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MUSC100

Introduces the basic terminology and symbols of western music theory, including rhythm, pitch, and the construction of major and minor scales and triads. Prerequisite: None.

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Music Fundamentals

MUSC100.EHV 5 WEB TTh 10:00a - 11:05a May, Cameron
There are additional Class Fees: $12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)$40.00 ONLINE FEE ($8.00 per credit)
This course satisfies the Humanities course requirement for transfer degrees.
This class is at our Olympia Campus.
Virtual classes meet via an online meeting space on the days and times listed on the class schedule.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 7:45 pm

MUSC&105

Introduces the elements of musical form and style through listening and studying selections of the major periods and composers of Western classical/art music, with emphasis on gaining musical knowledge and awareness. Prerequisite: None.

16 Seats
MUSC&105.EHY Details
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Music Appreciation

MUSC&105.EHY 5 021 0253 MW 10:00a - 11:05a Guarente, John
There are additional Class Fees: $12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)$40.00 ONLINE FEE ($8.00 per credit)
Choose One 5 credit course
This course satisfies the Humanities course requirement for transfer degrees.
These classes have planned times for attendance, which are indicated in the schedule. Depending on COVID-19 circumstances, real-time instruction will be either on online or on campus. The instructor will inform students of the arrangements prior to the start of the quarter.
This class is at our Olympia Campus.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 7:45 pm

MUSC134

Provides the musician an opportunity to study, rehearse, and perform jazz music. Develops skills of musical analysis and improvisation. Students must have ability to play an instrument and read musical notation. Credits from this course count towards ensemble requirements for the Associate in Music (DTA). Prerequisite: None.

34 Seats
MUSC134.NA Details
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Jazz Ensemble I

MUSC134.NA 2 021 0253 T 6:00p - 8:30p May, Cameron
+ 021 0252 T 6:00pm - 8:30
All ensemble rehearsals will take place face-to-face. Modality of performance is to be determined, but all rehearsals and performances will adhere to the state's COVID-19 guidelines for the performing arts.
There are additional Class Fees: $60.00 JAZZ ENSEMBLE COURSE FEE ($60.00 per course)$12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)
This class is taught with other courses in the same space: 2256 (enrolled: 4), 2257 (enrolled: 0), 2258 (enrolled: 0), 2259 (enrolled: 1), 2260 (enrolled: 0), 2261 (enrolled: 0), F109 (enrolled: 1), Cluster Limit: 40
This course satisfies the Humanities course requirement for transfer degrees.
This section may be merged in Canvas with other sections that are part of the same course cluster. For more information please call 596-5314.
This is a Evening/Night Class
This class is at our Olympia Campus.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 7:45 pm

MUSC135

Provides the musician a continued opportunity to study, rehearse, and perform jazz music. Develops skills of musical analysis and improvisation. Students must have ability to play an instrument and read musical notation. Credits from this course count towards ensemble requirements for the Associate in Music (DTA). Prerequisite: MUSC 134.

34 Seats
MUSC135.NA Details
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Jazz Ensemble II

MUSC135.NA 2 021 0253 T 6:00p - 8:30p May, Cameron
+ 021 0252 T 6:00pm - 8:30
All ensemble rehearsals will take place face-to-face. Modality of performance is to be determined, but all rehearsals and performances will adhere to the state's COVID-19 guidelines for the performing arts.
There are additional Class Fees: $60.00 JAZZ ENSEMBLE COURSE FEE ($60.00 per course)$12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)
This class is taught with other courses in the same space: 2256 (enrolled: 4), 2257 (enrolled: 0), 2258 (enrolled: 0), 2259 (enrolled: 1), 2260 (enrolled: 0), 2261 (enrolled: 0), F109 (enrolled: 1), Cluster Limit: 40
This course satisfies the Humanities course requirement for transfer degrees.
This section may be merged in Canvas with other sections that are part of the same course cluster. For more information please call 596-5314.
This is a Evening/Night Class
This class is at our Olympia Campus.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 7:45 pm

MUSC136

Provides the musician a continued opportunity to study, rehearse, and perform jazz music. Develops skills of musical analysis and improvisation. Students must have ability to play an instrument and read musical notation. Credits from this course count towards ensemble requirements for the Associate in Music (DTA). Prerequisite: MUSC 135.

