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Austria: Music & Culture

APPLICATION INFORMATION

If you are interested in this program, please contact Dr. Marjorie Roth directly. 

FOR MORE INFORMATION

Please contact:
Dr. Marjorie Roth
Professor of Music & Program Coordinator
mroth1@naz.edu
Phone: (585) 389-2686
Office: Music House 23

Contact Person Abroad:
Dr. Michael Malkiewicz
Salzburg, Austria
caroso@gmx.at

Austria: Music & Culture

Music & Culture in Salzburg, Vienna & Venice  
(MUS 416 Special Topics: 3 credit hours)

General Program Description

This course will follow the "City as Text" model in that all lectures, concerts, and activities will take place not only in the classroom but also in the theaters, concert halls, archives and libraries, churches, cemeteries, coffeehouses, composer's houses in each of the three cities we will visit. Students will prepare for the course by becoming familiar with the composers, the repertoire, and the contexts for music-making and performing in each of the cities prior to the trip. Dr. Roth will provide a composite CD and listening list of repertoire, and Dr. Malkiewicz will provide a list of websites and readings related to the places we will visit.

In addition to on-site lectures, students will have opportunities to perform with the Cathedral choir in Salzburg, participate in fold dance and historical dance workshops in Vienna, and attend concerts and musical productions of various types in all three cities.

Prerequisites: Students must be Music Majors or Music Minors. All students who have taken MUS 211 and 212 will be eligible for this course. Transfer students and freshman who have not taken MUS 211 and 212 may register with the permission of Dr. Marjorie Roth.

Program Details

Course Information

All classes will be taught in English, so there are no specific foreign language requirements for the course.

In bad weather, classes will be conducted in a classroom at the Mozarteum.

Evaluation will be based on participation, on-site quizzes, and a final paper.

Schedule

The tentative dates for the program are May 17, 2014 to June 8, 2014.

Possible Itinerary

Austria Trip 2012

Monday-Saturday, May 21st-June 10th, 2012

Students will spend Week 1 in Salzburg, Week 2 in Vienna, and Week 3 in Venice.

Costs and Financial Aid

Activities/Food/Housing/Internal Transportation Fee *

All Student Fees: housing, breakfasts, activities, internal travel, concerts, museums, etc.: $1,957

Misc. Charges: $843

Total Cost : $2,800

Plane Fare & Insurance estimate (Rochester/Salzburg round trip)

Arrive in Salzburg: May 17, 2014

Depart from Salzburg: June 8, 2014

Total Cost: $1,400

Total Tuition Costs (3 cr. Nazareth Tuition)

Total amount subject to tuition cost per credit as of Summer 2012.

3 credit hours: TBA

*Please note: All costs quoted are subject to change.

Application Deadlines

TBA

Travel Documents

A valid passport is required.

Living Accommodations

Students will board, with breakfast included, at youth hostels in each city.

About Austria

For more information, please see the following websites:

Austria Information

All About Austria

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