Music Courses

Music Foundations

Course TitleCourse DescriptionCourse Number
Music Appreciation. (3) Prerequisite: A score of 16 on the Reading portion of the Enhanced ACT or REA 0123 with a grade of ?C? or better. Listening course designed to give the student an understanding and appreciation of music as a moving force in Western Culture. Three lecture hours per week.MUS1113
Music Survey (Music Majors). (3) Prerequisite: A score of 16 on the Reading portion of the Enhanced ACT or REA 0123 with a grade of ?C? or better. An advanced listening course designed to acquaint the student with a broad overview of the musical style, literature, and composers of the various periods of music history. Three lecture hours per week.MUS1123
Fundamentals of Music. (3) Prerequisite: A score of 16 on the Reading portion of the Enhanced ACT or REA 0123 with a grade of ?C? or better. Provides the student with basis knowledge of notations, scales, keys, rhythm, intervals, triads, and their inversions. Lab will consist of basic skills in piano, sight-reading and ear-training. Open to both music majors and non-music majors. Two lecture and one lab hour per week.MUS1133
Music Theory I. (3) Prerequisite: A score of 16 on the Reading portion of the Enhanced ACT or REA 0123 with a grade of ?C? or better. Corequisite: MUS 1211 Study of functional harmony and the basic elements of music composition through analysis and part-writing. Three lecture hours per week.MUS1213
Music Theory I Lab. (1) Prerequisite: A score of 16 on the Reading portion of the Enhanced ACT or REA 0123 with a grade of ?C? or better. Corequisite: MUS 1213 Laboratory instruction in sight?singing, ear training, and dictation. Two lab hours per week. A lab fee may be assessed.MUS1211
Music Theory II. (3) Prerequisite: MUS 1213 Corequisite: MUS 1221 Continued study of functional harmony and the basic elements of music composition through analysis and part-writing. Three lecture hours per week.MUS1223
Music Theory II Lab. (1) Prerequisite: MUS 1211 Corequisite: MUS 1223 Sight-singing, ear training, and dictation. Two laboratory hours per week. A lab fee may be assessed.MUS1221
Music Theory III. (3) Prerequisite: MUS 1223 Corequieste: MUS 2211 Continued study of functional harmony through analysis and part-writing. Three lecture hours per week.MUS2213
Music Theory III Lab. (1) Prerequisite: MUS 1221 Corequisite: MUS 2213 Sight-singing, ear training, and dictation. Two lab hours per week. A lab fee may be assessed.MUS2211
Music Theory IV. (3) Prerequisite: MUS 2213 Corequisite: MUS 2221 Continued study of functional harmony through analysis and part-writing. Three lecture hours per week.MUS2223
Music Theory Lab IV. (1) Prerequisite: MUS 2211 Corequisite: MUS 2223 Sight-sing, ear training, and dictation. Two lab hours per week. A course fee may be assessed.MUS2221
Music for Elementary Teachers. (3) Prerequisite: A score of 16 on the Reading portion of the Enhanced ACT or REA 0123 with a grade of ?C? or better. Designed for the needs of the elementary education major, this course offers musical activities, teaching methods, and materials for the inclusion of music in the elementary classroom. Three lecture hours per week.MUS2513
Recital Class I-IV. (1) Required performance of solo and ensemble literature by students majoring in music. Attendance at a prescribed number of approved musical performances per semester is also required.MUS1911
Recital Class I-IV. (1) Required performance of solo and ensemble literature by students majoring in music. Attendance at a prescribed number of approved musical performances per semester is also required.MUS1921
Recital Class I-IV. (1) Required performance of solo and ensemble literature by students majoring in music. Attendance at a prescribed number of approved musical performances per semester is also required.MUS2911
Recital Class I-IV. (1) Required performance of solo and ensemble literature by students majoring in music. Attendance at a prescribed number of approved musical performances per semester is also required.MUS2921

Applied Music

Course TitleCourse DescriptionCourse Number
Brass for Non-Majors I-IV. (1) Brass instruction for the non-music major. Individual instruction on a brass instrument with emphasis on tone production, technique, reading, and interpretation. One?half hour lesson per week and daily practice. One semester hour credit. Permission of instructor and participation in band are required. A course fee may be assessed.MUA1141
Brass for Non-Majors I-IV. (1) Brass instruction for the non-music major. Individual instruction on a brass instrument with emphasis on tone production, technique, reading, and interpretation. One?half hour lesson per week and daily practice. One semester hour credit. Permission of instructor and participation in band are required. A course fee may be assessed.MUA1151
Brass for Non-Majors I-IV. (1) Brass instruction for the non-music major. Individual instruction on a brass instrument with emphasis on tone production, technique, reading, and interpretation. One?half hour lesson per week and daily practice. One semester hour credit. Permission of instructor and participation in band are required. A course fee may be assessed.MUA2141
