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    Vassar College
  Dec 15, 2017
Catalogue 2017-2018

Music Department

Chair: Christine Howlett;

Professors: Jonathan Chenette (and Dean of the Faculty), Todd Crowa, Michael Pisanib;

Associate Professors: Christine Howlett, Kathryn Libin, Brian R. Mann;

Assistant Professor: Táhirih Motazedian;

Senior Lecturer: Drew Minter, Eduardo Navega

Adjunct Associate Professor: Susan Botti;

Adjunct Assistant Professor: Justin Patch;

Adjunct Instructor: Ronald Bemrich;

Adjunct Artists: Gail Archer, Paul Bellino, Cheryl P. Bishkoff, Frank Cassara, Terry Champlin, Miriam Charney, Mike DeMicco, Danielle Farina, Trey Files, Phillip Helm, Ashley J. Jackson, Moran Katz, Mary Nessinger, James Osborn, Robert Osborne, Louis Pappas, Anna Polonsky, Linda Quan, Peter Reit, Elisabeth Romano, Rachel Rosales, Susan Rotholz, James Ruff, Thomas Sauer, Sophie Shao, Peter Tomlinson, Susan Vazquez, Ed Xiques.

a On leave 2017/18, first semester

b On leave 2017/18, second semester

Advisers: The department.



Correlate Sequences in Music

The music department offers four correlate sequences, each requiring 6 units of credit of which no fewer than 5 should be taken at Vassar. No more than one course counted toward the Music & Culture correlate may be taken NRO. Specific courses to be taken within each sequence are outlined below. Students interested in pursuing a correlate sequence in music should discuss it with the music department chair as well as their major advisors during their sophomore or junior year, and they will be assigned a correlate advisor from the music faculty. Correlate sequences in music must be declared by the end of the junior year.


Music: Itemized List

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