34 Seats
MUSC136.NA Details
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Jazz Ensemble III

MUSC136.NA 2 021 0253 T 6:00p - 8:30p May, Cameron
+ 021 0252 T 6:00pm - 8:30
All ensemble rehearsals will take place face-to-face. Modality of performance is to be determined, but all rehearsals and performances will adhere to the state's COVID-19 guidelines for the performing arts.
There are additional Class Fees: $60.00 JAZZ ENSEMBLE COURSE FEE ($60.00 per course)$12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)
This class is taught with other courses in the same space: 2256 (enrolled: 4), 2257 (enrolled: 0), 2258 (enrolled: 0), 2259 (enrolled: 1), 2260 (enrolled: 0), 2261 (enrolled: 0), F109 (enrolled: 1), Cluster Limit: 40
This course satisfies the Humanities course requirement for transfer degrees.
This section may be merged in Canvas with other sections that are part of the same course cluster. For more information please call 596-5314.
This is a Evening/Night Class
This class is at our Olympia Campus.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 7:45 pm

MUSC147

Introduces students to basic piano playing at the introductory level. Prerequisite: None.

Full
MUSC147.DHV Details
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Class Piano I

MUSC147.DHV 2 WEB MTTh 10:00a - 11:05a Blinn, Jessica
There are additional Class Fees: $50.00 MUSIC PIANO LAB FEE ($50.00 per course)$12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)
This class is taught with other courses in the same space: 2306 (enrolled: 12), F112 (enrolled: 0), Cluster Limit: 12
This course satisfies the Humanities course requirement for transfer degrees.
This class is at our Olympia Campus.
This course counts as a performance skills class for the Humanities distribution.
Virtual classes meet via an online meeting space on the days and times listed on the class schedule.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 7:45 pm

MUSC150

Covers the basic principles of choral ensemble singing through the study and performance of appropriate choral literature. Open to all students and community members. Credits from this course count towards ensemble requirements for the Associate in Music (DTA). Prerequisite: None.

47 Seats
MUSC150.NC Details
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Percival Choir I

MUSC150.NC 2 021 0233 W 6:15p - 8:45p Guarente, John
+ 021 0253 W 6:15pm - 8:45
All ensemble rehearsals will take place face-to-face. Modality of performance is to be determined, but all rehearsals and performances will adhere to the state's COVID-19 guidelines for the performing arts.
There are additional Class Fees: $60.00 MUSIC - CHOIR FEE ($60.00 per course)$12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)
This class is taught with other courses in the same space: 2269 (enrolled: 3), 2270 (enrolled: 0), 2271 (enrolled: 0), 2272 (enrolled: 0), 2273 (enrolled: 0), 2274 (enrolled: 0), F110 (enrolled: 10), Cluster Limit: 60
This course satisfies the Humanities course requirement for transfer degrees.
This section may be merged in Canvas with other sections that are part of the same course cluster. For more information please call 596-5314.
This is a Evening/Night Class
This class is at our Olympia Campus.
This course counts as a performance skills class for the Humanities distribution.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 7:45 pm

MUSC151

Covers the basic principles of choral ensemble singing through the study and performance of appropriate choral literature. Open to all students and community members. Credits from this course count towards ensemble requirements for the Associate in Music (DTA). Prerequisite: MUSC 150.

47 Seats
MUSC151.NC Details
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Percival Choir II

MUSC151.NC 2 021 0233 W 6:15p - 8:45p Guarente, John
+ 021 0253 W 6:15pm - 8:45
All ensemble rehearsals will take place face-to-face. Modality of performance is to be determined, but all rehearsals and performances will adhere to the state's COVID-19 guidelines for the performing arts.
There are additional Class Fees: $60.00 MUSIC - CHOIR FEE ($60.00 per course)$12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)
This class is taught with other courses in the same space: 2269 (enrolled: 3), 2270 (enrolled: 0), 2271 (enrolled: 0), 2272 (enrolled: 0), 2273 (enrolled: 0), 2274 (enrolled: 0), F110 (enrolled: 10), Cluster Limit: 60
This course satisfies the Humanities course requirement for transfer degrees.
This section may be merged in Canvas with other sections that are part of the same course cluster. For more information please call 596-5314.
This is a Evening/Night Class
This class is at our Olympia Campus.
This course counts as a performance skills class for the Humanities distribution.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 7:45 pm

MUSC152

Covers the basic principles of choral ensemble singing through the study and performance of appropriate choral literature. Open to all students and community members. Credits from this course count towards ensemble requirements for the Associate in Music (DTA). Prerequisite: MUSC 151.

