Percussion Courses

The courses at Berklee are continually reviewed and evaluated so that they consistently reflect today's musical needs. In percussion classes, you will learn the history of your instrument and analyze its present-day challenges while also pursuing a more in-depth study of styles and techniques. Below is a listing of all Percussion courses for the upcoming semester.

RPPC-412

1 credit(s)
Course Chair: John Ramsay
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Required of: Percussion principal PERF majors
Electable by: Percussion principal PERF majors
Prerequisites: PIPC-411, RPPC-411, and concurrent enrollment in PIPC-412
Department: PERC

This course is required of all seventh semester performance majors and is taken in conjunction with PIPC-412 and includes preparation of repertoire for the 30-minute jury, which must be presented successfully in order to schedule the Senior Recital. Recital preparation instruction provides students with individual guidance in developing performance technique, learning repertoire, and strengthening their sense of musical direction in building a performance. Each instrumental department establishes the content of recital preparation material; individual instructors may develop supplementary material. 

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