APST 709 - Oberlin Orchestra/Oberlin Contemporary Music Ensemble
This course may also count for the major in (consult the program or department major requirements) :
Next Offered: [2013-2014)
Semester Offered: Fall & Spring Semesters
Credits (Range): 0-2
Oberlin Orchestra is a full symphony orchestra dedicated to the rehearsal and performance of primarily large-sclaled masterworks. The Orchestra normally performs five orchestral programs and one opera production each year. Oberlin Contemporary Music Ensemble is a select group performing three concerts each semester that focuses on recent works by composers of very diverse styles and background with occasional masterworks from the twentieth century. Faculty and student composers are presented each year. Frequently the ensemble work directly with composers invited to campus. Oberlin Orchestra and the Contemporary Music Ensemble are scheduled at the same time, which allows for flexible ensemble assignments throughout the semester and ensures full and varied performance experiences for students.
Enrollment Limit: 999
Instructor: R. Jimenez/T. Weiss
Consent of the Instructor Required: No
Prerequisites & Notes
Admission is by audition. Student may elect two-credit option following consultation with their advisor and the conductors. This course will replace both APST 710 and APST 723.
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