47 Seats
MUSC152.NC Details
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Percival Choir III

MUSC152.NC 2 021 0233 W 6:15p - 8:45p Guarente, John
+ 021 0253 W 6:15pm - 8:45
All ensemble rehearsals will take place face-to-face. Modality of performance is to be determined, but all rehearsals and performances will adhere to the state's COVID-19 guidelines for the performing arts.
There are additional Class Fees: $60.00 MUSIC - CHOIR FEE ($60.00 per course)$12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)
This class is taught with other courses in the same space: 2269 (enrolled: 3), 2270 (enrolled: 0), 2271 (enrolled: 0), 2272 (enrolled: 0), 2273 (enrolled: 0), 2274 (enrolled: 0), F110 (enrolled: 10), Cluster Limit: 60
This course satisfies the Humanities course requirement for transfer degrees.
This section may be merged in Canvas with other sections that are part of the same course cluster. For more information please call 596-5314.
This is a Evening/Night Class
This class is at our Olympia Campus.
This course counts as a performance skills class for the Humanities distribution.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 7:45 pm

MUSC153

Covers the basic principles of chamber ensemble singing through the study and performance of appropriate choral literature. Open to all students. Previous choral ensemble experience is recommended. Credits from this course count towards ensemble requirements for the Associate in Music (DTA). Prerequisite: None.

21 Seats
MUSC153.IA Details
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Chamber Singers I

MUSC153.IA 2 021 0253 TTh 1:05p - 3:05p Guarente, John
+ 021 0252 TTh 1:05pm - 3:05
All ensemble rehearsals will take place face-to-face. Modality of performance is to be determined, but all rehearsals and performances will adhere to the state's COVID-19 guidelines for the performing arts.
There are additional Class Fees: $12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)$60.00 MUSIC - CHOIR FEE ($60.00 per course)
This class is taught with other courses in the same space: 2278 (enrolled: 8), 2279 (enrolled: 0), 2280 (enrolled: 0), 2281 (enrolled: 0), 2282 (enrolled: 0), 2283 (enrolled: 0), F131 (enrolled: 1), Cluster Limit: 30
This course satisfies the Humanities course requirement for transfer degrees.
This section may be merged in Canvas with other sections that are part of the same course cluster. For more information please call 596-5314.
This class is at our Olympia Campus.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 7:45 pm

MUSC154

Covers the basic principles of chamber ensemble singing through the study and performance of appropriate choral literature. Open to all students. Previous choral ensemble experience is recommended. Credits from this course count towards ensemble requirements for the Associate in Music (DTA). Prerequisite: MUSC 153.

21 Seats
MUSC154.IA Details
Title Course Credits Location Days Times Instructor Additionally Meets In

Chamber Singers II

MUSC154.IA 2 021 0253 TTh 1:05p - 3:05p Guarente, John
+ 021 0252 TTh 1:05pm - 3:05
All ensemble rehearsals will take place face-to-face. Modality of performance is to be determined, but all rehearsals and performances will adhere to the state's COVID-19 guidelines for the performing arts.
There are additional Class Fees: $12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)$60.00 MUSIC - CHOIR FEE ($60.00 per course)
This class is taught with other courses in the same space: 2278 (enrolled: 8), 2279 (enrolled: 0), 2280 (enrolled: 0), 2281 (enrolled: 0), 2282 (enrolled: 0), 2283 (enrolled: 0), F131 (enrolled: 1), Cluster Limit: 30
This course satisfies the Humanities course requirement for transfer degrees.
This section may be merged in Canvas with other sections that are part of the same course cluster. For more information please call 596-5314.
This class is at our Olympia Campus.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 7:45 pm

MUSC155

Covers the basic principles of chamber ensemble singing through the study and performance of appropriate choral literature. Open to all students. Previous choral ensemble experience is recommended. Credits from this course count towards ensemble requirements for the Associate in Music (DTA). Prerequisite: MUSC 154.

