Summer Course - Concert and Ethnic Percussion Techniques - June 5-7Here is a course designed to meet the needs of today's instrumental music teachers.
- The intensive format is easier to schedule. The on-campus phase of the course comprises three days during the summer.
- The course content includes key issues of percussion pedagogy, with a focused study of concert and world percussion. Also, the workshop includes instrument maintenance and visits the possibilities of various technologies in the class room – all hands-on!
- This is a graduate-level course, also accessible to undergraduate students. This course fulfills state professional development requirements and may be applied toward a Master's Degree at K-State.
How to enrollApply for admission to the Graduate School (degree or non-degree options) at ksu.edu/grad or call 785-532-6191 for information. Enroll in Music 638 (Concert and Ethnic Percussion Techniques).
Honors Recital Winners!
Congratulations to Kirstyn Norris and Brian Anderson of the K-State Percussion Studio. On April 10, they won the undergraduate and graduate divisions of the K-State Honors Recital Competition, respectively. Kirstyn performed Ilijaš by Nebojša Jovan Živković. Brian performed Northern Lights by Eric Ewazen
Download the latest edition of the K-State Percussion Studio Handbook. It is your go-to source for our curriculum, required resources (books, sticks, mallets, etc.), and clinics/background information.
K-State Percussion on ustream.tv!
Many events of the K-State percussion studio are streamed live. Those events will appear on this page.