Brass for Non-Majors I-IV. (1) Brass instruction for the non-music major. Individual instruction on a brass instrument with emphasis on tone production, technique, reading, and interpretation. One?half hour lesson per week and daily practice. One semester hour credit. Permission of instructor and participation in band are required. A course fee may be assessed.MUA2151
Brass for Music Education Majors I-IV. (2) Brass instruction for music and music education majors. Intensive study of tone production scales, technique, and literature are emphasized. One performance in recital class each semester and participation in band are required. One hour lesson per week and a minimum of one hour of daily practice.MUA1172
Brass for Music Education Majors I-IV. (2) Brass instruction for music and music education majors. Intensive study of tone production scales, technique, and literature are emphasized. One performance in recital class each semester and participation in band are required. One hour lesson per week and a minimum of one hour of daily practice.MUA1182
Brass for Music Education Majors I-IV. (2) Brass instruction for music and music education majors. Intensive study of tone production scales, technique, and literature are emphasized. One performance in recital class each semester and participation in band are required. One hour lesson per week and a minimum of one hour of daily practice.MUA2172
Brass for Music Education Majors I-IV. (2) Brass instruction for music and music education majors. Intensive study of tone production scales, technique, and literature are emphasized. One performance in recital class each semester and participation in band are required. One hour lesson per week and a minimum of one hour of daily practice.MUA2182
Guitar for Non-Majors I-IV. (1) Individual instruction in classical guitar with emphasis on technique, reading, and interpretation. One half?hour lesson per week and one hour of daily practice. A course fee will be assessed.MUA1241
Guitar for Non-Majors I-IV. (1) Individual instruction in classical guitar with emphasis on technique, reading, and interpretation. One half?hour lesson per week and one hour of daily practice. A course fee will be assessed.MUA1251
Guitar for Non-Majors I-IV. (1) Individual instruction in classical guitar with emphasis on technique, reading, and interpretation. One half?hour lesson per week and one hour of daily practice. A course fee will be assessed.MUA2241
Guitar for Non Majors I-IV. (1) Individual instruction in classical guitar with emphasis on technique, reading, and interpretation. One half-hour lesson per week and one hour of daily practice. A course fee will be assessed.MUA2251
Guitar for Music Education Majors I-IV. (1) Guitar instruction for music majors with guitar as their area of emphasis. Individual instruction in classical guitar with emphasis on technique, reading, and interpretation. Intensive study of literature. One performance in recital class each semester and participation in an ensemble are required. One hour lesson per week and one hour daily practice. A course fee may be assessed.MUA1272
Guitar for Music Education Majors I-IV. (1) Guitar instruction for music majors with guitar as their area of emphasis. Individual instruction in classical guitar with emphasis on technique, reading, and interpretation. Intensive study of literature. One performance in recital class each semester and participation in an ensemble are required. One hour lesson per week and one hour daily practice. A course fee may be assessed.MUA1282
Guitar for Music Education Majors I-IV. (1) Guitar instruction for music majors with guitar as their area of emphasis. Individual instruction in classical guitar with emphasis on technique, reading, and interpretation. Intensive study of literature. One performance in recital class each semester and participation in an ensemble are required. One hour lesson per week and one hour daily practice. A course fee may be assessed.MUA2272
Guitar for Music Education Majors I-IV. (1) Guitar instruction for music majors with guitar as their area of emphasis. Individual instruction in classical guitar with emphasis on technique, reading, and interpretation. Intensive study of literature. One performance in recital class each semester and participation in an ensemble are required. One hour lesson per week and one hour daily practice. A course fee may be assessed.MUA2282
Percussion for Non?Majors I-IV. (1) Percussion instruction for non-music majors. Individual instruction on percussion instruments with emphasis on rudimental snare drum, timpani, and melodic percussion. One?half hour lesson per week and daily practice. Permission of instructor and participation in band are required. A course fee may be assessed.MUA1441
Percussion for Non?Majors I-IV. (1) Percussion instruction for non-music majors. Individual instruction on percussion instruments with emphasis on rudimental snare drum, timpani, and melodic percussion. One?half hour lesson per week and daily practice. Permission of instructor and participation in band are required. A course fee may be assessed.MUA1451
