Musicianship

Dr. Matthew Hagle, Program Director

 

What Is Musicianship?

Musicianship is an important component of a well-rounded music education. Weekly musicianship classes include sight-singing, rhythmic reading, dictation, keyboard skills, and music theory, history, and literature.

•    Achieve greater competency and enjoyment at your instrument
•    Increase your ability to think critically and express musical ideas effectively
•    Share your love of music with fellow students
MIC private instruction students of all ages are strongly encouraged to complement their lessons with a musicianship class of the appropriate level and receive a deep discount on this added value experience.

 

Are Musicianship Classes for Everyone?
•    The musicianship program is designed for students age 5 - adult
•    Private instruction students under the age of 5 may enroll in a Musikgarten class in place of musicianship for only the cost of materials.
•    Adult students are encouraged to take specially designed adult musicianship offerings.

 

How do I know which class is right for me?

Please contact a campus director for placement guidance. 


Enroll for Musicianship
Enrollment in musicianship classes occurs once annually on a first-come, first-served basis and registration is required.

 

During the Fall and Spring semesters all current students registered for private instruction at MIC may register for Musicianship classes at a deeply discounted annual price.


If you have already registered for private instruction, but wish to add musicianship, please contact your local campus director.

 

Not Studying Privately at the Music Institute?

For students not enrolled in private study, musicianship classes are $367.50/fall semester.

Please contact a campus director for placement.