UCLA bassoon graduates work as freelance musicians, orchestra players, teachers in colleges, schools, and private studios, and other careers like software, counseling, and healing arts. Graduates have entered graduate programs in the East, Midwest and West. Bassoonists receive weekly 1-hour lessons and a weekly studio class, and have access to the Reed Room and reedmaking classes. A customized teaching approach gives each student support and encouragement to develop skills and cultivate beautiful, expressive playing.
The UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music Announces Fall 2019 Season
Grammy-nominated saxophonist Chris Potter, and jazz vocalist Fay Victor, are just two of the artists who will be part of the music school’s Fall 2019 season.
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