Courses for the Performance DMA will depend on the concentration you choose.

Students with a concentration in Bassoon may take  

  • Advanced Conducting,
  • Chamber Music and
  • Single Reed Woodwind Pedagogy.

Students with a concentration in Cello may take

  • Chamber Music,
  • Performance Traditions and
  • String Literature Seminars.  

Students with a concentration in Clarinet or Trombone may take

  • Advanced Conducting,
  • Chamber Music and
  • Single Reed Woodwind Pedagogy.

Students with a concentration in Double Bass, Oboe, Percussion, Trumpet, Tuba, Viola or Violin may take

  • Chamber Music,
  • Performance Traditions and
  • Single Reed Woodwind Pedagogy.  

Students with a concentration in Euphonium, Flute, French Horn or Harp may take

  • Instrumental Ensembles,
  • Music Research, and a choice of
  • Seminars in Stylistic or Theoretical Analysis.  

Students with a concentration in Harpsichord may take

  • Harpsichord,
  • Instrumental Ensembles and a recommended course in
  • Classical Keyboard Performance.

Students with a concentration in Historical Keyboard and Piano may take

  • Keyboard Literature,
  • Performance Traditions and
  • Monograph Research.  

Students with a concentrations in Voice may take

  • Chamber Music,
  • Monograph Research and
  • Voice Pedagogy.

Learn more about Performance DMA courses.