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Private Lessons in Albuquerque

 

Syllabus, Grading Policy and Supply List

Lesson I (Focused)

Technique Rules for Playing Classical or Acoustic Guitar

Modes for Guitar (required of all students)

Auditioning for UNM's Guitar Program

 

BACHELOR OF MUSIC
CONCENTRATION IN GUITAR PERFORMANCE

[NOTE: Requirements are subject to change. In case of any discrepancy, degree requirements as they appear in the UNM 2010-2011 Catalog will prevail.]

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

The Bachelor of Music in instrumental performance comprises a total of 128 hours. Please note that there are two categories of course requirements: Core Curriculum (37 hours) and Concentration Curriculum (91 hours).

Click HERE to view the degree requirements.

 

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE

The Bachelor of Music in instrumental performance is designed to be a four-semester program. Click here to view a Suggested Course Sequence so that you can plan your course of studies.

 

ENSEMBLE REQUIREMENTS

Ensemble Requirements for Undergraduate Degrees: This document will clarify the ensemble requirements outined in your degree plan.

 

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

Additional specific departmental requirements relating to recitals, special examinations, auditions and similar matters are described in the Department of Music Undergraduate Student Handbook.

Students pursuing the Instrumental Performance concentration will be required to pass a piano proficiency. See Piano Proficiency Requirements for details.

 

TRANSFER STUDENTS

All transfer students will be given a placement exam in theory, ear-training and sight-singing for the purpose of determining competency in theses areas. If test results reveal deficiencies, transfer students will be required to remove such by enrolling in and successfully completing one or more semesters of the theory curriculum.
Click HERE for information about the placement exam for transfer students.