Dates: February 4th - April 28 (no class during spring recess)
Days/Times: Tuesdays, 7-9pm
Instructor: Elizabeth Eschen
Location: Music Department Room 6, Paine Hall
NOTE for Spring 2020: Skills for Singing is full for the Spring 2020 semester and no longer enrolling students. If you are interested in future sections of the course, please email Instructor Elizabeth Eschen at email@example.com.
Course description: A fall and spring co-curricular course offering training in fundamental skills for singing: ear training, sight-reading and vocal technique. Students will study basic music theory as well as vocal pedagogy, applying this knowledge every week in a masterclass-type format. Students will discover what makes their voice unique and start celebrating their personal artistry through song, culminating in a class recital. Repertoire varies and is dependent on the student, with attention to audition preparation for interested parties. Participation in the course is encouraged for those students looking to audition for one of the Harvard Choruses or any new members of the Choruses looking to further their vocal abilities.
Email instructor Elizabeth Eschen for more information.