Percussion for Non?Majors I-IV. (1) Percussion instruction for non-music majors. Individual instruction on percussion instruments with emphasis on rudimental snare drum, timpani, and melodic percussion. One?half hour lesson per week and daily practice. Permission of instructor and participation in band are required. A course fee may be assessed.MUA2441
Percussion for Non?Majors I-IV. (1) Percussion instruction for non-music majors. Individual instruction on percussion instruments with emphasis on rudimental snare drum, timpani, and melodic percussion. One?half hour lesson per week and daily practice. Permission of instructor and participation in band are required. A course fee may be assessed.MUA2451
Percussion for Music Education Majors I-IV. (2) Percussion instruction for music and music education majors. Intensive study of rudiments, scales, technique, and literature is emphasized. One performance in recital class each semester and participation in band are required. One hour lesson per week and a minimum of one hour of daily practice.MUA1472
Percussion for Music Education Majors I-IV. (2) Percussion instruction for music and music education majors. Intensive study of rudiments, scales, technique, and literature is emphasized. One performance in recital class each semester and participation in band are required. One hour lesson per week and a minimum of one hour of daily practice.MUA1482
Percussion for Music Education Majors I-IV. (2) Percussion instruction for music and music education majors. Intensive study of rudiments, scales, technique, and literature is emphasized. One performance in recital class each semester and participation in band are required. One hour lesson per week and a minimum of one hour of daily practice.MUA2472
Percussion for Music Education Majors I-IV. (2) Percussion instruction for music and music education majors. Intensive study of rudiments, scales, technique, and literature is emphasized. One performance in recital class each semester and participation in band are required. One hour lesson per week and a minimum of one hour of daily practice.MUA2482
Class Piano I-IV. (1) Piano instruction for music education majors with no previous piano experience. Emphasis is on scales, reading and fingering. Two lab hours per week, one?half hour of daily practice. A lab fee may be assessed.MUA1511
Class Piano I-IV. (1) Piano instruction for music education majors with no previous piano experience. Emphasis is on scales, reading and fingering. Two lab hours per week, one?half hour of daily practice. A lab fee may be assessed.MUA1521
Class Piano I-IV. (1) Piano instruction for music education majors with no previous piano experience. Emphasis is on scales, reading and fingering. Two lab hours per week, one?half hour of daily practice. A lab fee may be assessed.MUA2511
Class Piano I-IV. (1) Piano instruction for music education majors with no previous piano experience. Emphasis is on scales, reading and fingering. Two lab hours per week, one?half hour of daily practice. A lab fee may be assessed.MUA2521
Piano for Non?Majors I-IV. (1) Piano instruction for non?majors. Beginners will be given class instruction, more advanced students will receive one?half hour lesson per week. One hour of daily practice is expected. A course fee may be assessed.MUA1541
Piano for Non?Majors I-IV. (1) Piano instruction for non?majors. Beginners will be given class instruction, more advanced students will receive one?half hour lesson per week. One hour of daily practice is expected. A course fee may be assessed.MUA1551
Piano for Non?Majors I-IV. (1) Piano instruction for non?majors. Beginners will be given class instruction, more advanced students will receive one?half hour lesson per week. One hour of daily practice is expected. A course fee may be assessed.MUA2541
Piano for Non?Majors I-IV. (1) Piano instruction for non-majors. Beginners will be given class instruction, more advanced students will receive one?half hour lesson per week. One hour of daily practice is expected. A course fee may be assessed.MUA2551
Piano for Music Education Majors I-IV. (2) Individual instruction in piano for the music education major emphasizing scales, keyboard technique, and interpretation of literature from the Baroque, Classical, and Romantic periods of music. One hour lesson per week and one hour of daily practice. One recital class performance and participation in a major ensemble each semester are required.MUA1572
Piano for Music Education Majors I-IV. (2) Individual instruction in piano for the music education major emphasizing scales, keyboard technique, and interpretation of literature from the Baroque, Classical, and Romantic periods of music. One hour lesson per week and one hour of daily practice. One recital class performance and participation in a major ensemble each semester are required.MUA1582
