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Palomar Electronic Music Ensemble

May 9

Sonic Sampler

Student composers wire up the Performance Lab for an evening of original compositions and intriguing performances in multimedia fashion. Truly a one-of-a-kind experience!

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Faculty Dance Concert

May 9, 10

Palomar dance faculty members reveal creative and imaginative choreography with a lively dance extravaganza and a variety of styles: Afro-Cuban, Brazilian, ballet, musical theatre, tap, jazz, Hawaiian/Tahitian, Middle Eastern, ballroom, hip hop and modern dance.

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Palomar/Pacific Coast Concert Band

May 12

Time, Space and Music

Sixty-five members strong, this North County institution launches an investigation into the relationships that exist between the elements of time, space and music. The result will be an unforgettable sonic experience! Read more »

Music Student Honors Recital (D10)

May 16

It’s simple: nothing can be better than this! Days, weeks and months of practice, trying and trying again have passed, and our most deserving music students are ready to take the Concert Hour stage, pride in hand. These performances, varied and wide-ranging, will stun you, I promise. Step quickly in the direction of the Performance Lab and don’t be late!

Noche Havana

May 17

An evening of vibrant Cuban music and dance with Agogo Drum and Dance Ensemble (featuring Patriceann Mead and Silfredo LaO Vigo) and live Salsa with La Farandula! Doors open at 7:00pm; Salsa dance class at 7:30pm; live music and open dance floor at 8:00pm. Read more »

Fall 2013 Dance Classes

Directed by Patriceann Mead; photo by Hugh Cox

Fall 2013 class section information below. For catalog information about current dance classes offered, Click Here. For further class section information and to enroll in classes, use Palomar College’s online class schedule and eServices.

All dance classes are located at the San Marcos Campus, 1140 W. Mission Rd, San Marcos, Ca 92069. Classes begin August 19 and end December 16, 2013.

