Current Term Course Offerings

Pitt-Johnstown Fall 2018 Music Department Course Offerings

Lecture Courses

Music 223 History of Western Music to 1750 (Rauch TTh 8:00-9:20am)

Music

Music 413 Theory 1 (Webb MWF 10:00-10:50 am)

Music 712 Jazz (Bodolosky T 6:00-8:40pm)

Music 801  History of Rock and Roll (Webb TTh 11:00am-12:20pm)

Music 891 Music and Film  (Rauch TTh 9:30-10:50am)

 

Performance Ensembles/Applied Lessons

Music 0062 Concert Choir (Webb MW 3:00-4:20pm)

Open to all singers interested in choral singing.  Members of the choir participate in a public performance at least once each semester, singing a wide variety of repertoire.  Information about dates and times for choir auditions are on the Concert Choir webpage and posted on Prof. Webb’s office door (233A Biddle Hall).  Singers of all levels and styles are encouraged to join the choir.  Please contact Prof. Webb at jeffwebb@pitt.edu for more details.

Music 0063 Chamber Choir (Webb F 3:00-4:20pm)

Chamber Choir is a select group of singers chosen from the Concert Choir membership.  Audition for the group is required.  Please contact Prof. Webb at jeffwebb@pitt.edu for more details.

Music 0065 Womens Chours (Webb TTh 12:30-1:50pm)

This all femal ensemble will sing literature from all historical periods suited for women's voices.  Audition for the group is required.  Please contact Prof. Webb for more details

Music 0069 Concert Band (Bodolosky MW 4:30-5:50pm)

Open to all students interested in ensemble playing. Rehearsals are twice a week. The Concert Band performs concerts and participates in sports events. Please contact Prof. Bodolosky for more details.

Music 641 Jazz Ensemble (Bodolosky TTh 3:30-4:50pm)

The Jazz Ensemble is open to all students interested in playing Jazz.  All instrumentalists are welcome to play in the group.  For more information, contact Prof. Bodolosky at bodolosky@pitt.edu

Music 531 Voice (Applied lessons) (Webb)

Individual instruction for students in voice.  Daily practice and improvement is expected by the applied instructor.  Students will be expected to perform in a jury (a graded performance) for the music faculty at the end of the semester.  Students can take a 30 minute lesson for one credit.  Students can earn up to 6 credits in applied lessons.