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Music: Concentration Collaborative Piano

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Total Credit Hours
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Why Study Collaborative Piano

The Master of Music in Collaborative Piano program at Austin Peay will prepare graduates for career entry in a wide array of settings. Through ensemble experiences, literature and repertoire courses, and supporting curriculum, students will gain the skills, knowledge, and experiences necessary for career entry. Students will also develop the inquiry, research, and ensemble skills necessary to be adaptive as the field of music continues to grow and change.

Collaborative Piano is a rich and flourishing career path for pianists in a variety of performance, coaching, and academic environments. There is hardly an area in the field of music that does not require a pianist in some fashion including such venues as dance rehearsals, opera coaching, church services, choral performances, chamber music, musical theatre productions, and ensemble performances. Students with an advanced degree in this field will have the opportunity to work for a host of musical endeavors.

Students who wish to develop their potential as collaborative pianists will benefit from the rich training and the myriad of performance opportunities offered at APSU.

Austin Peay's applied faculty and ensemble directors are second to none. Our department is host to world-class performers including premier soloists, chamber musicians, Nashville's top recording studio session players, symphony musicians, leading opera singers, and world renowned clinicians. Our ensemble directors have established a tradition of excellence in large and small ensembles. And all Music Department faculty are committed to serving our students as educators and mentors.

 

Admission Requirements

For information related to admission requirements or to view the courses within each program, please visit the graduate bulletin.  To apply for admission, click here.

 

What Will I Learn

 

Sample Course Plan

2022 Collaborative Piano Sample Course Plan

 

 

Where have APSU alumni gone?
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Meet Alexandra Willis

After completing a 1 year stage management internship at Lexington Children's Theatre, Paige has moved to New York where she is beginning work as a Stage Manager in the Julliard School Professional Internship Program.

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Meet Alexandra Willis

After completing a 1 year stage management internship at Lexington Children's Theatre, Paige has moved to New York where she is beginning work as a Stage Manager in the Julliard School Professional Internship Program.

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Meet Alexandra Willis

After completing a 1 year stage management internship at Lexington Children's Theatre, Paige has moved to New York where she is beginning work as a Stage Manager in the Julliard School Professional Internship Program.

How Do I Get Started?

Admission is via audition and/or portfolio review and interview. Begin the application process now by setting up an audition date.