Piano for Music Education Majors I-IV. (2) Individual instruction in piano for the music education major emphasizing scales, keyboard technique, and interpretation of literature from the Baroque, Classical, and Romantic periods of music. One hour lesson per week and one hour of daily practice. One recital class performance and participation in a major ensemble each semester are required.MUA2572
Piano for Music Education Majors I-IV. (2) Individual instruction in piano for the music education major emphasizing scales, keyboard technique, and interpretation of literature from the Baroque, Classical, and Romantic periods of music. One hour lesson per week and one hour of daily practice. One recital class performance and participation in a major ensemble each semester are required.MUA2582
Voice for Non-Majors I-IV. (1) Individual instruction designed to teach the fundamental principles of singing and develop the student?s vocal ability. One half-hour lesson per week with daily practice. Participation in choir through audition is required. A course fee may be assessed.MUA1741
Voice for Non-Majors I-IV. (1) Individual instruction designed to teach the fundamental principles of singing and develop the student?s vocal ability. One half-hour lesson per week with daily practice. Participation in choir through audition is required. A course fee may be assessed.MUA1751
Voice for Non-Majors I-IV. (1) Individual instruction designed to teach the fundamental principles of singing and develop the student?s vocal ability. One half-hour lesson per week with daily practice. Participation in choir through audition is required. A course fee may be assessed.MUA2741
Voice for Non-Majors I-IV. (1) Individual instruction designed to teach the fundamental principles of singing and develop the student?s vocal ability. One half-hour lesson per week with daily practice. Participation in choir through audition is required. A course fee may be assessed.MUA2751
Voice for Music Education Majors I-IV. (2) Voice for majors is designed to teach the fundamental principles of singing, explore varied vocal repertoire, and develop and improve the student?s vocal ability. Individual instruction emphasizing principles of relaxation, breath management, distinct enunciation and interpretation. Participation in Choir is required. One recital class performance per semester. One hour lesson per week. One hour of daily practice.MUA1772
Voice for Music Education Majors I-IV. (2) Voice for majors is designed to teach the fundamental principles of singing, explore varied vocal repertoire, and develop and improve the student?s vocal ability. Individual instruction emphasizing principles of relaxation, breath management, distinct enunciation and interpretation. Participation in Choir is required. One recital class performance per semester. One hour lesson per week. One hour of daily practice.MUA1782
Voice for Music Education Majors I-IV. (2) Voice for majors is designed to teach the fundamental principles of singing, explore varied vocal repertoire, and develop and improve the student?s vocal ability. Individual instruction emphasizing principles of relaxation, breath management, distinct enunciation and interpretation. Participation in Choir is required. One recital class performance per semester. One hour lesson per week. One hour of daily practice.MUA2772
Voice for Music Education Majors I-IV. (2) Voice for majors is designed to teach the fundamental principles of singing, explore varied vocal repertoire, and develop and improve the student?s vocal ability. Individual instruction emphasizing principles of relaxation, breath management, distinct enunciation and interpretation. Participation in Choir is required. One recital class performance per semester. One hour lesson per week. One hour of daily practice.MUA2782
Woodwinds for Non-Majors. (1) Individual instruction on a woodwind instrument with emphasis on tone, technique, reading, and interpretation. One-half hour lesson per week and one hour of daily practice. Permission of the instructor and participation in band are required. A course fee may be assessed.MUA1841
Woodwinds for Non?Majors. (1) Individual instruction on a woodwind instrument with emphasis on tone, technique, reading, and interpretation. One-half hour lesson per week and one hour of daily practice. Permission of the instructor and participation in band are required. A course fee may be assessed.MUA1851
Woodwinds for Non-Majors. (1) Individual instruction on a woodwind instrument with emphasis on tone, technique, reading, and interpretation. One-half hour lesson per week and one hour of daily practice. Permission of the instructor and participation in band are required. A course fee may be assessed.MUA2841
Woodwinds for Non-Majors. (1) Individual instruction on a woodwind instrument with emphasis on tone, technique, reading, and interpretation. One-half hour lesson per week and one hour of daily practice. Permission of the instructor and participation in band are required. A course fee may be assessed.MUA2851
