MUSI 1152 - Vocal Ensemble
1 credit hour.
Lecture/Lab/Clinical: Three laboratory periods each week.
This course is designed to train students with the best in light, popular, classical, and contemporary music presentation. Choral techniques and group vocal problems are taught. The student is required to attend all rehearsals and all public performances. Students are selected through audition with the voice instructor. The course may be repeated for a total of four credits.
Note: Scholarships are available to deserving students, regardless of major. Interested students should contact the music faculty advisor for audition times and details. Ensembles are open to all students regardless of major. Performing ensembles serve three distinct purposes: (1) they provide music majors with the ensemble participation necessary for successful completion of their music degrees; (2) they provide those not majoring in music an enjoyable creative outlet and the unique experience of self-expression and social development that results from participation in a group activity; and (3) they serve as valuable public relations agents for the College. A great way to get involved at NTCC is to become a member of one of the performing ensembles all music majors are required to participate in a minimum of one ensemble each semester enrolled.
Additional course fee(s) required.
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