Voice Courses

The courses at Berklee are continually reviewed and evaluated so that they are up-to-date and consistently reflect today's musical needs. In classes such as Survey of Vocal Styles, you will learn about the development of the jazz blues vocalist, analyze major artists, and perform using techniques and styles from 1890 to the present. Take a look at some of the courses you can take during your Berklee education.

RPVC-312

1 credit(s)
Course Chair: Anne Peckham
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Required of: Voice principal PERF majors
Electable by: Voice principal PERF majors
Prerequisites: ILRE-375, PIVC-311, RPVC-311, and concurrent enrollment in PIVC-312
Department Code: VOICE

Includes preparation of repertoire for a public performance as a leader.

RPVC-411

1 credit(s)
Course Chair: Anne Peckham
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Required of: Voice principal PERF majors
Electable by: Voice principal PERF majors
Prerequisites: PIVC-312, RPVC-312, and concurrent enrollment in PIVC-411
Department Code: VOICE

Includes preparation of repertoire for the jury, which must be presented successfully in order to schedule the senior recital.

RPVC-412

1 credit(s)
Course Chair: Anne Peckham
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Required of: Voice principal PERF majors
Electable by: Voice principal PERF majors
Prerequisites: PIVC-411, RPVC-411, and concurrent enrollment in PIVC-412
Department Code: VOICE

Includes preparation of repertoire for the senior recital, which is the final project for performance majors.

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