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1 Sign up Instructions for Applied Music and Solo Performance Courses* If you are beginning lessons at Hamilton (whether or not you have studied the instrument before) you will need to complete and submit the following: 1. A class schedule (please include locations of classes, work/study and all other commitments). 2. A music questionnaire (separate from this packet). 3. A signed contract. If you are in your first semester of study at Hamilton, you may drop lessons prior to the second scheduled lesson. If you sign and submit a Drop Contract form and Course Drop form prior to the second scheduled lesson, you will only be financially responsible for the first lesson taken rather than the full amount of the signed contract. 4. A Course Change Form is needed if you are taking the lessons for credit. The form must be returned to Kim Carroll (List 217) and does not require any signatures. If you are continuing private music lessons at Hamilton College (either in Applied Music, Solo Performance, or Advanced Solo Performance) you will need to complete and submit the following: 1. A class schedule (please include locations of classes, work/study, and all other commitments). 2. A signed contract. Once the contract is signed, you are responsible for the full amount of the contract, even if you choose subsequently to drop the course. (Note: Financial aid and department stipends are forfeited if the course is dropped.) 3. A completed Course Change Form is needed if you are taking private lessons for credit. The form must be returned to Kim Carroll (List 217) and does not require any signatures. Your advisor/instructor does not need to sign your Course Change Form Half-hour lessons are worth ¼ credit (APP. MUSIC ) and 1-hour lessons are worth ½ credit (MUSIC , given only with consent of the instructor). Applied Music courses are graded U or S; Solo Performance and Advanced Solo Performance students receive a letter grade and must perform in some kind of public performance during the semester. *SENIORS may begin lessons at the applied music level for a half hour, ¼ credit. Seniors who wish to begin lessons at the applied music level for a full hour, ½ credit, may do so with the consent of the studio instructor. Students who wish to audit lessons may do so with the consent of the studio instructor. PLEASE HAVE ALL MATERIAL COMPLETELY FILLED OUT AND SUBMITTED TO THE MUSIC DEPARTMENT OFFICE (LIST 217) BY January 24, 4:00 p.m. SCHEDULES WILL ONLY BE SENT BY . - IT WILL BE YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO CHECK YOUR HAMILTON COLLEGE !

2 Information and Guidelines for Instruction in Applied Music, Solo Performance, & Advanced Solo Performance As private study in voice or an instrument, like all music courses offered at Hamilton, has as a primary goal the development of musicianship in the classic and jazz traditions, students will explore repertory from various style periods. Matters such as performance practice, form, and analysis will be considered in the preparation of any work studied. As an aid to gaining understanding, students are urged to take concurrent courses in theory or history during their first year of instruction. Specific pre- and co-requisites are included in the individual course descriptions. All courses have a concert attendance requirement, and Solo Performance and Advanced Solo Performance courses include in each semester the presentation of a public performance either as a soloist or as a major soloist in an ensemble performance. A course comprises either eleven half-hour lessons per term, which will earn one-quarter course credit (Mus 125, 225); or eleven hour lessons, which will earn one-half course credit (Mus 126, 226, 326). The fee for one term of half-hour lessons is $330.00; for one term of hour lessons, $ This amount is in addition to regular College fees and tuition. Financial assistance may be available to those who receive financial aid from the college. Before enrolling, contact Patty Gogola in the Office of Financial Aid to determine eligibility and the amount of aid available. She can be reached at or (315) Please note that from time to time faculty observers may be present at an instructional session. Advanced notice will be given when this is to occur.

