University of Minnesota
Two-year graduate program covering Violin Units 1-10 with 8 hours credit.
The program provides intensive study of the Suzuki philosophy and teaching techniques. Supplemental materials and related educational concepts are also discussed. Students will also develop performance skills to a higher level with applied study, chamber music and orchestra and foster a deeper understanding of music through continued study of music history/ethnomusicology and theory.
Teaching opportunities at the MacPhail Center for the Arts as student assistants and supervised teaching of group and individual lessons.
Students must have completed the bachelor’s degree with the equivalent of a major in music. In addition to acceptance by the Graduate School, the student must successfully audition with the String Division and complete an entrance interview.
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School of Music, Ferguson Hall
2106 4th St South
Minneapolis MN 55455
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