NEW Course! “My mother was a piano teacher, and I don’t remember a time when there was no music in our house. From childhood on, I studied piano, flute, recorder, harpsichord, harp, oboe, guitar, and voice. Over my lifetime, I have performed classical, jazz, folk/Americana, and popular music. Each time I learned new music, I learned more about the history of music. As I went into academics, I realized that studying the history of music tied together other disciplines that interested me. I love cross-discipline learning for that reason. In this course, I hope to help students—musicians and non-musicians alike—to connect music to the world around them. I hope they come away with a broad sense of where music has been, how it has interacted with human culture, and where it might go next.” ~ Instructor, Prof. Suki
What to expect in the Required section in the classroom each week:
What to expect in the Highly Suggested & Optional sections in the classroom each week:
What to expect during the weekly webinar:
Before taking this course, students should be able to:
Students should be willing to:
Required books & materials:
Live Webinars - Tuesdays, 4 PM Pacific - Please refer to our Webinar Schedule and Academic Calendar for the start date.
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