21 Seats
MUSC155.IA Details
Title Course Credits Location Days Times Instructor Additionally Meets In

Chamber Singers III

MUSC155.IA 2 021 0253 TTh 1:05p - 3:05p Guarente, John
+ 021 0252 TTh 1:05pm - 3:05
All ensemble rehearsals will take place face-to-face. Modality of performance is to be determined, but all rehearsals and performances will adhere to the state's COVID-19 guidelines for the performing arts.
There are additional Class Fees: $12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)$60.00 MUSIC - CHOIR FEE ($60.00 per course)
This class is taught with other courses in the same space: 2278 (enrolled: 8), 2279 (enrolled: 0), 2280 (enrolled: 0), 2281 (enrolled: 0), 2282 (enrolled: 0), 2283 (enrolled: 0), F131 (enrolled: 1), Cluster Limit: 30
This course satisfies the Humanities course requirement for transfer degrees.
This section may be merged in Canvas with other sections that are part of the same course cluster. For more information please call 596-5314.
This class is at our Olympia Campus.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 7:45 pm

MUSC159

Introduces the basic techniques for playing guitar and reading guitar musical notation. Includes the exploration of guitarists and guitar styles. Students must provide their own instrument. Prerequisite: None.

21 Seats
MUSC159.IHV Details
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Class Guitar

MUSC159.IHV 3 WEB T 1:05p - 3:05p Schneider, James
There are additional Class Fees: $12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)$10.00 CLASS GUITAR FEE ($10.00 per course)
This course satisfies the Humanities course requirement for transfer degrees.
This class is at our Olympia Campus.
This course counts as a performance skills class for the Humanities distribution.
Virtual classes meet via an online meeting space on the days and times listed on the class schedule.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 7:45 pm

MUSC160

Covers rehearsal and performance of standard and contemporary orchestral repertoire. Appropriate for musicians proficient on orchestral instruments. Open by audition to students and community members. Public performance required. Credits from this course count towards ensemble requirements for the Associate in Music (DTA). Prerequisite: Instructor's permission.

43 Seats
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Orchestra I

MUSC160.PA 2 021 0253 Th 7:00p - 9:30p May, Cameron
+ 021 0252 Th 7:00pm - 9:30
All ensemble rehearsals will take place face-to-face. Modality of performance is to be determined, but all rehearsals and performances will adhere to the state's COVID-19 guidelines for the performing arts.
There are additional Class Fees: $12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)$50.00 ORCHESTRA-INSTRUMENT ENSEMBLE FEE ($50.00 per course)
This class is taught with other courses in the same space: 2287 (enrolled: 2), 2288 (enrolled: 0), 2289 (enrolled: 1), 2291 (enrolled: 0), 2292 (enrolled: 0), 2293 (enrolled: 0), F111 (enrolled: 8), F132 (enrolled: 6), Cluster Limit: 60
This course satisfies the Humanities course requirement for transfer degrees.
This section may be merged in Canvas with other sections that are part of the same course cluster. For more information please call 596-5314.
This is a Evening/Night Class
This class is at our Olympia Campus.
This course counts as a performance skills class for the Humanities distribution.
Permission from Instructor is Required to Enroll
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 7:45 pm

MUSC161

Covers rehearsal and performance of standard and contemporary orchestral repertoire. Appropriate for musicians proficient on orchestral instruments. Open to students and community members. Public performance required. Credits from this course count towards ensemble requirements for the Associate in Music (DTA). Prerequisite: MUSC 160.

43 Seats
MUSC161.PA Details
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Orchestra II

MUSC161.PA 2 021 0253 Th 7:00p - 9:30p May, Cameron
+ 021 0252 Th 7:00pm - 9:30
All ensemble rehearsals will take place face-to-face. Modality of performance is to be determined, but all rehearsals and performances will adhere to the state's COVID-19 guidelines for the performing arts.
There are additional Class Fees: $12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)$50.00 ORCHESTRA-INSTRUMENT ENSEMBLE FEE ($50.00 per course)
This class is taught with other courses in the same space: 2287 (enrolled: 2), 2288 (enrolled: 0), 2289 (enrolled: 1), 2291 (enrolled: 0), 2292 (enrolled: 0), 2293 (enrolled: 0), F111 (enrolled: 8), F132 (enrolled: 6), Cluster Limit: 60
This section may be merged in Canvas with other sections that are part of the same course cluster. For more information please call 596-5314.
This is a Evening/Night Class
This class is at our Olympia Campus.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 7:45 pm

MUSC162

Covers rehearsal and performance of standard and contemporary orchestral repertoire. Appropriate for musicians proficient on orchestral instruments. Open to students and community members. Public performance required. Credits from this course count towards ensemble requirements for the Associate in Music (DTA). Prerequisite: MUSC 161.