3 REQUIREMENTS FOR APPLIED MUSIC APPLIED MUSIC is a preparatory course for which a satisfactory/unsatisfactory grade is given and no defined level of expertise or performance is required, with the exception that the ability to match pitch is a prerequisite for the study of voice. A. Mus 125: ½ hour lessons for ¼ credit. B. Mus 126: 1 hour lessons for ½ credit. C. Graded S/U (Satisfactory or Unsatisfactory). D. Students are encouraged to move to Solo Performance when they are ready, in consultation with their instructor. E. New Applied Music students whose skill level is determined by the instructor to be ready for Solo Performance may change their enrollment to Solo Performance any time prior to the 4th lesson of the semester. F. Applied Music students are subject to the following limitations: 1. Applied Music students are not eligible for professional accompanist. 2. Applied Music students may not audition for the Student Concert. 3. Applied Music students are not guaranteed a performance slot on the weekday musicales. REQUIREMENTS FOR SOLO PERFORMANCE SOLO PERFORMANCE is a college level course for which a letter grade and a defined level of expertise and a certain number of performances are required. A. Mus 225: ½ hour lessons for ¼ credit. B. Mus 226: 1 hour lessons for ½ credit. C. Students must be performing at an intermediate level. D. Letter grade given. E. Public performance required. F. Mus 110 (Music Theory for Non-Majors) or Music 210 (Fundamentals and Chromatic Harmony) must be taken WITHIN the first 3 semesters of Solo Performance study. Students may place out of Mus 110 by passing the Music Theory Placement Exam. G. Consent of Instructor required. H. Solo Performance students may revert to an Applied Music course at any time. REQUIREMENTS FOR ADVANCED SOLO PERFORMANCE ADVANCED SOLO PERFORMANCE is for students performing at an advanced level and preparing for a half or full recital that is approved by the Music Department and scheduled on the official dept. calendar. A. Mus 326: 1 hour lessons for ½ credit. B. Students must be performing at an advanced level and in preparation for a half or full recital that is approved by the Music Department and scheduled on the official Department calendar. C. Letter grade given. D. Public performance required. E. Students in Advanced Solo Performance must either have completed or co-register for Mus 110 or 210, or pass the Music Theory Placement Exam. Successful appearance on a) two Student Concerts or b) one Student Concert and a major soloist role with an ensemble or c) one Student Concert and a List Musicale is required. F. Consent of Instructor required.

4 Evaluations for all Private Instruction in Music is based on the following: 1. Improvement in a) technique, b) musicianship, c) performance. 2. Preparation of lesson material: Your instructor will discuss with you the repertoire to be covered during the semester. As the study of any musical instrument requires consistent practice, you are expected to practice at least 5 out of the 7 days between lessons for the length of time of the lesson. Because learning music is a cumulative process, an unprepared lesson may be treated as an unexcused absence. 3. Lesson attendance: Weekly attendance is required unless other arrangements are made. unexcused absences will result in a midterm warning being sent out. unexcused absences will result in failure of the course. Two Three 4. Concert Attendance: a) Students taking one-hour lessons will be required to attend 5 concerts in which the student is not performing, per semester, one of which must be the Student Concert. b) Students taking half-hour lessons will be required to attend three concerts in which the student is not performing, per semester, one of which must be the Student Concert. c) Students may also be required to attend other master classes of performances at the discretion of the studio teacher. d) Failure to meet this requirement will result in grade reduction determined in the following manner: Each regular concert missed by a student who receives a letter grade will reduce the final grade by one notch. For example: a student who has a grade of B and misses one concert will receive a grade of B-. If a student misses three concerts, the grade will be reduced to C. The grade of a student who misses the mandatory Student Concert will be reduced by one full letter grade. For example: a student who has a grade of B and misses the Student Concert will receive a C. Faculty members will grade applied students the same way they grade those who receive a letter grade. If after factoring in the per-concertmissed grade reduction, the grade is less than C-, then the student will receive an automatic U. A student who misses all the required concerts will automatically fail the course. 5. As with any college course, students are expected to purchase any necessary materials for this course. Your instructor can advise you how best to do this. Individual instructors may expect the student to fulfill additional requirements.