Class Class # Days/Times Instructor Location
DNCE 100 – SURVEY OF DANCE 70126 MW 8:00AM – 9:20AM Wendy Cormier O2
DNCE 101 – SURVEY OF WORLD DANCE 70830 MW 12:30PM – 1:50PM Patriceann Mean PAC-215
DNCE 102 – DANCE ON FILM 71288 F 12:00PM – 2:50PM Wendy Cormier D-4
DNCE 110 – MODERN DANCE I 71013 TTh 12:30PM – 1:50PM Sadie Weinberg O-2
71681 T 7:00PM – 9:50PM Joseph Waldron PAC-216
DNCE 111 – MODERN DANCE II 71250 MW 2:00PM – 3:20PM Ericka Moore O-2
DNCE 115 – BALLET I 71590 TTh 2:00PM – 3:20PM Sadie Weinberg O-2
DNCE 116 – BALLET II 71591 MW 9:30AM – 10:50AM Margaret Faulkner PAC-216
70891 W 7:00PM – 9:50PM Sadie Weinberg O-2
DNCE 120 – JAZZ TECHNIQUE I 70892 TTh 9:30AM – 10:50AM Susan Gilson O-2
70893 M 7:00PM – 9:50PM Susan Gilson O-2
DNCE 121 – JAZZ TECHNIQUE II 70894 MW 12:30PM – 1:50PM Ericka Moore O-2
70895 M 7:00PM – 9:50PM Susan Gilson O-2
DNCE 124 – BEGINNING STAGE MANAGEMENT 73715 F 9:00AM – 10:50AM Christopher Sinnott PAC-131
Notes: Prerequisite: A minimum   grade of ‘C’ in TA 100 Cross listed as ENTT/TA 124 Students registering
in the LEC will automatically   be enrolled in the LAB,  class number   73716, a required
lecture/laboratory section.   Please refer to class 73716 for additional notes and information.
73716 TBA Christopher Sinnott PAC-131
Notes: Arrange 3 hours per   week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty   contract
 documenting weekly activities and   interaction.
DNCE 130 – TAP I 70896 TTh 3:30PM – 4:50PM Valerie Clark O-2
DNCE 131 – TAP II 70897 MW 5:00PM – 6:20PM Valerie Clark O-2
DNCE 135 – BALLROOM DANCE I 70898 F 7:00PM – 9:50PM Donald Piche, O-2
Tisha Trinh
Notes: Women register for DNCE   135, Class Number 70898; Men register for DNCE 135, Class Number 70899.
70899 F 7:00PM – 9:50PM Donald Piche, O-2
Tisha Trinh
Notes: Women register for DNCE   135, Class Number 70898; Men register for DNCE 135, Class Number 70899.
DNCE 136 – BALLROOM DANCE II 70900 F 7:00PM – 9:50PM Donald Piche, O-2
Tisha Trinh
Notes: Women register for DNCE   136, Class Number 70900; Men register for DNCE 136, Class Number 70901.
70901 F 7:00PM – 9:50PM Donald Piche, O-2
Tisha Trinh
Notes: Women register for DNCE   136, Class Number 70900; Men register for DNCE 136, Class Number 70901.
DNCE 137 – CUBAN/BRAZILIAN DRUMMING   I 70921 W 3:00PM – 4:50PM Silfredo Vigo PAC-215
Notes: Cross listed as MUS 137
DNCE 138 – CUBAN/BRAZILIAN DRUMMING   II 71349 Th 3:30PM – 5:20PM Staff PAC-215
Notes: Limitation on   enrollment: Enrollment subject to audition; Cross listed as MUS 138.
73624 W 3:00PM – 4:50PM Silfredo Vigo PAC-215
Notes: Limitation on   enrollment: Enrollment subject to audition Cross listed as MUS 138
DNCE 140 – DANCE IMPROVISATION I 73495 F 9:00AM – 11:50AM Terry Sprague O-2
DNCE 141 – DANCE IMPROVISATION II 73496 F 9:00AM – 11:50AM Terry Sprague O-2
DNCE 145 – CHOREOGRAPHY I 70902 TTh 11:00AM – 12:20PM Patriceann Mead PAC-215
DNCE 146 – CHOREOGRAPHY II 70903 TTh 11:00AM – 12:20PM Patriceann Mead PAC-215
DNCE 148 – PALOMAR DRUM AND DANCE   ENSEMBLE I 70920 W 5:15PM – 6:05PM Patriceann Mead, PAC-215
Silfredo Vigo
Notes:   Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB,   class number 71358,
a required   lecture/laboratory section. Please refer to class 71358 for additional notes   and information.
71358 W 6:15PM – 9:05PM Patriceann Mead, PAC-216
Silfredo Vigo
Notes:   Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the   LAB.
DNCE 149 – AFRO-CUBAN/BRAZILIAN DANCE   I 70979 W 5:15PM – 6:05PM Patriceann Mead, PAC-215
Silfredo Vigo
Notes:   Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB,   class number 71359,
a required   lecture/laboratory section. Please refer to class 71359 for additional notes   and information.
71359 W 6:15PM – 9:05PM Patriceann Mead, PAC-216
Silfredo Vigo
Notes:   Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the   LAB.
DNCE 150 – AFRO-CUBAN/BRAZILIAN DANCE   II 71152 W 5:15PM – 6:05PM Patriceann Mead, PAC-215
Silfredo Vigo
Notes:   Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB,   class number 71360,
a required   lecture/laboratory section. Please refer to class 71360 for additional notes   and information.
71360 W 6:15PM – 9:05PM Patriceann Mead, PAC-216
Silfredo Vigo
Notes:   Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the   LAB.
DNCE 151 – LATIN SOCIAL DANCE I 70954 T 1:30PM – 2:20PM Patriceann Mead, PAC-215
Silfredo Vigo
Notes:   Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB,   class number 71362,
a required   lecture/laboratory section. Please refer to class 71362 for additional notes   and information.
71362 T 2:30PM – 3:20PM Patriceann Mead, PAC-216
Silfredo Vigo
Th 1:30PM – 3:20PM Patriceann Mead PAC-215
Notes:   Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the   LAB.
Notes: Women   register for DNCE 151, Class Number 70954; Men register for DNCE 151, Class   Number 71015.
71015 T 1:30PM – 2:20PM Patriceann Mead, PAC-215
Silfredo Vigo
Notes:   Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the   LAB,  class number 71363,
a required   lecture/laboratory section. Please refer to class 71363 for additional notes   and information.
71363 T 2:30PM – 3:20PM Patriceann Mead, PAC-216
Silfredo Vigo
Th 1:30PM – 3:20PM Patriceann Mead PAC-215
Notes:   Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the   LAB.
Notes: Women   register for DNCE 151, Class Number 70954; Men register for DNCE 151, Class   Number 71015.
DNCE 152 – LATIN SOCIAL DANCE II 70955 T 1:30PM – 2:20PM Patriceann Mead, PAC-215
Silfredo Vigo
Notes:   Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB,   class number 71364,
a required   lecture/laboratory section. Please refer to class 71364 for additional notes   and information.
71364 T 2:30PM – 3:20PM Patriceann Mead, PAC-216
Silfredo Vigo
Th 1:30PM – 3:20PM Patriceann Mead PAC-215
Notes:   Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the   LAB.
Notes: Women   register for DNCE 152, Class Number 70955; Men register for DNCE 152, Class   Number 71014.
71014 T 1:30PM – 2:20PM Patriceann Mead, PAC-215
Silfredo Vigo
Notes:   Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB,   class number 71365, a
 required lecture/laboratory section. Please   refer to class 71365 for additional notes and information.
71365 T 2:30PM – 3:20PM Patriceann Mead, PAC-216
Silfredo Vigo
Th 1:30PM – 3:20PM Patriceann Mead PAC-215
Notes:   Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the   LAB.
Notes: Women   register for DNCE 152, Class Number 70955; Men register for DNCE 152, Class   Number 71014.
DNCE 153 – CAPOEIRA: AFRO/BRAZILIAN   MARTIAL ARTS I 70987 TTh 5:00PM – 6:20PM Elias Fonseca O-2
DNCE 154 – CAPOEIRA: AFRO/BRAZILIAN   MARTIAL ARTS II 71154 TTh 5:00PM – 6:20PM Elias Fonseca O-2
DNCE 155 – HIP HOP I 71016 TTh 3:30PM – 4:50PM Joseph Waldron PAC-216
DNCE 156 – HIP HOP II 73548 MW 3:30PM – 4:50PM Staff O-2
71592 Th 7:00PM – 9:50PM Joseph Waldron PAC-216
DNCE 158 – HAWAIIAN AND TAHITIAN DANCE   I 71017 T 7:00PM – 9:50PM Dawn Cheek O-2
DNCE 159 – HAWAIIAN AND TAHITIAN DANCE   II 71157 T 7:00PM – 9:50PM Dawn Cheek O-2
DNCE 162 – NEAR AND MIDDLE EASTERN I 71059 F 9:00AM – 11:50AM Jo Ellen Handelsman PAC-215
DNCE 163 – NEAR AND MIDDLE EASTERN   II 71159 F 9:00AM – 11:50AM Jo Ellen Handelsman PAC-215
DNCE 165 – PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT 71635 M 3:30PM – 4:50PM Patriceann Mead PAC-215
Notes:   Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.   Prior to census date,
this class   requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and   interaction.
Notes: You   will be automatically enrolled into class number 71636, a required   lecture/laboratory section.
Please refer   to class 71636 for additional notes and information.
71636 TBA Patriceann Mead PAC-215
Notes:   Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.   Arrange 2 hours per week.
Prior to   census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract   documenting
weekly activities and interaction.
DNCE 170 – PILATES (REG TRADE MARK) 73551 MW 8:00AM – 8:50AM Staff PAC-216
Notes: Students must bring their own   mats.
DNCE 182 – INTRODUCTION TO ARTS   MANAGEMENT 72649 MWF 3:00PM – 5:50PM Ingram Ober BOEHM
Notes: Cross listed as AMS/ART/MUS/TA 182   .
DNCE 183 – INTERNSHIP IN ARTS   MANAGEMENT 71367 MWF 3:00PM – 5:50PM Ingram Ober BOEHM
Notes:   Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in AMS/ART/DNCE/MUS or TA 182.
Cross listed as AMS/ART/MUS/TA 183.
DNCE 190 – WORLD DANCE PRODUCTION I 70947 W 5:15PM – 6:05PM Patriceann Mead, PAC-215
Silfredo Vigo
Notes:   Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB,   class number 71361,
a required   lecture/laboratory section. Please refer to class 71361 for additional notes   and information.
71361 W 6:15PM – 9:05PM Patriceann Mead, PAC-216
Silfredo Vigo
Notes:   Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the   LAB.
DNCE 205 – MODERN DANCE III 71628 MW 2:00PM – 3:20PM Ericka Moore O-2
DNCE 210 – BALLET III 70904 MW 9:30AM – 10:50AM Margaret Faulkner PAC-216
DNCE 215 – JAZZ TECHNIQUE III 70905 MW 12:30PM – 1:50PM Ericka Moore O-2
DNCE 225 – CONTEMPORARY DANCE ENSEMBLE I 71615 MW 11:00AM – 12:20PM Margaret Faulkner PAC-216
DNCE 230 – TAP III 70938 MW 5:00PM – 6:20PM Valerie Clark O-2
DNCE 249 – AFRO-CUBAN/BRAZILIAN DANCE   III 73497 W 5:15PM – 6:05PM Patriceann Mead, PAC-215
Silfredo Vigo
Notes:   Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB,   class number 73498,
a required   lecture/laboratory section. Please refer to class 73498 for additional notes   and information.
73498 W 6:15PM – 9:05PM Patriceann Mead, PAC-216
Silfredo Vigo
Notes:   Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the   LAB.
DNCE 251 – LATIN SOCIAL DANCE III 73539 T 1:30PM – 2:20PM Patriceann Mead, PAC-215
Silfredo Vigo
Notes:   Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB,   class number 73540,
a required   lecture/laboratory section. Please refer to class 73540 for additional notes   and information.
73540 T 2:30PM – 3:20PM Patriceann Mead, PAC-216
Silfredo Vigo
Th 1:30PM – 3:20PM Patriceann Mead PAC-215
Notes:   Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the   LAB.
Notes: Women   register for DNCE 151, Class Number 73539; Men register for DNCE 151, Class   Number 73541.
73541 T 1:30PM – 2:20PM Patriceann Mead, PAC-215
Silfredo Vigo
Notes:   Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB,   class number 73544,
a required   lecture/laboratory section. Please refer to class 73544 for additional notes   and information.
73544 T 2:30PM – 3:20PM Patriceann Mead, PAC-216
Silfredo Vigo
Th 1:30PM – 3:20PM Patriceann Mead PAC-215
Notes:   Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.
Notes: Women   register for DNCE 151, Class Number 73539; Men register for DNCE 151, Class   Number 73541.
DNCE 253 – CAPOEIRA: AFRO/BRAZILIAN   MARTIAL ARTS III 73547 TTh 5:00PM – 6:20PM Elias Fonseca O-2
DNCE 255 – HIP HOP III 73552 MW 3:30PM – 4:50PM Staff O-2
DNCE 258 – HAWAIIAN AND TAHITIAN DANCE   III 73549 T 7:00PM – 9:50PM Dawn Cheek O-2
DNCE 262 – NEAR AND MIDDLE EASTERN   III 73550 F 9:00AM – 11:50AM Jo Ellen Handelsman PAC-215
DNCE 280 – STUDENT CHOREOGRAPHY   PRODUCTION I 70956 TTh 8:00AM – 10:50AM Patriceann Mead PAC-215
TTh 8:00AM – 10:50AM Patriceann Mead PAC-216

Fall 2013 Music Classes

"Page Turn" by Bill DeanFall 2013 class section information below. For catalog information about Music classes offered, Click Here. For further class section information and to enroll in classes, use Palomar College’s online class schedule and eServices.

Classes marked with an *asterisk are located at the Escondido Campus, 1951 E Valley Pkwy, Escondido, Ca 92025. All other classes located at the San Marcos Campus, 1140 W Mission Rd, San Marcos, Ca 92069. Classes begin August 19 and end December 16, 2013, unless noted as either the 1st 8 weeks or the 2nd 8 weeks only.

