Department of Music - College of Liberal Arts - Texas A&M University Corpus Christi

Piano

We believe that education is key and we are committed to providing high-quality educational and performing opportunities to TAMU-CC students. Our mission is to inspire, engage and equip students with tools and knowledge necessary for professional life. Alongside applied lessons and other keyboard related courses, we offer weekly studio classes, mid-term and end-of-the-semester departmental recitals as well as many opportunities to play in different chamber and large ensembles. Situated on a beautiful island, our students find themselves mesmerized and motivated when performing in the stunning Performing Arts Center Concert Hall that has hosted world-renowned pianists including Van Cliburn. Piano Celebration Week is our annual festival dedicated to celebrating the mastery and artistry of piano performance, music participation and collaboration. The festival helps the university community and beyond achieve the highest reaches of creative expression. We are in love with our fast-growing university, warm supporting music community, and diverse and vibrant culture of Corpus Christi. We welcome students to join our creative, energetic and passionate piano team! Please contact Dr. Dino Mulic at dino.mulic@tamucc.edu for more information regarding audition requirements.

MUSI 1302/MUSI 2302: Non-Major Class Piano I/Non-Major Class Piano II

Students at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi have the opportunity to learn piano, even if they have never played before! MUSI 1302, Non-Major Class Piano I is designed to teach students the basics of piano playing, whether or not they have prior musical experience. Students are taught in a specially designed piano lab, with 20 electronic pianos linked to the teacher’s station. Those who wish to do so may continue into the second semester of the course, MUSI 2302, Non-Major Class Piano II. Taught by Mr. Brad Kisner, these popular classes fill quickly when registration opens. Please contact Mr. Brad Kisner for additional information.

MUSI 1181, 1182, 2181, 2182: Class Piano I, II, III, and IV

These piano courses are taken by music majors to develop basic to intermediate skills at the piano, appropriate for those pursuing a professional music career. Students are taught in a specially designed piano lab, with 20 electronic pianos linked to the teacher’s station. Please contact Dr. Dino Mulic for additional information.

Applied Piano Study

Applied music lessons (principal and secondary) are available to music majors and minors to fulfill degree plan requirements. Non-majors are directed to the appropriate class listed above. Piano lesson instructors include Dr. Dino Mulic and Mr. Brad Kisner.