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  • Careers — Japanese — Carthage College
    work as an interpreter at government institutions business companies and hospitals or teach English in Japan After graduation the students who study Japanese may develop their career in Japan as an English teacher in the programs such as JET or ALT Japan Exchange and Teaching JET The Japan Exchange and Teaching JET Programme invites university graduates from overseas to participate in international exchange and foreign language education throughout Japan The programme offers university graduates the opportunity to serve in local government organizations as well as public and private primary junior high and senior high schools Learn more Assistant Language Teacher Program ALT The Chiba Prefectural Board of Education hires Assistant Language Teachers ALTs from Wisconsin to assist English teachers in Japan teaching classes at the middle and junior high school levels Wisconsin s ALTs may stay in Japan for a 1 to 3 year period of time are paid a salary in yen equivalent to about 30 000 annually and receive substantial benefits and training Learn more Related Links Careers in Modern Languages Hear from students studying Japanese at Carthage Opportunities for students studying Japanese at Carthage Opportunities and employment for graduates Keep Exploring Areas of Study Recognized for Excellence

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  • Contact Us — Music Theatre & Opera — Carthage College
    Requirements Auditions Scholarships Facilities Performance Opportunities Resources Local Theatres Contact Us Contact Us For additional information about music theatre and opera at Carthage please contact Corinne Ness 262 551 5733 cness carthage edu 2001 Alford Park Drive Kenosha WI 53140

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  • Music Theatre and Opera Program — Music Theatre & Opera — Carthage College
    Program aims to provide a theoretical foundation grounded in practical experience in music theatre performance Students will learn singing acting and dancing and apply that knowledge in a variety of formal and informal performance venues Students in the Music Theatre and Opera Program are expected to balance academic discipline with practical pre professional experience The Bachelor of Arts in Music Theatre is designed for the student who has a strong proficiency in voice and basic proficiency in both acting and dance The curriculum consists of core courses in voice and musicianship supported by studies in performance dance design and music theatre history and criticism The Goals of the Music Theatre and Opera Program are to Develop comprehensive musicianship Develop mastery of performance skills in music theatre Develop an appreciation of the history of music theatre its styles conventions and social context and Provide artistic stimulation and cultural enrichment for students faculty staff and the surrounding community Students in the Music Theatre and Opera Program will be able to Demonstrate a thorough understanding of the unique requirements of integrating music and theatre into a fully realized performance Demonstrate a professional level of voice production and technique Demonstrate proficiency in sight singing

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  • Opera — Music Theatre & Opera — Carthage College
    Visitors below Opera at Carthage The mission of the Carthage classical voice program is to provide quality operatic and art song training founded in a liberal arts education Students in the classical voice program declare a major in vocal performance this program combines history and literature courses with applied performance courses In addition to the core music major students in the vocal performance program engage in courses in vocal diction and literature vocal pedagogy and opera Students in the vocal performance track have two lessons each week to prepare them for the technical demands of opera and art song Students in the vocal performance track are encouraged though not required to take coursework in dance and acting to supplement their performance skills The goals of the opera program are to Develop comprehensive musicianship Develop mastery of performance skills in opera and art song Develop an appreciation of the history and literature of opera and art song including its styles conventions and social context and Provide artistic stimulation and cultural enrichment for students faculty staff and the surrounding community through the performance of operas and song recitals Students in the vocal performance emphasis will be able to Demonstrate a professional level

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  • Faculty — Music Theatre & Opera — Carthage College
    he studies with Karen Brunssen Mr Georg has performed leading tenor roles in Mozart s Zauberflöte Poulenc s Dialogues des Carmelites Loesser s The Most Happy Fella and Hoiby s Summer and Smoke as well as the tenor solos in Mozart s Requiem Händel s Messiah Haydn s Creation and Brahms s Zigeunerlieder An experienced choral singer Mr Georg also founded a madrigal group in St Louis More Fools Than Wise Mr Georg currently resides in Chicago where he sings with the CSO Chorus and Music of the Baroque and has appeared as a soloist with both groups He also sings with the Grant Park Music Festival and is chorus director at Beth Emet the Free Synagogue in Evanston Recently Mr Georg appeared as the tenor soloist in Mozart s Requiem at the Music Institute of Chicago and as Chibiabos in Coleridge Taylor s Hiawatha s Wedding Feast in Park Ridge Sarah Gorke Adjunct Professor of Voice Johnson Art Center 211 sgorke carthage edu Sarah Gorke received her M M in classical voice performance from the Chicago College of Performing Arts of Roosevelt University in 2006 and her B A in music from Carthage College in 2004 Ms Gorke is a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing NATS and has also been a two time finalist in their District Auditions She has been a concert soloist with numerous professional organizations including the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra Grant Park Apprentice Chorale Central Chamber Chorale and Kenosha Symphony She currently sings in the professional core of the Milwaukee Symphony Chorus and is on the Music Faculty at Carthage where she teaches Private Voice and Exploring Music Annie Hackett Adjunct Professor of Dance Johnson Art Center 211 ahackett carthage edu 262 551 5859 Ms Hackett began dancing at the age of 4 performing professionally at the age of 15 and teaching at the age of 18 She also teaches workshops and master classes all over Chicago and the surrounding suburbs Her students have been accepted into dance programs with The American Ballet Theatre The Joffrey Ballet Milwaukee Ballet Ballet Chicago and The Chicago Civic Ballet Her choreography has been seen at Chicago area theaters such as The Baliwick Repertory Theater The Bohemian Theatre Ensemble Northlight Performing Arts Center and The Paramount Arts Center She has also choreographed for Carnival Cruise Lines and many industrial shows for such organizations as State Farm Pepsi Give Kids the World and Kraftmaid Ms Hackett has performed in many productions at theatres including The Chicago Shakespeare Theater Theatre Ensemble Northlight Performing Arts Center and The Paramount Arts Center Amy Haines Assistant Professor of Music Director of Vocal Pedagogy Johnson Art Center 251 ahaines carthage edu 262 551 6628 Prof Haines teaching responsibilities include private voice lessons and vocal pedagogy as well as directing the Main Stage musical Read more Allison Hull Adjunct Professor of Voice Johnson Art Center 211 ahull carthage edu Ms Hull has served as a young artist for Glimmerglass Opera and Seattle Opera

