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Music Theory/Literacy I


  1. The student will identify, define, and use basic standard notation for pitch, rhythm, meter, articulation, dynamics and other elements of music.

  2. The student will read and sing selected lines from music being studied.

  3. The student will echo, read, and perform rhythms and rhythmic patterns that include whole notes, half notes, quarter notes, eighth notes, dotted half notes, dotted quarter notes, and corresponding rests.

  4. The student will identify and demonstrate intervals (major, minor, augmented, diminished and perfect)

  5. The student will identify, read, and perform music in simple meters

  6. The student will identify and notate key signatures of scales and literature being performed.

  7. The student will read, notate, and perform one-octave ascending and descending C Major, G Major, F Major and their relative minor keys.

  8. The student will identify and perform music written in binary (AB) form. MUS:

  9. The student will define and apply music terminology found in the music literature being studied. Composing Music

  10. The student will use music composition as a means of expression by composing a four-measure rhythmic-melodic variation.



Piano Instruction (Classical-Contemporary-Latin-Jazz-Improvisation)


  1. The student will read and interpret standard music notation while performing music of varying styles and levels of difficulty covering the music of different eras from Baroque, Classical, Romantic, Etudes (for the development of technique) Contemporary or Jazz styles.

  2. The repertory will be based on the classic composers such as Clementi Sonatines, Hanon piano technique, Mozart, Beethoven or piano methods for beginner students such as Bastian or Piano Adventures.

  3. The student will begin to use articulations, dynamic contrasts, and phrasing as means of expression.

  4. One student recital will be mandatory at the end of the semester, with the option to a second one during the midterm.



Piano Flamenco


  1. The student will learn the most popular rhythms of flamenco (Soleá, Alegrias, Bulerías, Tangos, Soleá por Bulerías) and their interpretations on piano.

  2. Techniques applied from guitar to the keyboard (Alzapúa, Rasgueado, Picados)

  3. Rhythmic patterns, melodic phrasing and harmonic cadences applied to its different palos flamencos.

  4. The different rhythmic patterns traditionally used for clapping and percussice instruments (cajon and udu)

  5. The accovpaniment to dance and singing from the keyboard.

  6. The study of the classical Spanish composers (Albeniz, Falla, Granados) and their contribution to the expansion and development of the repertory Andalusian/flamenco inspired.


Music Production Recording & Engineer (Logic X Pro)


In this class you’ll get an exclusive one-on-one music production tutoring, that’ll fit your own level. If you are a beginner, you will learn all the basic skills and tools to independently create your own beat by the end of this class. No previous background is needed. Students will be able to produce, arrange, record and mix original music with professional quality.


  1. The student will work with MIDI and Audio files to create and edit tracks on a Logic X pro project.

  2. The student will work on the fundamentals of Mixing, Delay, EQ, Reverb and Compression.

  3. The student will create original compositions and beats through bass, chord, pads, melodic lines and rhythmic loops.

  4. The fundamentals of ADSR (Attack-Decay-Sustain-Release)

  5. Pan and aural image, depth throughout the mix.

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