Professor H. Huang
Associate Professors Cubek, Harley, Jáquez, Kamm, Kang
Senior Lecturers Blankenburg, R. Huang
Lecturers Berkolds, Grabarchuk, Knight, Simon, Thibodeaux, Zaidel
The study of music at Scripps College explores music as a cultural expression of Europe, the Americas, and other parts of the world. It provides students with historical perspectives on various musical repertories, socio-cultural understandings of contemporary and historical musical practices, skills in music theory and analysis, and techniques of musical performance and composition. The Music Department also offers qualified students opportunities to perform in solo and group recitals, as well as in chamber music groups, choral ensembles, and orchestra.
Learning Outcomes of the Program in Music
Department Goals and/or Objectives
Goals are broad statements that describe what the program wants to accomplish
1. Demonstrate notational literacy in and understand the constructs of tonal music.
2. Demonstrate accomplishment in one area of either music scholarship, performance, or composition:
A. Write critically about music, showing skills in evaluating performance and/or writings about music, and integrating disciplinary knowledge with that of other disciplines such as other arts, literature, anthropology, history, science.
B. Perform music, communicating effectively to an audience.
C. Develop skill in composing music, with an understanding of the structures of other composed musics.
Student Learning Outcomes
Outcomes describe specific knowledge, abilities, values, and attitudes students should demonstrate
SLO1: Demonstrate literacy in tonal musical language.
SLO2A: Write critically about music, exhibiting knowledge of musicological, ethno-musicological, and/or theoretical issues and terminology.
SLO2B: Present music performance.
SLO2C: Create and present performance of musical compositions.