Woodwinds for Music Education Majors. (2) Individual woodwind instruction for music and music education majors. Intensive study of tone, scales, technique, and literature is emphasized. One performance in recital class each semester and participation in band are required. One hour lesson per week and one hour of daily practice.MUA1872
Woodwinds for Music Education Majors. (2) Individual woodwind instruction for music and music education majors. Intensive study of tone, scales, technique, and literature is emphasized. One performance in recital class each semester and participation in band are required. One hour lesson per week and one hour of daily practice.MUA1882
Woodwinds for Music Education Majors. (2) Individual woodwind instruction for music and music education majors. Intensive study of tone, scales, technique, and literature is emphasized. One performance in recital class each semester and participation in band are required. One hour lesson per week and one hour of daily practice.MUA2872
Woodwinds for Music Education Majors. (2) Individual woodwind instruction for music and music education majors. Intensive study of tone, scales, technique, and literature is emphasized. One performance in recital class each semester and participation in band are required. One hour lesson per week and one hour of daily practice.MUA2882

Music Organizations

Course TitleCourse DescriptionCourse Number
Band I-IV. (1) The teaching of music through performance in both marching and concert band settings. The ?Spirit of the River? Marching Band performs at football games, parades, band festivals, and various community events during the fall semester. Six rehearsal hours per week. The Concert Band performs a minimum of two concerts during the spring semester. Three rehearsal hours per week. An audition or consent of the band instructor is required.MUO1111
Band I-IV. (1) The teaching of music through performance in both marching and concert band settings. The ?Spirit of the River? Marching Band performs at football games, parades, band festivals, and various community events during the fall semester. Six rehearsal hours per week. The Concert Band performs a minimum of two concerts during the spring semester. Three rehearsal hours per week. An audition or consent of the band instructor is required.MUO1121
Band I-IV. (1) The teaching of music through performance in both marching and concert band settings. The ?Spirit of the River? Marching Band performs at football games, parades, band festivals, and various community events during the fall semester. Six rehearsal hours per week. The Concert Band performs a minimum of two concerts during the spring semester. Three rehearsal hours per week. An audition or consent of the band instructor is required.MUO2111
Band I-IV. (1) The teaching of music through performance in both marching and concert band settings. The ?Spirit of the River? Marching Band performs at football games, parades, band festivals, and various community events during the fall semester. Six rehearsal hours per week. The Concert Band performs a minimum of two concerts during the spring semester. Three rehearsal hours per week. An audition or consent of the band instructor is required.MUO2121
Small Band Groups I-IV. (1) Percussion, Brass, and Woodwind ensembles. Permission of instructor and participation in band are required. Three lab rehearsal hours per week. String of Pearls Dance Team. Fall team is an auxiliary unit of the marching band. Spring team performs at various campus and community events and competes on the state and national level. Membership is by audition only. Marching Band Color Guard. This group is an auxiliary unit of the marching band. Audition only. MUO1141
Small Band Groups I-IV. (1) Percussion, Brass, and Woodwind ensembles. Permission of instructor and participation in band are required. Three lab rehearsal hours per week. String of Pearls Dance Team. Fall team is an auxiliary unit of the marching band. Spring team performs at various campus and community events and competes on the state and national level. Membership is by audition only. Marching Band Color Guard. This group is an auxiliary unit of the marching band. Audition only. MUO1151
Small Band Groups I-IV. (1) Percussion, Brass, and Woodwind ensembles. Permission of instructor and participation in band are required. Three lab rehearsal hours per week. String of Pearls Dance Team. Fall team is an auxiliary unit of the marching band. Spring team performs at various campus and community events and competes on the state and national level. Membership is by audition only. Marching Band Color Guard. This group is an auxiliary unit of the marching band. Audition only. MUO2141
Small Band Groups I-IV. (1) Percussion, Brass, and Woodwind ensembles. Permission of instructor and participation in band are required. Three lab rehearsal hours per week. String of Pearls Dance Team. Fall team is an auxiliary unit of the marching band. Spring team performs at various campus and community events and competes on the state and national level. Membership is by audition only. Marching Band Color Guard. This group is an auxiliary unit of the marching band. Audition only. MUO2151
