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Music and Theater Arts

Music and Theater Arts


Department of Music and Theater Arts


Department of Music and Theater Arts

At MIT, the arts are widely practiced, performed, and celebrated - in corridors and classrooms, on stage and in the studio.

Hundreds of exhibitions, performances, and readings enliven MIT's campus annually, enhancing and enriching campus life while drawing tens of thousands of visitors from throughout the region.

Between 60 and 70 percent of incoming freshmen come to MIT with strong interests and involvement in the arts. Many pursue their artistic interests through participation in MIT's Music and Theater Arts Section, which provides numerous opportunities for students to develop artistically and intellectually.

Music

MIT's Music Program provides a challenging, rewarding undergraduate musical education for students at every level of preparation and talent. The music faculty includes internationally known composers and performers, and students may choose from a wide variety of offerings in performance, theory/analysis/composition, and music history/literature.

MIT students can major, double major, minor or concentrate in music. In addition to individual and class study in traditional and experimental music, students may participate in many performance groups directed by members of the faculty. These include the MIT Symphony and String Chamber Orchestras, Wind Ensemble, Festival Jazz Ensemble, Chamber Music Society, Concert Choir, Chamber Chorus, Gamelan Galak-Tika and the Senegalese performing ensemble, RAMBAX MIT.

Theater Arts

Through MIT's Theater Arts Program, students explore diverse theatrical forms and practices, from the scripted play to actor-created theater, from musical theater to the theater of identity politics. Courses range from playwriting to directing to set design, always reflecting a commitment to diverse aesthetics. Students participate in numerous curricular and extracurricular ensembles ranging from the curricular Dramashop to the extracurricular improv comedy troupe, Roadkill Buffet.

The Program welcomes students' unique cultural and individual perspectives in a collaborative environment that encourages inquiry as the cornerstone of both personal and artistic growth. Together, MIT Theater's faculty and students work together in search of expression, depth and mastery in the art of theater.

Department of Music and Theater Arts links

Visit the MIT Music home page at:
http://web.mit.edu/mta/www/music/

Visit the MIT Theater Arts home page at:
http://web.mit.edu/mta/www/theater

Review the MIT Department of History curriculum at:
http://ocw.mit.edu/OcwWeb/web/resources/curriculum/index.htm#21m


Updated within the past 180 days

MIT Course #Course TitleTerm

21M.011Introduction to Western MusicSpring 2006

21M.030Introduction to World MusicFall 2006

21M.051Fundamentals of MusicSpring 2007

21M.065Introduction to Musical CompositionFall 2005

21M.113Developing Musical StructuresFall 2002

21M.220Early MusicSpring 2007

21M.223JIntroduction to Anglo-American Folk MusicFall 2005

21M.250Schubert to DebussyFall 2006

21M.262Modern Music: 1900-1960Fall 2006

21M.263Music Since 1960Spring 2006

21M.271Symphony and ConcertoSpring 2007

21M.291Music of IndiaSpring 2007

21M.293Music of AfricaFall 2005

21M.294Popular Musics of the WorldSpring 2005

21M.301Harmony and Counterpoint ISpring 2005

21M.302Harmony and Counterpoint IISpring 2005
NEW
21M.350Musical AnalysisSpring 2008
NEW
21M.361Composing with Computers I (Electronic Music Composition)Spring 2008

21M.410Vocal Repertoire and Performance: African American ComposersSpring 2005

21M.410Vocal Repertoire and Performance: Women ComposersSpring 2007

21M.515Vocal Repertoire and Performance: Women ComposersSpring 2007

21M.603Principles of DesignFall 2005

21M.604Playwriting ISpring 2005

21M.606Introduction to StagecraftSpring 2003

21M.616Learning from the Past: Drama, Science, PerformanceSpring 2007
NEW
21M.621Theater and Cultural Diversity in the U.S.Spring 2008
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21M.670Traditions in American Concert Dance: Gender and AutobiographySpring 2008

21M.675Dance Theory and CompositionFall 2003

21M.710Script AnalysisFall 2005

21M.714Studies in Drama: Theater and Science in a Time of WarSpring 2005

21M.732Costume Design for the TheaterFall 2004

21M.733Design for the Theater: ScenerySpring 2005

21M.734Design for the Theater: ScenerySpring 2005

21M.734Lighting Design for the TheatreFall 2003

21M.735Technical Design: Scenery, Mechanisms, and Special EffectsSpring 2004

21M.775Hip HopFall 2007

21M.785Playwrights' WorkshopSpring 2007

21M.873Theater Arts TopicsFall 2004
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21M.873Theater Arts Topics - SuburbiaJanuary (IAP) 2008
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Updated within the past 180 days

MIT Course #Course TitleTerm

21M.410Vocal Repertoire and Performance: African American ComposersSpring 2005

21M.410Vocal Repertoire and Performance: Women ComposersSpring 2007

21M.515Vocal Repertoire and Performance: Women ComposersSpring 2007

21M.785Playwrights' WorkshopSpring 2007

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