43 Seats
MUSC162.PA Details
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Orchestra III

MUSC162.PA 2 021 0253 Th 7:00p - 9:30p May, Cameron
+ 021 0252 Th 7:00pm - 9:30
All ensemble rehearsals will take place face-to-face. Modality of performance is to be determined, but all rehearsals and performances will adhere to the state's COVID-19 guidelines for the performing arts.
There are additional Class Fees: $12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)$50.00 ORCHESTRA-INSTRUMENT ENSEMBLE FEE ($50.00 per course)
This class is taught with other courses in the same space: 2287 (enrolled: 2), 2288 (enrolled: 0), 2289 (enrolled: 1), 2291 (enrolled: 0), 2292 (enrolled: 0), 2293 (enrolled: 0), F111 (enrolled: 8), F132 (enrolled: 6), Cluster Limit: 60
This section may be merged in Canvas with other sections that are part of the same course cluster. For more information please call 596-5314.
This is a Evening/Night Class
This class is at our Olympia Campus.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 7:45 pm

MUSC170

Covers rehearsal and performance of standard and contemporary band repertoire. Appropriate for musicians proficient on woodwind, brass, and percussion instruments. Public performance required. Credits from this course count towards ensemble requirements for the Associate in Music (DTA). Prerequisite: None.

Full
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Concert Band I

MUSC170.PA 2 SMU MW 5:00p - 6:20p Volunteer
There are additional Class Fees: $50.00 CONCERT BAND FEE ($50.00 per course)$12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)
This section may be merged in Canvas with other sections that are part of the same course cluster. For more information please call 596-5314.
This is a Evening/Night Class
This class is at Saint Martin's University.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 7:45 pm

MUSC234

Provides the musician a continued opportunity to study, rehearse, and perform jazz music. Develops skills of musical analysis and improvisation. Students must have ability to play an instrument and read musical notation. Credits from this course count towards ensemble requirements for the Associate in Music (DTA). Prerequisite: MUSC 136.

34 Seats
MUSC234.NA Details
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Jazz Ensemble IV

MUSC234.NA 2 021 0253 T 6:00p - 8:30p May, Cameron
+ 021 0252 T 6:00pm - 8:30
All ensemble rehearsals will take place face-to-face. Modality of performance is to be determined, but all rehearsals and performances will adhere to the state's COVID-19 guidelines for the performing arts.
There are additional Class Fees: $60.00 JAZZ ENSEMBLE COURSE FEE ($60.00 per course)$12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)
This class is taught with other courses in the same space: 2256 (enrolled: 4), 2257 (enrolled: 0), 2258 (enrolled: 0), 2259 (enrolled: 1), 2260 (enrolled: 0), 2261 (enrolled: 0), F109 (enrolled: 1), Cluster Limit: 40
This course satisfies the Humanities course requirement for transfer degrees.
This section may be merged in Canvas with other sections that are part of the same course cluster. For more information please call 596-5314.
This is a Evening/Night Class
This class is at our Olympia Campus.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 7:45 pm

MUSC235

Provides the musician a continued opportunity to study, rehearse, and perform jazz music. Develops skills of musical analysis and improvisation. Students must have ability to play an instrument and read musical notation. Credits from this course count towards ensemble requirements for the Associate in Music (DTA). Prerequisite: MUSC 234.

34 Seats
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Jazz Ensemble V

MUSC235.NA 2 021 0253 T 6:00p - 8:30p May, Cameron
+ 021 0252 T 6:00pm - 8:30
All ensemble rehearsals will take place face-to-face. Modality of performance is to be determined, but all rehearsals and performances will adhere to the state's COVID-19 guidelines for the performing arts.
There are additional Class Fees: $60.00 JAZZ ENSEMBLE COURSE FEE ($60.00 per course)$12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)
This class is taught with other courses in the same space: 2256 (enrolled: 4), 2257 (enrolled: 0), 2258 (enrolled: 0), 2259 (enrolled: 1), 2260 (enrolled: 0), 2261 (enrolled: 0), F109 (enrolled: 1), Cluster Limit: 40
This course satisfies the Humanities course requirement for transfer degrees.
This section may be merged in Canvas with other sections that are part of the same course cluster. For more information please call 596-5314.
This is a Evening/Night Class
This class is at our Olympia Campus.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 7:45 pm

MUSC236

Provides the musician a continued opportunity to study, rehearse, and perform jazz music. Develops skills of musical analysis and improvisation. Students must have ability to play an instrument and read musical notation. Credits from this course count towards ensemble requirements for the Associate in Music (DTA). Prerequisite: MUSC 235.