Small Band Groups I-IV. (1) Percussion, Brass, and Woodwind ensembles. Permission of instructor and participation in band are required. Three lab rehearsal hours per week. String of Pearls Dance Team. Fall team is an auxiliary unit of the marching band. Spring team performs at various campus and community events and competes on the state and national level. Membership is by audition only. Marching Band Color Guard. This group is an auxiliary unit of the marching band. Audition only. MUO
Jazz Band I-IV. (1) The PRCC ?Jazz Cats? Jazz Band is an auditioned group consisting of saxophone, trombone, trumpet, and rhythm sections. Performances include concerts at district schools, community events, and school activities. Three rehearsal hours per week.MUO1171
Jazz Band I-IV. (1) The PRCC ?Jazz Cats? Jazz Band is an auditioned group consisting of saxophone, trombone, trumpet, and rhythm sections. Performances include concerts at district schools, community events, and school activities. Three rehearsal hours per week.MUO1181
Jazz Band I-IV. (1) The PRCC ?Jazz Cats? Jazz Band is an auditioned group consisting of saxophone, trombone, trumpet, and rhythm sections. Performances include concerts at district schools, community events, and school activities. Three rehearsal hours per week.MUO2171
Jazz Band I-IV. (1) The PRCC ?Jazz Cats? Jazz Band is an auditioned group consisting of saxophone, trombone, trumpet, and rhythm sections. Performances include concerts at district schools, community events, and school activities. Three rehearsal hours per week.MUO2181
Choir I-IV. (1) A course for music majors and non-majors focused on performing choral music from a variety of style periods and genres. An audition demonstrating sight-reading and part-singing ability is required. The performing group makes numerous appearances during the year, both on campus and throughout the state. Three rehearsal hours per week.MUO1211
Choir I-IV. (1) A course for music majors and non-majors focused on performing choral music from a variety of style periods and genres. An audition demonstrating sight-reading and part-singing ability is required. The performing group makes numerous appearances during the year, both on campus and throughout the state. Three rehearsal hours per week.MUO1221
Choir I-IV. (1) A course for music majors and non-majors focused on performing choral music from a variety of style periods and genres. An audition demonstrating sight-reading and part-singing ability is required. The performing group makes numerous appearances during the year, both on campus and throughout the state. Three rehearsal hours per week.MUO2211
Choir I-IV. (1) A course for music majors and non-majors focused on performing choral music from a variety of style periods and genres. An audition demonstrating sight-reading and part-singing ability is required. The performing group makes numerous appearances during the year, both on campus and throughout the state. Three rehearsal hours per week.MUO2221
RiverRoad I-IV. (1) The PRCC Showchoir, RiverRoad is a select performing group (audition only) made up of men and women singing a variety of popular music with choreography. The performing group makes numerous performances throughout the year on campus and at state and national venues. Three rehearsal hours per week.MUO1241
RiverRoad I-IV. (1) The PRCC Showchoir, RiverRoad is a select performing group (audition only) made up of men and women singing a variety of popular music with choreography. The performing group makes numerous performances throughout the year on campus and at state and national venues. Three rehearsal hours per week.MUO1251
RiverRoad I-IV. (1) The PRCC Showchoir, RiverRoad is a select performing group (audition only) made up of men and women singing a variety of popular music with choreography. The performing group makes numerous performances throughout the year on campus and at state and national venues. Three rehearsal hours per week.MUO2241
RiverRoad I-IV. (1) The PRCC Showchoir, RiverRoad is a select performing group (audition only) made up of men and women singing a variety of popular music with choreography. The performing group makes numerous performances throughout the year on campus and at state and national venues. Three rehearsal hours per week.MUO2251
The Voices I-IV. (1) ?The Voices? is a highly select mixed vocal ensemble open through audition only. The ensemble performs widely each semester for campus, civic, and other events. Three rehearsal hours per week.MUO1271
The Voices I-IV. (1) The Voices is a highly select mixed vocal ensemble open through audition only. The ensemble performs widely each semester for campus, civic, and other events. Three rehearsal hours per week.MUO1281
The Voices I-IV. (1) The Voices is a highly select mixed vocal ensemble open through audition only. The ensemble performs widely each semester for campus, civic, and other events. Three rehearsal hours per week.MUO2271
The Voices I-IV. (1) The Voices is a highly select mixed vocal ensemble open through audition only. The ensemble performs widely each semester for campus, civic, and other events. Three rehearsal hours per week.MUO2281