Department of Performing Arts
This minor requires 16 credits of coursework that combines dance theory, dance technique, and experience in the creative process within the discipline.
|DA 203||Perspectives in World Dance|
|DA 231||Dance Composition I: Improvisation|
|Dance Technique (four 2-credit courses)|
Music Appreciation Minor
This minor requires 16 credits of coursework selected in consultation with the Performing Arts Department Chair.
Courses may be elected from the following:
|IN 303||Poetry and Song|
|MU 137||Listening to Music|
|MU 139||History of Jazz|
|MU 201||History of Music: European|
|MU 202||History of Music: American|
|MU 203||Perspectives in World Music|
|MU 233||History of Opera|
|MU 204||Music Analysis I|
|MU 205||Music Analysis II|
|MU 256||Deconstructing Twentieth-Century Art Music|
|MU 257||The Musical Premiere: Beauty and the Artist|
|MU 312||Film Music in Cross-Cultural Perspective|
|MU 339||Music and Media|
|TH 304||Development of the American Musical|
|VM 452||Art of Noises|
Students may use one course from the General Education requirements toward the Music Appreciation minor.
Meet people who dance in this independent Emerson College hip hop and jazz dance company. Every semester, the group hosts auditions and rehearses twice each week (5–6 hours each week), with a performance at the end of each semester.
Watch the making of You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown by Kidding Around, an acting troupe at Emerson College.