Class

Class #

Days/Times

Instructor

Location

MUS 100 – MUSIC APPRECIATION 71289 DE
Scott Walton
INTERNET
Notes: This   is an online class.  This class does   not have an on-campus orientation meeting.    Students
registering   for this class must consult the following Web site:   http://faculty.palomar.edu/swalton/
71634
TTh 1:30PM – 2:50PM
Ellen Weller
D-4
70295*
MWF 9:15AM – 10:05AM
Arthur Golden
ESC-504
70296
MW 1:30PM – 2:50PM
Paul Kurokawa
D-4
71251*
T 6:00PM – 8:50PM
Madelyn Byrne
ESC-504
71351
M 6:00PM – 8:50PM
Madelyn Byrne
D-4
MUS 101 – SURVEY OF 20TH CENTURY MUSIC
70297
T 12:30PM – 3:20PM
David Chase
D-3
MUS 102 – INTRODUCTION TO JAZZ
70298
TTh 11:00AM – 12:20PM
Ellen Weller
D-3
71259
DE
Scott Walton
INTERNET
Notes: Section 71259 is 1st 8 weeks only
Notes: This   is an online class.  This class does   not have an on-campus orientation meeting.    Students
 registering for this class must consult the   following Web site:     http://faculty.palomar.edu/swalton/
MUS 103 – FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSIC
70299
TTh 8:30AM – 9:50AM
Douglas Bruck
D-4
71252
MW 12:00PM – 2:50PM
Scott Wolf
D-3
Notes: Section 71252 is 2nd 8 weeks only
70828
MWF 10:00AM – 10:50AM
Ruth Weber
D-4
70832
M 6:30PM – 9:20PM
Jonathan Ingber
D-3
MUS 105 – MUSIC THEORY I
70300
M 10:00AM – 11:50AM
Ellen Weller
D-3
W 10:00AM – 10:50AM
Ellen Weller
D-3
Notes:   Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB,   class number 70301,
a required   lecture/laboratory section.  Please   refer to class 70301 for additional notes and information.
70301
W 11:00AM – 11:50AM
Ellen Weller
D-3
Notes:   Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.   Arrange 1 hour per week
in the   Performing Arts Media Lab, room D-2.    Prior to census date, this class requires a signed
student/faculty   contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.
MUS 110 – MUSIC SKILLS I
70302
W 12:00PM – 12:50PM
Ellen Weller
D-11
Notes:   Prerequisite:  Ability to read and   write basic music notation. Students registering in the LEC will
automatically be enrolled in the LAB. Arrange 2 hours per week in the Performing Arts Media Lab, room D-2.
Prior to   census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract   documenting weekly
activities and interaction.
MUS  112  – BASIC SOUND REINFORCEMENT
73756
T 1:30PM – 3:20PM
Robert Giracello
D-10
Notes: You   will be automatically enrolled into class number 73757, a required   lecture/laboratory section.
Please refer   to class 73757 for additional notes and information.
73757
Th 1:30PM – 4:20PM
Robert Giracello
D-10
MUS 114 – ADVANCED SOUND REINFORCEMENT
73571
TTh 8:30AM – 10:40AM
Robert Giracello
D-10
Notes:   Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MUS/ENTT/TA 112. Cross listed as   ENTT/TA 114 .
MUS 115 – BASIC KEYBOARD I
70906
TTh 1:30PM – 2:20PM
Steven Gray
D-11
71018
MW 11:00AM – 11:50AM
Michael Munson
D-11
70907
T 6:30PM – 8:20PM
Michael Munson
D-11
71298
W 6:30PM – 8:20PM
Lynne Kuhn
D-11
MUS 117 – BASIC KEYBOARD II
71618
W 4:00PM – 5:50PM
Lynne Kuhn
D-11
Notes:   Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MUS 115 or the passing of equivalency   test.
MUS 119 – PIANO SKILLS I
71619
Th 4:00PM – 5:50PM
Lynne Kuhn
D-11
Notes:   Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MUS 117 or the passing of equivalency   test
MUS 130 – FUNDAMENTAL VOCAL SKILLS
70908
T 11:00AM – 12:50PM
Janet Hammer
D-5
70923
MW 1:00PM – 1:50PM
Karen Bryan
D-5
70909
MW 11:00AM – 11:50AM
Mary Jaeb
D-5
71620*
M 6:30PM – 8:20PM
Mary Jaeb
ESC-504
MUS 131 – VOCAL LITERATURE AND PERFORMANCE
70924
MW 1:00PM – 1:50PM
Karen Bryan
D-5
Notes:   Prerequisite:  A minimum grade of ‘C’   in MUS 130
71621*
M 6:30PM – 8:20PM
Mary Jaeb
ESC-504
Notes:   Prerequisite:  A minimum grade of ‘C’   in MUS 130
MUS 137 – CUBAN AND BRAZILIAN DRUMMING I
70922
W 3:00PM – 4:50PM
Silfredo Vigo
PAC-215
Notes: Cross listed as DNCE 137
MUS 138 – CUBAN AND BRAZILIAN DRUMMING II
71051
Th 3:30PM – 5:20PM
Staff
PAC-215
Notes:   Limitation on enrollment: Enrollment subject to audition. Cross listed as   DNCE 138.
73625
W 3:00PM – 4:50PM
Silfredo Vigo
PAC-215
Notes:   Limitation on enrollment: Enrollment subject to audition. Cross listed as   DNCE 138.
MUS 143 – PALOMAR CHORALE CHAMBER ENSEMBLE
70939
W 7:00PM – 9:50PM
Sally Dean
D-5
Prerequisite: Enrollment subject to audition with emphasis on vocal ability   and music reading.
MUS 148 – PALOMAR CHORALE
70304
W 7:00PM – 9:50PM
Sally Dean
D-5
Notes: Prerequisite: Enrollment subject to audition.
MUS 149 – SPECTRUM POP/JAZZ SINGERS
71622
TTh 1:30PM – 2:50PM
Janet Hammer
D-5
Notes:   Prerequisite:  Enrollment subject to   audition
MUS 151 – CONCERT BAND
70305
Th 7:00PM – 9:50PM
Kenneth Bell
D-6
Notes:   Prerequisite:  Ability to perform on   one or more band instruments
MUS 152 – JAZZ ENSEMBLE
70306
M 4:00PM – 6:50PM
Robert Weller
D-6
Notes: Prerequisite: Ability to perform on one or more instruments and read   music. Enrollment 
subject to audition.
MUS 155 – CHAMBER ENSEMBLE – BRASS
73565
T 3:30PM – 6:20PM
Paul Kurokawa
D-10
Notes: Prerequisite: Ability to perform on one or more instruments and to   sight-read music
MUS 157 – GUITAR ENSEMBLES
70307
T 4:00PM – 5:50PM
Randal Pile
D-6
Notes:   Prerequisite: Enrollment subject to audition with emphasis on music   reading
MUS 158 – CHAMBER SINGERS
70308
MW 8:30AM – 9:50AM
Sally Dean
D-6
Notes: Prerequisite: Enrollment subject to audition with emphasis on vocal   ability and music reading
MUS 171 – WORLD MUSIC
71019
W 6:00PM – 8:50PM
Amy Hacker
D-4
MUS 172 – REPERTORY JAZZ ENSEMBLE
70309
M 7:00PM – 9:50PM
Paul Kurokawa
D-6
MUS 175 – BEGINNING GUITAR
70315
T 2:00PM – 3:50PM
Randal Pile
D-6
70317
W 2:00PM – 3:50PM
Arthur Golden
D-6
70316*
Th 6:30PM – 8:20PM
Arthur Golden
ESC-504
MUS 178 – CLASSICAL GUITAR
70318
T 4:00PM – 5:50PM
Randal Pile
D-6
Notes:   Prerequisite:  A minimum grade of ‘C’   in MUS 175 or ability to read music
MUS 179 – BEGINNING FLAMENCO GUITAR
71350
W 5:00PM – 6:50PM
Scott Wolf
D-5
Notes: Prerequisite:  Basic knowledge of guitar
MUS 180 – COMPUTER MUSIC I
70319
TTh 1:30PM – 2:50PM
Madelyn Byrne
D-2
Notes:   Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MUS 103 or 115 or ARTI 246 or GCMW   204
71093
M 12:00PM – 2:50PM
Madelyn Byrne
D-2
Notes: Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MUS 103 or 115 or ARTI 246 or   GCMW 204
MUS 182 – INTRODUCTION TO ARTS MANAGEMENT
72756  
MWF 3:00PM – 5:50PM
Ingram Ober
BOEHM
Notes: Cross listed as   AMS/ART/DNCE/TA 182
MUS 183 – INTERNSHIP IN ARTS MANAGEMENT
72765
MWF 3:00PM – 5:50PM
Ingram Ober
BOEHM
Notes:   Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in AMS/ART/DNCE/MUS or TA 182.
Cross listed as AMS/ART/DNCE/TA 183.
MUS 184 – ELECTRONIC ENSEMBLE
71178
Th 3:30PM – 6:20PM
Madelyn Byrne
D-2
Notes: Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MUS 103
MUS 187 – COMPUTER MUSIC COMPOSITION
71253
Th 3:30PM – 6:20PM
Madelyn Byrne
D-2
Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MUS 103 or MUS 115, and MUS 180 and   MUS 181
MUS 198 – PALOMAR SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
70310
T 7:00PM – 9:50PM
Ellen Weller,
D-6
Notes:   Prerequisite:  Enrollment subject to   audition. Ullricke Reiner-Marcus
MUS 210 – ADVANCED HARMONY
70311
T 9:00AM – 10:50AM
Paul Kurokawa
D-3
Th 9:00AM – 9:50AM
Paul Kurokawa
D-3
Notes:   Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MUS 106 Students registering in the   LEC will
automatically   be enrolled in the LAB, class number 70312, a required lecture/laboratory   section.
Please refer   to class 70312 for additional notes and information.
70312
Th 10:00AM – 10:50AM
Paul Kurokawa
D-3
Notes:   Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MUS 106 Students registering in the   LEC will automatically
be enrolled   in the LAB. Arrange 1 hour per week in the Performing Arts Media Lab, room   D-2.
Prior to   census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract   documenting weekly
activities and interaction.
MUS 215 – MUSIC SKILLS III
70313
T 11:00AM – 11:50AM
Paul Kurokawa
D-11
Notes: Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MUS 111 Students registering   in the LEC will 
automatically   be enrolled in the LAB, class number 70314, a required lecture/laboratory   section.
Please refer   to class 70314 for additional notes and information.
70314
Th 11:00AM – 11:50AM
Paul Kurokawa
D-11
Notes:   Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MUS 111 Students registering in the   LEC will
automatically   be enrolled in the LAB. Arrange 2 hours per week in the Performing Arts Media   Lab, room D-2.
Prior to   census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract   documenting weekly
activities and interaction.
MUS 220 – APPLIED MUSIC
Contact Palomar   Performing Arts Office, (760) 744-1150 x2316.
MUS 222 – PERFORMANCE STUDIES
Contact Palomar   Performing Arts Office, (760) 744-1150 x2316.

