Through coursework in eurhythmics, you'll develop your natural instinct for rhythm — learning an immediate mental and physical response to verbal commands or changes in rhythm.

In addition to physical education, eurhythmics develops your mental stimulation, and you’ll coordinate mind and body through the ideal medium of musical rhythm.

By the end of the program you’ll demonstrate mastery of rhythmic excellence, musicianship through keyboard improvisation, pedagogy and movement awareness.

Eurhythmics Department Highlights

History

The history of eurhythmics training at CIM dates to the earliest beginnings of the institution. The Eurhythmics department is a special feature of CIM's educational training and continues to enhance the education of undergraduate and graduate students.

What you'll study

  • Rhythmic movement: Mental and physical coordination through the study of musical rhythm, expressed in bodily movement. This includes the technical analysis of posture, walking, jumping and various exercises.
  • Plastic movement: Exercises in improvisation and collaboration that result in sophisticated musical artistry and expression. 

Concerts and events

Jan 11 Sat
4:00 pm
Second Master of Music Recital: Sunny (Xuecong) Xia, violin
Strings, Conservatory Student Recitals
Jan 13 Mon
4:00 pm
First Master of Music Recital: Jacquelyn O'Brien, viola
Strings, Conservatory Student Recitals
Jan 25 Sat
8:00 pm
Senior Recital: John-Paul Shoemaker, viola
Strings, Conservatory Student Recitals
Jan 27 Mon
8:00 pm
First Master of Music Recital: Hei Kan Ho, double bass
Strings, Conservatory Student Recitals
Jan 28 Tue
8:00 pm