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  • Courses — Music Theatre & Opera — Carthage College
    MUS 2010 or consent of the instructor Spring Music 2040 Aural Skills IV 1 credit Instructor E Garcia Novelli A continuation of Aural Skills III applied to musical concepts studied in Music Theory IV and with particular focus on twentieth century melody harmony and rhythm Prerequisite MUS 2020 or consent of the instructor Spring Spring Music 2110 Introduction to Western Music History 4 credits Instructor Staff This introductory course will survey music from the Western classical tradition from the early Christian era through contemporary Western art music The course will acquaint the student with major works through musical analysis and critical listening Significant attention will be paid to musical forms and their cultural context Spring Music 2180 Basic Conducting 2 credits Instructor P Dennee Basic gestures of conducting and basic procedures for leading a musical ensemble to achieve its musical and technical potential Fall Music 2210 Opera 4 credits Instructor Berg Intended for music majors and non majors this course is a study in appreciation of the structure and form of opera ranging from recitative and aria to the people involved and a brief overview of the historical development and importance of opera Emphasis is placed on experiencing opera both through recorded example and live performances Spring Music 2490 Vocal Diction and Literature 4 credits Instructor G Berg Fundamentals of phonetics and sound production as applied to singing in English Italian German and French Study of representative vocal literature of each language Fall Music Theatre 2620 Music Theatre Workshop 0 1 2 credits 4 terms Instructor C Ness This course for the singer actor provides formal and informal venues to develop Music Theatre skills character development and portrayal scene study and audition skills The laboratory format allows students to learn from the instructor as well as each other as they cover varied repertory The course culminates in a performance at the end of each term Prerequisite Consent of instructor Fall Spring Music 3050 Music History I 4 credits Instructor D Shapolavov This segment of the two part music history survey covers the music of the Western classical tradition from chant through Beethoven The course will acquaint the student with a substantial body of musical works by placing them within the larger context of European history In examining these works and their aesthetic underpinnings the course employs various techniques including music analysis critical listening cultural critique and aesthetic theory Music 3060 Music History II 4 credits Instructor D Shapovalov This segment of the two part music history survey covers the music of the Western classical and popular traditions from Romanticism through the present day The course will acquaint the student with a substantial body of musical works by placing them within the larger context of European and American history In examining these works and their aesthetic underpinnings the course employs various techniques including music analysis critical listening cultural critique and aesthetic theory Fall 3400 Music Theatre History 4 credits Instructor C Ness An exploration of how drama art movement and music

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  • Requirements — Music Theatre & Opera — Carthage College
    Bachelor of Arts in Music Theatre MUS 1010 Music Theory I 3 cr MUS 1020 Aural Skills I 1 cr MUS 1030 Music Theory II 3 cr MUS 1040 Aural Skills II 1 cr MUS 2110 Introduction to Western Music History 4 cr MUS THR 3300 Music Theatre History 4 cr MUS 0250 Private Voice 1 cr each term 8 terms MUS 0160 Keyboard Skills 1 cr MUS 0170 Keyboard Skills 1 cr MUS 0180 Keyboard Skills 1 cr MUS 0190 Keyboard Skills 1 cr MUS 0010 0020 0030 or 0240 Ensemble participation for four terms 0 8 cr MUS 0700 Recital Attendance 0 cr 4 terms MUS THR 2620 Music Theatre Workshop 0 8 cr 4 terms THR EXS Applied Dance Electives 4 cr 1 cr each term THR 2110 Acting I 4 cr THR 3110 Acting II 4 cr THR 2900 Play Reading and Analysis 4 cr THR 2910 Play Production I 4 cr THR 2920 Play Production II 4 cr Choose one THR 2260 History of Pre Modern Theatre 4 cr THR 2270 History of Classical Theatre 4 cr THR 2280 History of Modern Theatre 4 cr The Bachelor of Arts in Music Emphasis in Vocal Performance The following courses 56 credits comprise the Bachelor of Arts in Music Emphasis in Vocal Performance MUS 0160 Keyboard Skills I 1 cr MUS 0170 Keyboard Skills II 1 cr MUS 0180 Keyboard Skills III 1 cr MUS 0190 Keyboard Skills IV 1 cr MUS 1010 Music Theory I 3 cr MUS 1020 Aural Skills I 1 cr MUS 1030 Music Theory II 3 cr MUS 1040 Aural Skills II 1 cr MUS 2010 Music Theory III 3 cr MUS 2020 Aural Skills III 1 cr MUS 2030 Music Theory IV 3 cr MUS 2040 Aural Skills IV 1 cr

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  • Facilities — Music Theatre & Opera — Carthage College
    Staff Courses Requirements Auditions Scholarships Facilities Performance Opportunities Resources Local Theatres Contact Us Campus Facilities Carthage music theatre and opera students perform in a variety of venues Opera productions and some Music Theatre Workshop productions are held in A F Siebert Chapel Students also perform in the Johnson Fine Arts Center s Recital Hall The David Straz Center houses the main stage Wartburg Auditorium and the Studio Theatre Carthage College

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