Enrollment Problems?

Repeatability Error Messages for Performing Arts

We value our Performing Arts students and are sorry for any inconvenience these new State-mandated rules are causing. If you need these courses for transfer or transfer preparation for UC/CSU schools and/or believe you have received this message in error please follow the steps below:

  1. Try adding your classes one at a time. The computer will sometimes give you an error message if you are adding two classes of like content at a time.

If that doesn’t work:

  1. Please go to Enrollment Services in room SSC40 (around the side of the Student Services Building) and fill out both the Petition to Repeat a Course form AND an add slip for the class or classes in question.
    • In the Select the exception you are petitioning under section check Repeatable course (exceeding 4 enrollment limit) – last one in the left column.
    • In the explanation section write that “This class is needed for UC/CSU transfer.”
    • At Enrollment Services room SSC40, turn in BOTH completed and signed Petition to Repeat a Course form and the completed add slip, including your signature. The form does not need faculty signature if turned in with Petition to Repeat a Course.

If you have maxed out your repeatability (normally 4 repeats for classes of similar content) and do not need the course/courses for credit then please audit by filling out and turning in the audit form.

If you are still having problems enrolling in Music or Dance classes and have already checked to see if there are no holds on your accounts due to fines or fees, please contact the Chair of Performing Arts, Molly Faulkner at (760) 744-1150 x2318 or mfaulkner@palomar.edu.

Fall 2013 Theatre Arts Classes

Guys and Dolls262

Fall 2013 class section information below. For catalog information about Theatre Arts classes offered, Click Here. For further class section information and to enroll in classes, use Palomar College’s online class schedule and eServices.

All classes located at the San Marcos Campus, 1140 W Mission Rd, San Marcos, Ca 92069. Classes begin August 19 and end December 16, 2013, except for TA 191A-D and TA 192A/B.

Class

Class #

Days/Times

Instructor

Location

TA 100 – INTRODUCTION TO THE THEATRE
70640
TTh 8:00AM – 9:20AM
Lizabeth (Annie) Hinton
PAC-127
70641
MW 9:30AM – 10:50AM
Michael Mufson
PAC-127
70642
T 6:30PM – 9:20PM
John Polak
PAC-127
TA 105 – INTRODUCTION TO TECHNICAL THEATRE
71352
MW 1:00PM – 1:50PM
Christopher Sinnott
PAC-131
Notes: Cross   listed as ENTT 105 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be   enrolled in the LAB.
Arrange 4 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed   student/faculty 
contract   documenting weekly activities and interaction.
TA 106 – ELEMENTARY STAGE COSTUME
71690
M 9:30AM – 11:20AM
Shirley Pierson
PAC-213
Notes: Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in TA/ENTT 105 Cross listed as   FASH 106 Students 
registering   in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB, class number 71691, a   required
lecture/laboratory   section.  Please refer to class 71691   for additional notes and information.
71691
M 11:30AM – 12:20PM
Shirley Pierson
PAC-213
W 9:30AM – 12:20PM
Shirley Pierson
PAC-213
Notes:   Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in TA/ENTT 105 Cross listed as FASH 106   Students registering
in   the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.
TA 107 – LIGHTING FOR STAGE AND TELEVISION
71951
TTh 1:00PM – 1:50PM
Bonnie Breckenridge
PAC-131
Notes:   Prerequisite:  A minimum grade of ‘C’   in TA/ENTT 105 Cross listed as ENTT 107 Students registering
in the LEC   will automatically be enrolled in the LAB, class number 71952, a required   lecture/laboratory
section.  Please refer to class 71952 for additional   notes and information.
71952
TTh 2:00PM – 3:20PM
Bonnie Breckenridge
PAC-131
Notes: Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in TA/ENTT 105 Cross listed as   ENTT 107 Students 
registering   in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.
TA 111 – TECHNICAL THEATRE PRODUCTION
70651
F 11:00AM – 12:20PM
Christopher Sinnott
PAC-131
Notes:   Pre-requisite or co-requisite classes exist for this course.  You must also enroll in one of the
following   lab/lecture classes: 71723,71722,71691,71690.
TA 112 – BASIC SOUND REINFORCEMENT
71172
T 1:30PM – 3:20PM
Robert Giracello
D-10
Notes: Cross   listed as ENTT/MUS 112 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be   enrolled in the LAB,
class number 71171, a required lecture/laboratory section. Please refer to   class 71171 
for additional notes and information.
71171
Th 1:30PM – 4:20PM
Robert Giracello
D-10
Notes: Cross   listed as ENTT/MUS 112 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be   enrolled in the LAB.
TA 113A – IMPROVISATIONAL THEATRE I
70643
T 1:30PM – 4:20PM
Michael Mufson
PAC-127
TA 113B – IMPROVISATIONAL THEATRE II
73742
T 1:30PM – 4:20PM
Michael Mufson
PAC-127
Notes:   Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in TA 113A
TA 114 – ADVANCED SOUND REINFORCEMENT
73570
TTh 8:30AM – 10:40AM
Robert Giracello
D-10
Notes:   Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in TA/ENTT/MUS 112. Cross listed as   ENTT/MUS 114.
TA 115 – ACTING I
70644
MW 11:00AM – 12:20PM
Michael Mufson
PAC-127
70649
TTh 9:30AM – 10:50AM
Dana Case
PAC-127
73575
M 6:30PM – 9:20PM
John Polak
PAC-127
TA 116 – ACTING II
70645
TTh 11:00AM – 12:20PM
Francis Gercke
PAC-127
Notes:   Prerequisite:  A minimum grade of ‘C’   in TA 115
TA 124 – BEGINNING STAGE MANAGEMENT
73580
F 9:00AM – 10:50AM
Christopher Sinnott
PAC-131
Notes: Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in TA 100. Cross listed as   DNCE/ENTT 124. Students
registering   in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB, class number 73581, a   required
lecture/laboratory   section.  Please refer to class 73581   for additional notes and information.
73581  
TBA
Christopher Sinnott
PAC-131
Notes:   Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in TA 100 Cross listed as DNCE/ENTT 124   Students
registering   in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. Arrange 3 hours per   week.  Prior to census
date, this   class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly   activities and interaction.
TA 150 – DRAMATIC LITERATURE AND SCRIPT ANALYSIS
71629
MW 8:00AM – 9:20AM
Lizabeth (Annie) Hinton
D-3
TA 160 – BEGINNING STAGE DIRECTION
73578
F 12:00PM – 2:50PM
Francis Gercke
PAC-127
TA 182 – INTRODUCTION TO ARTS MANAGEMENT
72650
MWF 3:00PM – 5:50PM
Ingram Ober
BOEHM
Notes: Cross listed as   AMS/ART/DNCE/MUS 182
TA 183 – INTERNSHIP IN ARTS MANAGEMENT
72766
MWF 3:00PM – 5:50PM
Ingram Ober
BOEHM
Notes:   Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in AMS/ART/DNCE/MUS or TA 182 Cross   listed as
AMS/ART/DNCE/MUS 183
TA 184 – CREATIVE THEATRE ENSEMBLE
73576
TBA
Michael Mufson
PAC-131
Notes:   Arrange 96 hours with instructor.    Prior to census date, this class requires a signed   student/faculty
contract   documenting weekly activities and interaction.
73577
TBA
Dana Case
PAC-131
Notes:   Arrange 96 hours with instructor.    Prior to census date, this class requires a signed   student/faculty
contract   documenting weekly activities and interaction.
TA 191A – REHEARSAL AND PERFORMANCE I
73585
TBA
Michael Mufson
PAC-131
Notes:   Arrange 96 hours with instructor.    Prior to census date, this class requires a signed   student/faculty
contract   documenting weekly activities and interaction. “Rough Magic”   audition info at
http://www2.palomar.edu/performingarts/category/auditions
 
