Each semester, Puget Sound students come together in chamber music groups and small ensembles to learn, perform, and connect with the campus community. From string quartets and piano trios to chamber jazz combos, saxophone quartets, wind and brass collaborations, and percussion ensemble, these performing groups represent an exciting diversity of musical activities on campus. The MUS 168/368 courses provide an opportunity to play chamber music within the curriculum, for academic credit, and be coached by members of the School of Music faculty.
Music 168 and 368 are the University course numbers that cover Chamber Music and small instrumental ensembles in several different lettered course sections:
Before signing up, it is essential that you carefully read and fully understand the course registration information linked here: bit.ly/168-368
All students involved in a Music 168/368 group must have the instructor’s permission and also be properly registered for either Music 168 or Music 368. To take the first step, please follow the specific guidance in the list above for the ensemble that interests you!
If you have any questions, please contact:
Artist in Residence | Director of Chamber Music
Music Building, Room 213