Applied Music Online Registration for Private Lessons

Listed below are the courses that are available. For more information contact Christine Tabor at 704-894-2357.

NON-CREDIT

MUS 50 Vocal or Instrumental Study

One 30-minute private lesson per week, non-credit, pass/fail grade.  No previous vocal or instrumental training required.

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MUS 55 Vocal or Instrumental Study

One 60 minute private lesson per week, non-credit, pass-fail grade.  No previous Vocal or Instrumental training required.

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CREDIT

MUS 155 Applied Music - First Level

One 60-minute private lesson per week, one credit for two consecutive semesters.  Intended for students with previous vocal or instrumental training.  Students are expected to follow a course of study, meet competency levels and literature requirements, and successfully complete a jury at the end of each semester of study.
Prerequisite: Audition or permission of instructor required. To request permission, please email or call the instructor of the instrument on which you wish to receive lessons. Locate instructor contact information on the instruments available page.

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MUS 255 Applied Music - Intermediate

One 60-minute private lesson per week, one credit for two consecutive semesters.  Intended for students with previous vocal or instrumental training.  Students are expected to follow a course of study, meet competency levels and literature requirements, and successfully complete a jury at the end of each semester of study.
Prerequisite: MUS 155

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MUS 256 Applied Music - Advanced Intermediate

One 60-minute private lesson per week, one credit for two consecutive semesters.  Intended for students with previous vocal or instrumental training.  Students are expected to follow a course of study, meet competency levels and literature requirements, and successfully complete a jury at the end of each semester of study.
Prerequisite: MUS 255

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MUS 355 Applied Music - Advanced

One 60-minute private lesson per week, one credit for two consecutive semesters.  Intended for students with previous vocal or instrumental training.  Students are expected to follow a course of study, meet competency levels and literature requirements, and successfully complete a jury at the end of each semester of study.
Prerequisite: MUS 256

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