Our Instrumental Program includes Symphonic Band, Jazz Band, and Classical and Jazz Chamber Groups. The Instrumental Program is led by Dr. John Wolfskill (281.290.3403 | firstname.lastname@example.org). Some of the regionís best players and teachers also teach for the program. (Faculty List)
Private Instrumental Lessons (MUAP)
Private weekly instrumental lessons are also available exclusively to students enrolled in music courses or performing in music ensembles. To enroll in private instrumental lessons, speak to Dr. Wolfskill.
Instrumental Music Ensembles (MUEN)
Courses are 1 credit each. Not all ensembles are offered every semester.
Our student instrumentalists perform major classical works for band, orchestra, and jazz ensembles, often featuring acclaimed guest artists.
Register for Course # MUEN 1123
The study and performance of music compositions for full symphony orchestra
Especially recommended for orchestral string players
Register for Course # MUEN 1127
The study and performance of big band jazz, including Swing, Latin, Rock and other jazz styles
Recommended for flutists, saxophonists, clarinetists, trumpeters, trombonists, pianists, drummers, guitarists, and upright bassists.
Register for Course # MUEN 1131
The study and performances of music compositions for small string groups.
Recommended for violinists, violists, cellists, and bassists.
Register for Course # MUEN 1133
The study and performances of music literature from a variety of genres.
Recommended for guitarists and bassists.
Register for Course # MUEN 2124
The study of a wide variety of literature for wind and percussion instruments
Recommended for all woodwind, brass, and percussionists
Register for Course # MUEN 2135
A study of the techniques of solo jazz improvisation and small combo literature.
Recommended for all instrumentalists with prior performance experience