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Florida International University, School of Music

ANNOUCES A CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FROM QUALIFIED STUDENTS FOR ITS MM IN
THEORY/COMPOSITION PROGRAM

*Study with world-renowned faculty composers Orlando Jacinto Garcia,
Director of the Theory/Composition Area; Fredrick Kaufman, Professor of
Composition and Director of the School of Music, Kristine H. Burns,
Director of the FIU Electronic Music Studios.

*Participate in New Music Festivals like the May in Miami/New Music
Miami Festival, The Forum of New Music from Latin America, and the
Society of Composers National Conference.

*Study in the State-of-Art FIU Music Technology Center and hear your
works performed at the New Herbert and Nicole Wertheim Performing Arts
Center 53,000 square feet of performing, study and practice space
dedicated to our FIU Music Students.

We have a limited number of graduate assistantships and scholarships
available to highly qualified applicants. If you are interested in
developing your voice as a composer WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU. For
further information please contact:

Dr. Orlando Jacinto Garcia, Director
Music Theory/Composition Program
Florida International University
School of Music
University Park
Miami, FL 33199 USA
(305) 348-3357
email: garciao@servms.fiu.edu
http://www.fiu.edu/~music

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The Florida International University Music Composition Program
Philosophy and Mission Statement. The FIU Music Composition Program is
designed to give students a strong background in the techniques and
languages of a variety of musical styles ranging from common practice
music to the most experimental contemporary approaches. Combining a
strong emphasis in writing with analysis, the program is designed to
produce composers who are proficient in a variety of musical languages
while at the same time allowing for the evolution of an individuals
personal compositional craft and approach. A strong emphasis on
musicianship including the performance and conducting of a student's own
works further enhances the young composer's development as a competent
musician. Hands on experience in the use of new technologies including
MIDI, computer music, and interactive and notational software are an
integral part of the curriculum. The four year music composition program
at FIU prepares students for either continued graduate studies in
composition or as skillful composers continuing in a variety of other
venues.

Undergraduate students from the FIU Music Composition Program have gone
on to graduate studies at institutions including Yale, Manhattan School
of Music, SUNY Stonybrook, University of Southern California, Stanford,
Arizona State University, the National Conservatory in Belgium, and
several other fine schools for graduate studies in composition.
Additionally, graduates of the Music Composition program have gone on to
win two ASCAP Student Awards and one BMI Student Award.

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