34 Seats
MUSC236.NA Details
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Jazz Ensemble VI

MUSC236.NA 2 021 0253 T 6:00p - 8:30p May, Cameron
+ 021 0252 T 6:00pm - 8:30
All ensemble rehearsals will take place face-to-face. Modality of performance is to be determined, but all rehearsals and performances will adhere to the state's COVID-19 guidelines for the performing arts.
There are additional Class Fees: $60.00 JAZZ ENSEMBLE COURSE FEE ($60.00 per course)$12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)
This class is taught with other courses in the same space: 2256 (enrolled: 4), 2257 (enrolled: 0), 2258 (enrolled: 0), 2259 (enrolled: 1), 2260 (enrolled: 0), 2261 (enrolled: 0), F109 (enrolled: 1), Cluster Limit: 40
This course satisfies the Humanities course requirement for transfer degrees.
This section may be merged in Canvas with other sections that are part of the same course cluster. For more information please call 596-5314.
This is a Evening/Night Class
This class is at our Olympia Campus.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 7:45 pm

MUSC250

Covers the basic principles of choral ensemble singing through the study and performance of appropriate choral literature. Open to all students and community members. Credits from this course count towards ensemble requirements for the Associate in Music (DTA). Prerequisite: MUSC 152.

47 Seats
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Percival Choir IV

MUSC250.NC 2 021 0233 W 6:15p - 8:45p Guarente, John
+ 021 0253 W 6:15pm - 8:45
All ensemble rehearsals will take place face-to-face. Modality of performance is to be determined, but all rehearsals and performances will adhere to the state's COVID-19 guidelines for the performing arts.
There are additional Class Fees: $60.00 MUSIC - CHOIR FEE ($60.00 per course)$12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)
This class is taught with other courses in the same space: 2269 (enrolled: 3), 2270 (enrolled: 0), 2271 (enrolled: 0), 2272 (enrolled: 0), 2273 (enrolled: 0), 2274 (enrolled: 0), F110 (enrolled: 10), Cluster Limit: 60
This course satisfies the Humanities course requirement for transfer degrees.
This section may be merged in Canvas with other sections that are part of the same course cluster. For more information please call 596-5314.
This is a Evening/Night Class
This class is at our Olympia Campus.
This course counts as a performance skills class for the Humanities distribution.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 7:45 pm

MUSC251

Covers the basic principles of choral ensemble singing through the study and performance of appropriate choral literature. Open to all students and community members. Credits from this course count towards ensemble requirements for the Associate in Music (DTA). Prerequisite: MUSC 250.

47 Seats
MUSC251.NC Details
Title Course Credits Location Days Times Instructor Additionally Meets In

Percival Choir V

MUSC251.NC 2 021 0233 W 6:15p - 8:45p Guarente, John
+ 021 0253 W 6:15pm - 8:45
All ensemble rehearsals will take place face-to-face. Modality of performance is to be determined, but all rehearsals and performances will adhere to the state's COVID-19 guidelines for the performing arts.
There are additional Class Fees: $60.00 MUSIC - CHOIR FEE ($60.00 per course)$12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)
This class is taught with other courses in the same space: 2269 (enrolled: 3), 2270 (enrolled: 0), 2271 (enrolled: 0), 2272 (enrolled: 0), 2273 (enrolled: 0), 2274 (enrolled: 0), F110 (enrolled: 10), Cluster Limit: 60
This course satisfies the Humanities course requirement for transfer degrees.
This section may be merged in Canvas with other sections that are part of the same course cluster. For more information please call 596-5314.
This is a Evening/Night Class
This class is at our Olympia Campus.
This course counts as a performance skills class for the Humanities distribution.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 7:45 pm

MUSC252

Covers the basic principles of choral ensemble singing through the study and performance of appropriate choral literature. Open to all students and community members. Credits from this course count towards ensemble requirements for the Associate in Music (DTA). Prerequisite: MUSC 251.