5 Spring 2019 CONCERT ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENT Concert attendance is taken only by submitting your photo ID card to attendants who are present for every qualifying concert. You are responsible for handing in YOUR OWN ID card at the beginning of the performance. If you arrive late or leave early, you will NOT be given attendance credit. You must then pick up your ID card after the performance in order to receive credit. An ID card will not be returned to anyone other than the person to whom it belongs. No exceptions are made to this attendance-taking procedure. Leaving a concert early and returning to pick up an ID following the concert is considered a violation of the honor code and will be reported as such. Students taking ½ hour lessons must attend 3 concerts, one of which must be the Student Soloists Concert on Saturday, May 11, 6:00 pm) Students taking 1 hour lessons must attend 5 concerts, one of which must be the Student Soloists Concert on Saturday, May 11, 6:00 pm) Not attending any concerts will result in an automatic failure of the course! Date Time Performance Saturday, February 2, :30 p.m. Christian Sands Friday, February 8, :30 p.m. Albany Symphony Orchestra Saturday, February 23, :30 p.m. JACK Quartet Wednesday, March 13, :30 p.m. Choir & CHS Tour Send Off Concert Friday, April 5, :30 p.m. Cantus Alone Together Sunday, April 7, :00 p.m. Faculty Recital (Rowe, sax/montalbano, piano) Tuesday, April 9, :00 p.m. Jazz Combo (Café Opus) Saturday, April 13, :30 p.m. The Society of New Music Pushed Aside Friday, April 19, 2019* 7:30 p.m. West Side Story (Spring Theatre Production) Saturday, April 20, 2019* 7:30 p.m. West Side Story (Spring Theatre Production) Thursday, April 25, 2019* 7:30 p.m. West Side Story (Spring Theatre Production) Friday, April 26, 2019* 7:30 p.m. West Side Story (Spring Theatre Production) Saturday, April 27, 2019* 2:00 p.m. West Side Story (Spring Theatre Production) Tuesday, April 30, :30 p.m. Masterworks Chorale w/ HC Choir & Symphoria Friday, May 3, :30 p.m. Hamilton College Orchestra spring concert Sunday, May 5, :30 p.m. HC Chamber Ensembles (Schambach Center) Tuesday, May 7, :30 p.m. HC Jazz Ensemble spring concert (Café Opus) Wednesday, May 8, :30 p.m. HC College Hill Singers (Chapel) Saturday, May 11, :00 p.m. Student Soloists Concert, Mandatory *Students may attend only ONE performance of this event for credit. Students performing in a concert will NOT receive credit, except for the Student Soloists Concert. Additional concerts/changes may occur, please check updates. All events take place in Wellin Hall, Schambach Center unless stated otherwise above.

6 CONCERTATTENDANCECLARIFIED! 1.AnyoneenrolledinAppliedMusicoraSoloPerformancecourseis REQUIREDtoattendaspecifiednumberofconcerts. Thosetakinghalf+hour/lessonsmustattendthreeconcerts,oneofwhichmust bethestudentconcertatsemester send. Thosetakinghour/lessonsmustattendfiveconcerts,oneofwhichmustbethe StudentConcertatsemester send. 2. Concert attendance is taken ONLY by submitting one s ID card at the beginning of eachconcertandpickingitupattheendoftheconcert. IDcardswillbeacceptedfromandreturnedtoonlytheirrespectiveowners. LeavingaconcertearlyandreturningtopickupanIDfollowingtheconcertis consideredaviolationofthehonorcodeandwillbereportedassuch. Creditwillnotbegivenforattendinganyconcertfromwhichastudentleaves early. CreditwillnotbegiventoanyonewhofailstopickupanIDimmediately followingtheconcert. 3.Failuretofulfillpartortheentireconcertattendancerequirementwillaffectone s finalgradeinthefollowingmanner: Eachmissedconcert(excepttheStudentConcert)willresultinthereductionof thefinalgradebyonenotch(suchasbtobrorc+toc). ThegradeforanyonewhomissestheStudentConcertwillbereducedbyone fullletter(suchasb+toc+). Anyonewhoattendsnoconcertswillautomaticallyfailthecourse. Applied Music students whose final grade after concert attendance adjustments is less than C minus will automatically receive an unsatisfactory (U)grade. Questionsmaybereferredto: StephenBest,CoordinatorofIndividualPerformanceInstruction