73589
TBA
Dana Case
PAC-131
Notes:   Arrange 96 hours with instructor.    Prior to census date, this class requires a signed   student/faculty
contract   documenting weekly activities and interaction. “The Philadelphia   Story” audition info at
http://www2.palomar.edu/performingarts/category/auditions
TA 191B – REHEARSAL AND PERFORMANCE II
73586
TBA
Michael Mufson
PAC-131
Notes:   Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in TA 191A
Notes:   Arrange 96 hours with instructor.    Prior to census date, this class requires a signed   student/faculty
contract   documenting weekly activities and interaction. “Rough Magic”   audition info at
http://www2.palomar.edu/performingarts/category/auditions
73590 TBA Dana Case PAC-131
Notes:   Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in TA 191A
Notes:   Arrange 96 hours with instructor.    Prior to census date, this class requires a signed   student/faculty
contract   documenting weekly activities and interaction. “The Philadelphia   Story” audition info at
http://www2.palomar.edu/performingarts/category/auditions
TA 191C – REHEARSAL AND PERFORMANCE III
73587
TBA
Michael Mufson
PAC-131
Notes:   Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in TA 191B
Notes:   Arrange 96 hours with instructor.    Prior to census date, this class requires a signed   student/faculty
contract   documenting weekly activities and interaction. “Rough Magic”   audition info at
http://www2.palomar.edu/performingarts/category/auditions
73591 TBA Dana Case PAC-131
Notes:   Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in TA 191B
Notes:   Arrange 96 hours with instructor.    Prior to census date, this class requires a signed   student/faculty
contract   documenting weekly activities and interaction. “The Philadelphia   Story” audition info at
http://www2.palomar.edu/performingarts/category/auditions
TA 191D – REHEARSAL AND PERFORMANCE IV
73588
TBA
Michael Mufson
PAC-131
Notes:   Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in TA 191C
Notes:   Arrange 96 hours with instructor.    Prior to census date, this class requires a signed   student/faculty
contract   documenting weekly activities and interaction. “Rough Magic”   audition info at
http://www2.palomar.edu/performingarts/category/auditions
73592 TBA Dana Case PAC-131
Notes:   Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in TA 191C
Notes:   Arrange 96 hours with instructor.    Prior to census date, this class requires a signed   student/faculty
contract   documenting weekly activities and interaction. “The Philadelphia   Story” audition info at
http://www2.palomar.edu/performingarts/category/auditions
TA 192A – TECHNICAL THEATRE PRACTICUM I
70647
TBA
Christopher Sinnott
PAC-111
Notes:   Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’, or concurrent enrollment in TA/ENTT   105
Notes:   Arrange 48 hours with instructor.    Prior to census date, this class requires a signed
student/faculty   contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.
“Rough   Magic” production dates at   http://www2.palomar.edu/performingarts/category/auditions
71022
TBA
Christopher Sinnott
PAC-111
Notes:   Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’, or concurrent enrollment in TA/ENTT   105
Notes:   Arrange 48 hours with instructor.    Prior to census date, this class requires a signed
student/faculty   contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.
“The   Philadelphia Story” production dates at   http://www2.palomar.edu/performingarts/category/auditions
TA 192B – TECHNICAL THEATRE   PRACTICUM II 73737 TBA Christopher Sinnott PAC-111
Notes:   Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in TA 192A
Notes:   Arrange 48 hours with instructor.    Prior to census date, this class requires a signed
student/faculty   contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.
“Rough   Magic” production dates at   http://www2.palomar.edu/performingarts/category/auditions
73738 TBA Christopher Sinnott PAC-111
Notes:   Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in TA 192A
Notes:   Arrange 48 hours with instructor.    Prior to census date, this class requires a signed
student/faculty   contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.
“The   Philadelphia Story” production dates at   http://www2.palomar.edu/performingarts/category/auditions
TA 215 – ACTING III
73743
F 12:00PM – 2:50PM
Francis Gercke
PAC-127
Notes:   Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in TA 116
TA 216 – ACTING IV
73579
F 12:00PM – 2:50PM
Francis Gercke
PAC-127
Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in TA 116

Academic Advising

Attention Palomar Performing Arts majors! Whether you’re majoring in dance, music, or theatre arts, we have a faculty advisor just for you! Find an advisor in the list below and contact him/her ASAP for an appointment. Our faculty advisors will help you choose the right classes and programs for your success!

Music

E. Weller: eweller@palomar.edu; (760) 744-1150 x3949

M. Bryne: mbyrne@palomar.edu; (760) 744-1150 x2809

P. Kurokawa: pkurokawa@palomar.edu; (760) 744-1150 x2322

Dance

M. Faulkner: mfaulkner@palomar.edu; (760) 744-1150 x2318

P. Mead: pmead@palomar.edu; (760) 744-1150 x2969

Theatre Arts

M. Mufson: mmufson@palomar.edu; (760) 744-1150 x2456

C. Sinnott: csinnott@palomar.edu; (760) 744-1150 x2432

Music Classes Spring 2013

MUSIC

Advisors: M. Byrne, phone ext. 2809, mbyrne@palomar.edu; P. Kurokawa, phone ext. 2322, pkurokawa@palomar.edu; E. Weller, phone ext. 3949, eweller@palomar.edu

Each activity may be taken four times for credit. Activity is defined to include all ability levels. (e.g., A student may take a total of only four Keyboard courses for credit.) Keyboard, Piano skills, Vocal, Brass Instruments, Woodwind Instruments, Guitar, Choir, Concert Band, Jazz, Chamber Ensemble, and String Orchestra are defined as activity courses.

For class information, contact the department office at 760 744-1150, ext. 2316.

MUS 100 MUSIC APPRECIATION (3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day

31324 DE INTERNET WALTON S LEC

This is an online class.