47 Seats
MUSC252.NC Details
Title Course Credits Location Days Times Instructor Additionally Meets In

Percival Choir VI

MUSC252.NC 2 021 0233 W 6:15p - 8:45p Guarente, John
+ 021 0253 W 6:15pm - 8:45
All ensemble rehearsals will take place face-to-face. Modality of performance is to be determined, but all rehearsals and performances will adhere to the state's COVID-19 guidelines for the performing arts.
There are additional Class Fees: $60.00 MUSIC - CHOIR FEE ($60.00 per course)$12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)
This class is taught with other courses in the same space: 2269 (enrolled: 3), 2270 (enrolled: 0), 2271 (enrolled: 0), 2272 (enrolled: 0), 2273 (enrolled: 0), 2274 (enrolled: 0), F110 (enrolled: 10), Cluster Limit: 60
This course satisfies the Humanities course requirement for transfer degrees.
This section may be merged in Canvas with other sections that are part of the same course cluster. For more information please call 596-5314.
This is a Evening/Night Class
This class is at our Olympia Campus.
This course counts as a performance skills class for the Humanities distribution.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 7:45 pm

MUSC253

Covers the basic principles of chamber ensemble singing through the study and performance of appropriate choral literature. Open to all students. Previous choral ensemble experience is recommended. Credits from this course count towards ensemble requirements for the Associate in Music (DTA). Prerequisite: MUSC 155.

21 Seats
MUSC253.IA Details
Title Course Credits Location Days Times Instructor Additionally Meets In

Chamber Singers IV

MUSC253.IA 2 021 0253 TTh 1:05p - 3:05p Guarente, John
+ 021 0252 TTh 1:05pm - 3:05
All ensemble rehearsals will take place face-to-face. Modality of performance is to be determined, but all rehearsals and performances will adhere to the state's COVID-19 guidelines for the performing arts.
There are additional Class Fees: $12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)$60.00 MUSIC - CHOIR FEE ($60.00 per course)
This class is taught with other courses in the same space: 2278 (enrolled: 8), 2279 (enrolled: 0), 2280 (enrolled: 0), 2281 (enrolled: 0), 2282 (enrolled: 0), 2283 (enrolled: 0), F131 (enrolled: 1), Cluster Limit: 30
This course satisfies the Humanities course requirement for transfer degrees.
This class is at our Olympia Campus.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 7:45 pm

MUSC254

Covers the basic principles of chamber ensemble singing through the study and performance of appropriate choral literature. Open to all students. Previous choral ensemble experience is recommended. Credits from this course count towards ensemble requirements for the Associate in Music (DTA). Prerequisite: MUSC 253.

21 Seats
MUSC254.IA Details
Title Course Credits Location Days Times Instructor Additionally Meets In

Chamber Singers V

MUSC254.IA 2 021 0253 TTh 1:05p - 3:05p Guarente, John
+ 021 0252 TTh 1:05pm - 3:05
All ensemble rehearsals will take place face-to-face. Modality of performance is to be determined, but all rehearsals and performances will adhere to the state's COVID-19 guidelines for the performing arts.
There are additional Class Fees: $12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)$60.00 MUSIC - CHOIR FEE ($60.00 per course)
This class is taught with other courses in the same space: 2278 (enrolled: 8), 2279 (enrolled: 0), 2280 (enrolled: 0), 2281 (enrolled: 0), 2282 (enrolled: 0), 2283 (enrolled: 0), F131 (enrolled: 1), Cluster Limit: 30
This course satisfies the Humanities course requirement for transfer degrees.
This section may be merged in Canvas with other sections that are part of the same course cluster. For more information please call 596-5314.
This class is at our Olympia Campus.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 7:45 pm

MUSC255

Covers the basic principles of chamber ensemble singing through the study and performance of appropriate choral literature. Open to all students. Previous choral ensemble experience is recommended. Credits from this course count towards ensemble requirements for the Associate in Music (DTA). Prerequisite: MUSC 254.

21 Seats
MUSC255.IA Details
Title Course Credits Location Days Times Instructor Additionally Meets In

Chamber Singers VI

MUSC255.IA 2 021 0253 TTh 1:05p - 3:05p Guarente, John
+ 021 0252 TTh 1:05pm - 3:05
All ensemble rehearsals will take place face-to-face. Modality of performance is to be determined, but all rehearsals and performances will adhere to the state's COVID-19 guidelines for the performing arts.
There are additional Class Fees: $12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)$60.00 MUSIC - CHOIR FEE ($60.00 per course)
This class is taught with other courses in the same space: 2278 (enrolled: 8), 2279 (enrolled: 0), 2280 (enrolled: 0), 2281 (enrolled: 0), 2282 (enrolled: 0), 2283 (enrolled: 0), F131 (enrolled: 1), Cluster Limit: 30
This course satisfies the Humanities course requirement for transfer degrees.
This class is at our Olympia Campus.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 7:45 pm

MUSC260

Covers rehearsal and performance of standard and contemporary orchestral repertoire. Appropriate for musicians proficient on orchestral instruments. Open to students and community members. Public performance required. Credits from this course count towards ensemble requirements for the Associate in Music (DTA). Prerequisite: MUSC 162.

