Piano Studies

The School of Arts and Humanities offers courses in piano instruction at several levels for all students.

For the student with no prior experience, MUSI 2317 Piano I offers introduction to keyboard skills, including technique, literature and basic theory. Course may be repeated for up to 9 hours credit, with progressively more challenging assignments.

MUSI 3388 Piano II consists of intermediate level studies, including technique, theory, repertoire development and stylistic interpretation. Enrollment is by audition only. Course may be repeated for up to 9 hours credit, with progressively more challenging assignments.

MUSI 4345 Piano III offers advanced studies, including technique, theory, repertoire development and stylistic interpretation. Enrollment is by audition only.

Independent Study consists of private instruction with a UT Dallas faculty member. Enrollment is by permission of the instructor only.

Students in all upper level music courses perform frequently in campus recitals and on the Fall and Spring Arts Festivals.

For more information, contact Mary Medrick at mary.medrick@utdallas.edu.

Music students without previous instrumental training are also encouraged to take Music Theory I and II and Understanding Music to broaden their skills and understanding of music.