This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting.

Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site:

http://faculty.palomar.edu/swalton/

(Class Number 31324 meets 4/1-5/24)

31875 MW 12:30-1:50pm D-4 WELLER E LEC

 

30761 TTh 1:30-2:50pm D-3 KUROKAWA P LEC

 

30769 M 2-4:50pm D-4 BYRNE M LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening

30771 M 6-8:50pm D-3 BYRNE M LEC

ESCONDIDO/Day

30770 MWF 9:15-10:05am ESC-504 GOLDEN A LEC

Class Number 30770 meets at Palomar College Escondido

MUS 102 INTRODUCTION TO JAZZ (3.0 units)

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement.

SAN MARCOS/Day

31308 DE INTERNET WALTON S LEC

This is an online class.

This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting.

Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site:

http://faculty.palomar.edu/swalton/

(Class Number 31308 meets 1/22-3/22)

30762 MW 11-12:20pm D-4 WELLER E LEC

 

MUS 103 FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSIC (3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day

31261 MWF 9-9:50am D-4 KUROKAWA P LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening

30580 T 6:30-9:20pm D-3 INGBER J LEC

 

MUS 105 MUSIC THEORY I (3.0 units)

Corequisite: MUS 110

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day

30781 M 9-10:50am D-3 MUNSON M LEC

 

W 9-9:50am D-3 LEC

 

W 10-10:50am D-3 MUNSON M LAB

Arrange 1 hour per week in the Performing Arts Media Lab, room D-2.

Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

MUS 106 MUSIC THEORY II (3.0 units)

Corequisite: MUS 111

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MUS 105

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day

30582 T 10-11:50am D-4 WELLER E LEC

 

Th 10-10:50am D-4 LEC

 

Th 11-11:50am D-4 WELLER E LAB

Arrange 1 hour per week in the Performing Arts Media Lab, room D-2.

Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

MUS 110 MUSIC SKILLS I (1.0 unit)

Prerequisite: Ability to read and write basic music notation.

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day

30783 M 12-12:50pm D-11 MUNSON M LEC

 

W 12-12:50pm D-3 MUNSON M LAB

Arrange 2 hours per week in the Performing Arts Media Lab, room D-2.

Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

MUS 111 MUSIC SKILLS II (1.0 unit)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MUS 110

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day

30665 T 9-9:50am D-11 WELLER E LEC

 

Th 9-9:50am D-11 WELLER E LAB

Arrange 2 hours per week in the Performing Arts Media Lab, room D-2.

Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

MUS 115 BASIC KEYBOARD I (0.5 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day

31315 MW 10-10:50am D-11 WEBER R LAB

 

30571 W 11-12:50pm D-11 WEBER R LAB

 

30570 TTh 1:30-2:20pm D-11 KUHN L LAB

SAN MARCOS/Evening

30568 T 6:30-8:20pm D-11 BRUCK D LAB

 

MUS 116 ACCELERATED BASIC KEYBOARD (1.0 unit)

Prerequisite: Ability to read music in treble and bass clefs.

SAN MARCOS/Day

31151 MW 1-2:20pm D-11 GRAY S LAB

 

MUS 117 BASIC KEYBOARD II (0.5 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MUS 115 or the passing of equivalency test

SAN MARCOS/Day

31679 W 4-5:50pm D-11 KUHN L LAB

 

MUS 119 PIANO SKILLS I (0.5 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MUS 117 or the passing of equivalency test.

SAN MARCOS/Day

31692 T 4-5:50pm D-11 BRUCK D LAB

 

MUS 130 FUNDAMENTAL VOCAL SKILLS (2.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day

30575 MW 10-10:50am D-5 JAEB M LEC

 

30576 T 11-12:50pm D-5 HAMMER J LEC

 

30891 MW 1-1:50pm D-5 BRYAN K LEC

 

MUS 131 VOCAL LITERATURE/PERFORMANCE (2.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MUS 130

SAN MARCOS/Day

30700 MW 1-1:50pm D-5 BRYAN K LEC

 

MUS 137 CUBAN AND BRAZILIAN DRUMMING I (0.5 units)

Cross listed as DNCE 137

SAN MARCOS/Day

30701 W 3-4:20pm D-6 VIGO S LAB

 

MUS 138 CUBAN/BRAZILIAN DRUMMING II (0.5 units)

Limitation on enrollment: Enrollment subject to audition

Cross listed as DNCE 138

SAN MARCOS/Day

31905 Th 3-4:50pm D-6 VIGO S LAB

 

MUS 143 PALOMAR CHORALE CHAMBER ENSMBL (1.0 unit)

Prerequisite: Enrollment subject to audition with emphasis on vocal ability and music reading.

SAN MARCOS/Evening

30768 W 7-9:50pm D-5 DEAN S LAB

 

MUS 148 PALOMAR CHORALE (1.0 unit)

Prerequisite: Enrollment subject to audition.

SAN MARCOS/Evening

30556 W 7-9:50pm D-5 DEAN S LAB

 

MUS 149 SPECTRUM POP/JAZZ SINGERS (1.0 unit)

Prerequisite: Enrollment subject to audition

SAN MARCOS/Day

31309 TTh 1:30-2:50pm D-5 HAMMER J LAB

 

MUS 151 CONCERT BAND (1.0 unit)

Prerequisite: Ability to perform on one or more band instruments

SAN MARCOS/Evening

30557 Th 7-9:50pm D-6 BELL K LAB

 

MUS 152 JAZZ ENSEMBLE (1.0 unit)

Prerequisite: Ability to perform on one or more instruments and read music.

Enrollment subject to audition

SAN MARCOS/Day

30558 M 4-6:50pm D-6 STAFF LAB

 

MUS 157 GUITAR ENSEMBLES (2.0 units)

Prerequisite: Enrollment subject to audition with emphasis on music reading

SAN MARCOS/Day

30559 M 4-5:50pm D-5 PILE R LEC

 

MUS 158 CHAMBER SINGERS (1.0 unit)

Prerequisite: Enrollment subject to audition with emphasis on vocal ability and music reading

SAN MARCOS/Day

30560 MWF 11-11:50am D-6 DEAN S LAB

 

MUS 171 WORLD MUSIC (3.0 units)

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement.

SAN MARCOS/Day

31074 MW 1:30-2:50pm D-3 HACKER A LEC

 

MUS 172 REPERTORY JAZZ ENSEMBLE (1.0 unit)

Prerequisite: Enrollment subject to audition

SAN MARCOS/Evening

30561 M 7-9:50pm D-6 KUROKAWA P LAB

 

MUS 175 BEGINNING GUITAR (2.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day

30577 W 2-3:50pm BES-1 WOLF S LEC

 

30578 M 2-3:50pm D-5 PILE R LEC

ESCONDIDO/Evening

30579 Th 6:30-8:20pm ESC-504 GOLDEN A LEC

Class Number 30579 meets at Palomar College Escondido

MUS 176 INTERMEDIATE GUITAR (2.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MUS 175

SAN MARCOS/Day

33796 M 9-10:50am D-6 PILE R LEC

 

MUS 178 CLASSICAL GUITAR (2.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MUS 175 or ability to read music

SAN MARCOS/Day

30668 M 4-5:50pm D-5 PILE R LEC

 

MUS 179 BEGINNING FLAMENCO GUITAR (2.0 units)

Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of guitar

SAN MARCOS/Evening

31437 W 5-6:50pm BES-1 WOLF S LEC

 

MUS 180 COMPUTER MUSIC I (3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MUS 103 or 115 or ARTI 246 or GCMW 204

SAN MARCOS/Day

30896 TTh 1:30-2:50pm D-2 BYRNE M LEC

 

MUS 181 COMPUTER MUSIC II (3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’, or concurrent enrollment in MUS 180

SAN MARCOS/Day

31152 Th 3:30-6:20pm D-2 BYRNE M LEC

 

MUS 182 INTRO TO ARTS MANAGEMENT (3.0 units)

Cross listed as AMS/ART/DNCE/TA 182

SAN MARCOS/Day

33014 MWF 3-5:50pm BOEHM OBER I LAB

 

MUS 183 INTERNSHIP IN ARTS MANAGEMENT (3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in AMS/ART/DNCE/MUS/TA 182

Cross listed as AMS/ART/DNCE/TA 183

SAN MARCOS/Day

33189 MWF 3-5:50pm BOEHM OBER I LAB

 

MUS 184 ELECTRONIC ENSEMBLE (3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MUS 103

SAN MARCOS/Day

30767 W 2-4:50pm D-2 BYRNE M LEC

 

MUS 187 COMPUTER MUSIC COMPOSITION (3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MUS 103 or 115, and MUS 180 and 181

SAN MARCOS/Day

31316 W 2-4:50pm D-2 BYRNE M LEC

 

MUS 198 PALOMAR SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA (1.0 unit)

Prerequisite: Enrollment subject to audition.