43 Seats
MUSC260.PA Details
Title Course Credits Location Days Times Instructor Additionally Meets In

Orchestra IV

MUSC260.PA 2 021 0253 Th 7:00p - 9:30p May, Cameron
+ 021 0252 Th 7:00pm - 9:30
All ensemble rehearsals will take place face-to-face. Modality of performance is to be determined, but all rehearsals and performances will adhere to the state's COVID-19 guidelines for the performing arts.
There are additional Class Fees: $12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)$50.00 ORCHESTRA-INSTRUMENT ENSEMBLE FEE ($50.00 per course)
This class is taught with other courses in the same space: 2287 (enrolled: 2), 2288 (enrolled: 0), 2289 (enrolled: 1), 2291 (enrolled: 0), 2292 (enrolled: 0), 2293 (enrolled: 0), F111 (enrolled: 8), F132 (enrolled: 6), Cluster Limit: 60
This section may be merged in Canvas with other sections that are part of the same course cluster. For more information please call 596-5314.
This is a Evening/Night Class
This class is at our Olympia Campus.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 7:45 pm

MUSC261

Covers rehearsal and performance of standard and contemporary orchestral repertoire. Appropriate for musicians proficient on orchestral instruments. Open to students and community members. Public performance required. Credits from this course count towards ensemble requirements for the Associate in Music (DTA). Prerequisite: MUSC 260.

43 Seats
MUSC261.PA Details
Title Course Credits Location Days Times Instructor Additionally Meets In

Orchestra V

MUSC261.PA 2 021 0253 Th 7:00p - 9:30p May, Cameron
+ 021 0252 Th 7:00pm - 9:30
All ensemble rehearsals will take place face-to-face. Modality of performance is to be determined, but all rehearsals and performances will adhere to the state's COVID-19 guidelines for the performing arts.
There are additional Class Fees: $12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)$50.00 ORCHESTRA-INSTRUMENT ENSEMBLE FEE ($50.00 per course)
This class is taught with other courses in the same space: 2287 (enrolled: 2), 2288 (enrolled: 0), 2289 (enrolled: 1), 2291 (enrolled: 0), 2292 (enrolled: 0), 2293 (enrolled: 0), F111 (enrolled: 8), F132 (enrolled: 6), Cluster Limit: 60
This section may be merged in Canvas with other sections that are part of the same course cluster. For more information please call 596-5314.
This is a Evening/Night Class
This class is at our Olympia Campus.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 7:45 pm

MUSC262

Covers rehearsal and performance of standard and contemporary orchestral repertoire. Appropriate for musicians proficient on orchestral instruments. Open to students and community members. Public performance required. Credits from this course count towards ensemble requirements for the Associate in Music (DTA). Prerequisite: MUSC 261.

43 Seats
MUSC262.PA Details
Title Course Credits Location Days Times Instructor Additionally Meets In

Orchestra VI

MUSC262.PA 2 021 0253 Th 7:00p - 9:30p May, Cameron
+ 021 0252 Th 7:00pm - 9:30
All ensemble rehearsals will take place face-to-face. Modality of performance is to be determined, but all rehearsals and performances will adhere to the state's COVID-19 guidelines for the performing arts.
There are additional Class Fees: $12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)$50.00 ORCHESTRA-INSTRUMENT ENSEMBLE FEE ($50.00 per course)
This class is taught with other courses in the same space: 2287 (enrolled: 2), 2288 (enrolled: 0), 2289 (enrolled: 1), 2291 (enrolled: 0), 2292 (enrolled: 0), 2293 (enrolled: 0), F111 (enrolled: 8), F132 (enrolled: 6), Cluster Limit: 60
This section may be merged in Canvas with other sections that are part of the same course cluster. For more information please call 596-5314.
This is a Evening/Night Class
This class is at our Olympia Campus.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 7:45 pm
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