Historical Performance Practice, MA
Degree: Master of Arts (MA)
Field of Study: Historical Performance Practice
This program in early music (up to 1850) combines advanced study in performance, music history, and performance practices. Students should expect to spend two years in full-time study.
Additional program information is available on the Department of Music Historical Performance Practice webpage.
Applicants with good academic records from fully accredited universities and colleges will be considered for admission to graduate study at Case Western Reserve University. Admission must be recommended by the department or professional school of the university in which the applicant proposes to study and must be approved by the dean of graduate studies.
Admission to the program is granted to those who demonstrate a high level of early music performance skill and good scholarly potential. An audition is required.
More information about the graduate application and audition process in music is provided on the Department of Music Graduate Application Procedures webpage.
Music Handbook and Advising
Current graduate and professional students in music should review departmental policies and procedures in the Graduate Music Handbook. The handbook provides additional information regarding graduate assistantships, general expectations and responsibilities, program outcomes, decision points, performances, scholarly activity, outside work, prizes/awards, deadlines, petitions, examinations, advancement to candidacy, and student record-keeping.
Additional resources and forms are available on the Department of Music Resources for Current Graduate Students webpage.
For graduate policies and procedures, please review the School of Graduate Studies section of the General Bulletin.