SAN MARCOS/Evening

30567 T 7-9:50pm D-6 WELLER E LAB

 

REINER-MARCUS U

 

MUS 211 COUNTERPOINT (3.0 units)

Corequisite: MUS 216

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MUS 210

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day

30585 T 9-10:50am D-3 KUROKAWA P LEC

 

Th 9-9:50am D-3 LEC

 

Th 10-10:50am D-3 KUROKAWA P LAB

Arrange 1 hour per week in the Performing Arts Media Lab, room D-2.

Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

MUS 216 MUSIC SKILLS IV (1.0 unit)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MUS 215

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day

30587 T 11-11:50am D-11 KUROKAWA P LEC

 

Th 11-11:50am D-11 KUROKAWA P LAB

Arrange 2 hours per week in the Performing Arts Media Lab, room D-2.

Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

MUS 220 APPLIED MUSIC (2.0 units)

Corequisite: MUS 222 and at least one music ensemble (MUS 134-198). Complete list in College Catalog under MUS 220

The Applied Music Program provides private music lessons in keyboard, voice, guitar, brass, woodwind and various other instruments. Program requires:

1. one hour lesson per week (2 unit)

2. five hours of ON CAMPUS practice per week

3. participation in a Palomar music ensemble (1 unit)

4. concurrent enrollment in Music 222 (.5 units)

Students are admitted by special audition on Friday, January 25.

Contact the Performing Arts Office (D16), 760 744-1150, ext. 2316 for appointment.

SAN MARCOS/Day

31445 TBA D-1BB BIGGS M LAB

Arrange 6 hours per week.

Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

31446 TBA D-1BB PILE R LAB

Arrange 6 hours per week.

Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

31447 TBA D-1BB REINER-MARCUS U LAB

Arrange 6 hours per week.

Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

31438 TBA D-1BB STEINBERG S LAB

Arrange 6 hours per week.

Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

31448 TBA D-1BB WELLER R LAB

Arrange 6 hours per week.

Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

31449 TBA D-1BB WOLF S LAB

Arrange 6 hours per week.

Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

31450 TBA D-1BB STAFF LAB

Arrange 6 hours per week.

Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

31451 TBA D-1BB STAFF LAB

Arrange 6 hours per week.

Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

31452 TBA D-1BB STAFF LAB

Arrange 6 hours per week.

Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

31453 TBA D-1BB BRYAN K LAB

Arrange 6 hours per week.

Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

31454 TBA D-1BB CHASE E LAB

Arrange 6 hours per week.

Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

31455 TBA D-1BB GLASSON F LAB

Arrange 6 hours per week.

Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

31439 TBA D-1BB GOLDEN A LAB

Arrange 6 hours per week.

Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

31440 TBA D-1BB GRAY S LAB

Arrange 6 hours per week.

Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

31441 TBA D-1BB JAEB M LAB

Arrange 6 hours per week.

Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

31881 TBA D-1BB KUHN L LAB

Arrange 6 hours per week.

Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

31882 TBA D-1BB MASUR J LAB

Arrange 6 hours per week.

Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

MUS 222 PERFORMANCE STUDIES (0.5 units)

Corequisite: MUS 220

SAN MARCOS/Day

30734 F 1-2:50pm D-5 WELLER E LAB

Bass

30735 F 1-2:50pm D-5 WELLER E LAB

Voice

30736 F 1-2:50pm D-5 WELLER E LAB

Cello

30737 F 1-2:50pm D-5 WELLER E LAB

Clarinet

30738 F 1-2:50pm D-5 WELLER E LAB

Classical Guitar

30739 F 1-2:50pm D-5 WELLER E LAB

Flute

30740 F 1-2:50pm D-5 WELLER E LAB

French Horn

30741 F 1-2:50pm D-5 WELLER E LAB

Harp

30742 F 1-2:50pm D-5 WELLER E LAB

Harpsichord

30743 F 1-2:50pm D-5 WELLER E LAB

Oboe

30744 F 1-2:50pm D-5 WELLER E LAB

Organ

30745 F 1-2:50pm D-5 WELLER E LAB

Percussion

30746 F 1-2:50pm D-5 WELLER E LAB

Piano

30747 F 1-2:50pm D-5 WELLER E LAB

Saxophone

30748 F 1-2:50pm D-5 WELLER E LAB

Studio Guitar

30749 F 1-2:50pm D-5 WELLER E LAB

Trombone

30750 F 1-2:50pm D-5 WELLER E LAB

Trumpet

30751 F 1-2:50pm D-5 WELLER E LAB

Tuba

30752 F 1-2:50pm D-5 WELLER E LAB

Viola

30753 F 1-2:50pm D-5 WELLER E LAB

Violin

MUS 223 PREMIER CHAMBER ENSEMBLES (1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day

31366 W 2-4:50pm D-5 CHASE D LAB

 

MUS 224 INTRODUCTION TO JAZZ PIANO (2.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MUS 117 or the passing of equivalency test

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Evening

31442 W 6:30-7:20pm D-11 WELLER R LEC

 

W 7:30-8:20pm D-11 WELLER R LAB

Arrange 2 hours per week.

Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

MUS 225 PIANO SKILLS II (0.5 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MUS 119 or the passing of equivalency test

SAN MARCOS/Day

31443 Th 4-5:50pm D-11 KUHN L LAB

 

Electro Acoustic Music Festival

November 14

Electro Acoustic Music Festival
Happy 100th Birthday, John Cage!

Local and out-of-town composers celebrate the life and work of one of our culture’s most celebrated visionaries with acoustic and electronic performances.

Directed by Madelyn Byrne
Wednesday, 8pm
Performance Lab (D10), Palomar College, San Marcos campus
$5 General Admission, Open Seating

Rough Magic – More Audition Info from the Director

Synopsis:

Transplanting characters from The Tempest to present-day New York, ROUGH MAGIC is a Shakespearean action-adventure-fantasy in the tradition of Harry Potter and The X-Men that conjures a mythical, magical meta-universe in which the evil sorcerer Prospero is willing to do anything to recover his stolen book of magic—even if it means Manhattan’s destruction. Lucky for us, New York’s defenders include a quartet of unlikely heroes: A plucky, raven-haired dramaturg named Melanie Porter, who has the ability to free characters from plays; Prospero’s hunky (though not-too-bright) son, Caliban; a revenge-seeking Fury from Ancient Greece named Tisiphone; and a seventeen-year-old lifeguard from Coney Island named Chet Baxter. May the forces of evil beware…

Roles:

MELANIE PORTER, a dramaturg with the magical gift to free characters from classical plays

CHESTER “CHET” BAXTER, a lifeguard

PROSPERO, an evil sorcerer

CALIBAN, Prospero’s first born and rebellious son

ARIEL, Prospero’s son, an enslaved spirit

SASIA, Ariel’s twin sister, also enslaved

MIRANDA, his daughter

SHYLOCK, owner of the Alabaster bookstore on Twelfth Street, freed from Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice

CAIUS MARCIUS, a Roman General, Freed from Shakespeare’s Coriolanus

TISIPHONE, first Fury, freed from Greek trilogy The Oresteia, a fabulous drag performer

MEGAGERA, second Fury, freed from Greek trilogy The Oresteia, one of Tisiphone’s back-up singers

ALECTO, third Fury, freed from Greek trilogy The Oresteia, also one of Tisiphone’s back-up singers

LINDA SUMMERS, a graduate student at Columbia University

DR. ROSEMARY RIDGEON, a doctor at Bellvue, Psychiatric Hospital

-From the Director, Michael Mufson-

2014-2015 Palomar Symphony Orchestra Season

Palomar Symphony Orchestra 2014-2015 Season

“Water Music: The Flow of Ideas, People, Spirit and Nature”

Music and water share many common properties: both are made up of single tiny moments or droplets, that combine to create waves, and both encompass the idea of flow. Dedicated to California’s ongoing drought, each concert will present pieces that were inspired by water, either directly or metaphorically.  Other pieces will accentuate music’s own tendencies to float ideas, both drifting and turbulent, from inception to the sea of shared human experience.

