Keyboard Studies Program
The Department of Fine and Performing Arts Keyboard Studies Track has degree programs focusing on piano and organ.
The Keyboard Track at Morgan State University is committed to excellence and is dedicated to the journey each student takes in becoming a musician. Students study with renowned faculty and have opportunities to accompany and play chamber music.
Students pursuing a B.A. in Music on the Keyboard Track will participate in the following courses:
- Private Lessons in piano and organ allow students to work one-on-one with an instructor on a weekly basis and perform twice throughout the semester
- Studio Classes provide students the opportunity to practice performing in front of their peers
- Keyboard Literature studies piano literature from the Baroque to the 21st Century in a historical context
- Piano Pedagogy lets students get acquainted with techniques of teaching and become familiar with piano literature from beginning to intermediate levels
- Accompanying and Chamber Music teaches students techniques needed to collaborate with other musicians
pictured: Dr. Bruning and students.
Dr. Stephanie Bruning
Associate Professor of Music and Coordinator of Keyboard Studies
Carl J. Murphy Fine Arts Center Rm. 329 G
2201 Argonne Drive
Baltimore, MD 21218
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