerto Competition. Guest pianists also visit campus to conduct master classes. Students take an array of classes that contribute to their overall musical education, including keyboard literature, piano pedagogy, accompanying, chamber music, organ class, music theory, ear-training and music history.
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Prospective graduate piano students have the opportunity to audition
for a graduate assistantship. Duties associated with the stipend include
teaching, accompanying and chamber music performance.