October 10-11: Water Music I – Flow of Ideas: Across the English Channel

These pieces were all composed by composers from Germany and Austria who made their way across the English Channel to find a home for their ideas.

Handel, Suite from Water Music

Mendelssohn, Overture, the Hebrides

Haydn, Symphony No. 104 (“London”)

November 21-22 Water Music II – Flow of People: American Waters (with Palomar Chamber Singers)

These pieces were all inspired by the geography of the United States, and the clash of old Native American, European and African cultures producing something entirely new

Sousa, Hands Across the Sea

Grofe, Mississippi Suite

Dvorak, Symphony No. 9, “From the New World”

March 14 Water Music III – Flow of the Spirit: Musical Emotions with special guest, Dr. Peter Gach, piano

Music that features the liquid flow of emotions, the tears of the displaced:  from fierce longing and homesickness, to the deep connections to important waterways under times of cultural repression.

Chopin, Piano Concerto No. 1

Smetana, The Moldau

By the Waters of Babylon/Flow My Tears

May 2015 TBA Water Music IV – Flow of the Wild: Humans living in harmony with Nature

As part of the PAD festival, the PSO is proud to feature the work of its own resident composer, Dr. Madelyn Byrne, and the exquisite performance of Concertmaster Ulli Reiner in an original violin concerto inspired by the Decorah Eagles and conservation efforts to save endangered species.

Giracello, Comet Overture

Byrne, Violin Concerto

Beethoven, Symphony No. 6 “Pastoral”PSO Director, Ellen Weller

The PSO Director and The PSO Concertmaster

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Dr. Ellen Weller joined the Palomar Performing Arts Department in 2005, where she teaches classes in music theory, ear-training and music literature and directs the Palomar Symphony Orchestra. She earned her B.A. and M.A. in Music Composition from Queens College of the City University of New York, and completed her PhD studies at UCSD. She has studied conducting with Peter Jaffe, Donald Portnoy, David Chase, Martin Canellakis, Harvey Sollberger, and Kenneth Bell. She was an invited Fellow at the 2012 Conductors Institute of South Carolina, and recently appeared as guest conductor with the Poway Symphonette. A pianist and multi-winds performer, Weller has two CDs on the Circumvention label: Spirits, Little Dreams and Improvisations (2004) and Point of Contact (2008).  Her compositions include works for solo piano, flute, voice, and chamber ensembles, some exploring improvisation and graphic notation, and have been performed in New York, Detroit, San Diego and Los Angeles. Recent works include Prior’s Waltz for orchestra, 1918: for two pianos and community, incidental music to Angels in America and Pine Apple Rag for piano soloist and orchestra. Websites: www.wellermusic.com and http://www2.palomar.edu/users/eweller/.

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Ulli Reiner, concertmaster of the Palomar Symphony Orchestra, is an adjunct faculty member of Palomar College and orchestra director with the Poway Unified School District. She is also the manager, founder and concertmaster of the Poway Community Symphony Orchestra and conductor of the Poway Community Symphonette. Ms. Reiner is a co-founder of the San Diego Youth Philharmonic and Civic Youth Orchestras, and she was appointed conductor of the Concert Strings Ensemble with the San Diego Youth Symphony and Conservatory in the fall of 2011.

A graduate of the University of Missouri-Kansas City Conservatory of Music, Ms. Reiner received a Bachelor of Music Education degree with emphasis in violin and viola performance and continued with graduate study at San Diego State University, the University of Southern California, and the University of San Diego. She has studied violin and viola with Melvin Ritter, Tiberius Klausner, Yukiko Kamei, Noumi Fisher, Milton Thomas and her father, Rudolf Reiner.

As a professional violinist, Ms. Reiner has performed with the San Diego Symphony, San Diego Opera, Starlight Opera, San Diego Chamber Orchestra, St. Louis Municipal Opera, the St. Louis Philharmonic, and the Alexandria String Quartet. As a certified private instructor of Suzuki and traditional violin, her students have won numerous awards and scholarships leading to professional careers in music.

Ms. Reiner is a member of the Suzuki Association of the Americas, Suzuki Association of San Diego, served on the Board of Directors of the American String Teachers Association and has served as an adjudicator for the Southern California School Band and Orchestra Association. She was recognized in 1991 and again in 1993 by Outstanding Young Women of America and in 2000 was elected to the prestigious Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers. Since 1995 she has led successful international concert tours of Salzburg, Vienna, London, and Paris conducting the Civic Youth Orchestra Chamber Strings and her “Mostly Mozart Orchestra” comprised of students from the Poway Unified School District. Most recently, she was invited to conduct at the American String Teachers National Convention in Reno, Nevada, and was the guest conductor for the San Diego Unified School District Honor Orchestra.

Ms. Reiner performed a solo with the Maryville University Symphony Orchestra in St. Louis, Missouri in the springs of 2010 and 2012, performs solos regularly with the Poway Community Symphonette .

For more information about Ms. Ulli Reiner, visit her website here.

Contact the Symphony

For General orchestra information, string section seating, web site comments or orchestra openings, please contact the music director.

Dr. Ellen Weller eweller@palomar.edu (760) 744-1150 X 3949

Meet the Palomar Symphony Orchestra

Spring 2013

Violin I    
*Ulli Reiner-Concertmaster 
Diane Hunt-Assistant Concertmaster
Rachel Leverenz
Dalia Miguel
Stephanie Snyder
Virginia Thomas
Sam Townsend

Violin II
Fang Fang Li-Principal
Olivia Buscemi
Chenaniah Keshka
Tammy Lam
Gayle McCutchan
Janice McIntire
Alex Pilchowski
Melissa Rexillus

Viola
Roger Pine-Principal 
Jan Larson
Jay Lambert
Lina Mendenhall

Cello
*Lorie Kirkell-Principal
Joyce Rooks
*Cynthia Torgison

Contrabass
Thomas Torgison-Principal
Nathan Robinson

Flute
Kathleen Hamilton-Principal 
Rachel Holtz
Nathaly Loyola

Oboe
*Gracie Fowler-Principal
Tim Martin

Clarinet
John Lasser-Principal
Nick Vanderschalie

Bassoon
Eleanor Tibbals-Pennington-Principal
Cheryl Knapp

French Horn
*Kenneth Bell-Principal
Judith Barnett
Makeala Latimer

Trumpet
Nicholas Nuss-Principal
Thomas Daily
Zachary Solza

Trombone
Adam Vickers-Principal
David Burnworth
Andrew Circle
Thomas Yearsley

Tuba
Austin Lynch

Percussion
Diego Gutierrez-Principal

*Palomar Faculty Member

About Concert Hour

Concert Hour is a music enrichment series presented for our students and the community by the Palomar College Performing Arts Department. There is no charge for admission. Concerts take place Thursdays in the Performance Lab (D10) or in the Howard Brubeck Theatre (check individual listings). Doors open at 12:20, with seating on a first-come first-served basis. The program begins at 12:30 and ends at 1:20.  At the discretion of the house manager, late arrivals will be admitted during the first performance pause. Campus police can provide patrons coming from off campus with guest parking passes and give directions to legal parking areas. Patrons are urged to allow sufficient time to secure parking and reach the performance venue before the concert begins. Palomar College is located at 1140 W. Mission Rd. in San Marcos. Check the Concert Hour section of our website for updated information, or call 760.744.1150 x2317.

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Join the Palomar Brass Ensemble!

Still looking to add a music ensemble to your repertoire? Join the Palomar Brass Ensemble, MUS 155 (73565), Tuesday, August 27 at 3:30 pm in room D-10!