7 Class/Work Schedule Date Name Class Year mailbox # address Campus Address: Instrument(s): Cell/Campus phone: Length of lesson 1/2 hr. 1 hour Length of lesson 1/2 hr. 1 hour Length of lesson 1/2 hr. 1 hour *If piano/ trumpet please check: classical jazz. *If guitar please check: classical folk jazz. Please check one: Applied Music Solo Performance (consent of teacher) Advanced Solo If taking Solo Performance or Adv. Solo Performance, how many semesters have you taken? Have you taken (or placed out of) Music 110 (Music Theory)? Yes what semester? No Have you previously taken lessons at Hamilton? Yes No If yes, with whom? Returning students will be assigned to the same instructor, unless a desire for change is indicated and previous instructor has been notified of this change. MAKE SURE THIS SCHEDULE INCLUDES ALL CLASS TIMES & LOCATIONS, WORK SCHEDULES, SPORTS AND ANY OTHER COMMITMENT YOU MAY HAVE THAT TAKES UP YOUR TIME ON A REGULAR BASIS!! Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 8:00 AM 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 pm 12:30 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:30 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00

8 CONTRACT PRIVATE INSTRUCTION IN MUSIC FOR HAMILTON STUDENTS I authorize Hamilton College to bill me: $ for 11 half-hour lessons $ for 11 hour lessons for private instruction in music during the 2019 spring term. Financial assistance may be available to those who receive financial aid from the college. Before you enroll, you should contact Patty Gogola in the Office of Financial Aid to determine your eligibility and the amount of aid available to you. She can be reached at or (315) The actual amount billed to students will be reduced by the amount of any college financial aid or department stipend. If you choose to drop lessons before the academic drop deadline, you will still be responsible for the full amount of the contract. (Note: Financial aid and department stipends are forfeited when lessons are dropped.) Full name of instructor (for returning students). Full name of student (please print). Student s College ID No.. Campus address Phone number Mail Box # address I have read the entire contract and agree to the terms and the refund policy stated in the To the Student section below. Date Student s Signature ********************************************************************************************* To the Student: The form above is to be filled out and signed by you and given to Kim Carroll, Music Department, List 217. Lessons will not be scheduled until the contract is signed. ONCE THIS CONTRACT IS SIGNED THE STUDENT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FULL COST OF LESSONS. If you are in your first semester of study at Hamilton, you may drop lessons prior to the second scheduled lesson. For voice students in their first semester of study at Hamilton, the first lesson serves as an audition to take lessons. If you sign and submit to Kim Carroll a Drop Contract form and Course Drop slip prior to the second scheduled lesson, you will only be financially responsible for the first lesson taken rather than the full amount of the signed contract. Instructors will make up any lessons they cause to be missed. They will make up at their discretion those lessons you caused to be missed usually only if missed due to illness or emergency. In either case, you will be billed the full amount on the contract you sign. If you are receiving a Music Department stipend for private instruction in music, you will not be billed for eleven half-hour lessons ($330.00). Stipends are only given to students who are receiving credit for their lessons. Students who break their contract, who drop lessons for credit, or who otherwise do not ultimately receive credit for the course will forfeit their stipend(s) and any financial aid that had been applied and will be billed for the total amount of their lesson fees. This contract is for the extra fee for music instruction, and applies whether you are registered to receive credit or not. Students taking for credit are reminded that they must abide by the conditions of the course as stated in Information for Courses in Applied Music and Solo Performance, a document available from the Music Department Office in List 217.

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