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Guitar, Composition

ph. 715-394-8115
office. HFAC 1115
- UW-Superior

UW-Superior music instructor Tyler Kaiser is a Duluth, Minnesota, native who is active in this region as a composer, performer and educator. As a composer he has earned national recognition with several awards from the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers and numerous grants, fellowships and commissions. Notable among these are a National Endowment for the Arts grant for the Continental Harmony project, two McKnight/ARAC fellowships and commissions from the American Recorder Society, Arts Midwest/Meet the Composer, Matinee Musicale, the College of St. Scholastica, and the Duluth-Superior Symphony Orchestra. He is also one of the composers in residence with the Lake Superior Chamber Orchestra. His compositions cover the gamut of instruments and styles, including two operas, works for orchestra, chamber orchestra, concert band, and chamber music.

As a performer he is involved with many of the regions best musical talent. As a guitarist he has been concerto soloist with the LSCO and the ISO. His guitar arrangement of his own "Cotton Cantata" was used as the soundtrack for a documentary of the NEA/ACF funded Continental Harmony project. He also performs on occasion with the Arrowhead Chorale, the North Shore Big Band and the Minnesota Lute Quartet. As a horn player he performs with the Lake Superior Chamber Orchestra, the Center for Early Music Orchestra and the Horns of a Dilemma Quartet. He is also a former member of the Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra. 

He has studied guitar with Daniel K. Sturm, and master classes with Peter Segal, Toyohiko Satoh and Hopkinson Smith. He has studied horn with Miles "Mighty" Johnson. He has studied composition with Daniel K. Sturm and Arthur C. Campbell. He has a B.A. in guitar performance & composition from the College of St. Scholastica (from which he graduated summa cum laude).

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UW-Superior Schedule of Classes for Kaiser, Tyler W
Fall Semester 2016

For up to date information all schedules please refer to the class search page in the E-Hive portal.

Note: the Class Schedule information below reflects data as of 7/1/16 1:30 AM.

Fall Semester 2016
Class Nbr.Catalog Nbr.Course Title/Course TopicsClass Sect.CreditsBldg.RoomDaysTimeSeats Open
MUSI - Music
1538MUSI 130Applied Music-Guitar
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Instructor Consent Required
Music Lab Fees: Music Majors-none. Music Majors beyond degree requirements-$200 per credit; Music Minors-$200 per credit; Non Music-$300 per credit; Non Music participating in a major ensemble-$200 per credit.
001 1.00 - 2.00  FA 1115  ARR 1 of 1 open
  
Instructor Consent Required
Music Lab Fees: Music Majors-none. Music Majors beyond degree requirements-$200 per credit; Music Minors-$200 per credit; Non Music-$300 per credit; Non Music participating in a major ensemble-$200 per credit.
1619MUSI 230Applied Music-Guitar
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Instructor Consent Required
Music Lab Fees: Music Majors-none. Open to performance majors only. Course cannot be taken Pass/Fail
001 4.00  FA 1115  ARR 1 of 1 open
  
Instructor Consent Required
Music Lab Fees: Music Majors-none. Open to performance majors only. Course cannot be taken Pass/Fail
1572MUSI 330Applied Music-Guitar
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Instructor Consent Required
Music Lab Fees: Music Majors-none. Music Majors beyond degree requirements-$200 per credit; Music Minors-$200 per credit; Non Music-$300 per credit; Non Music participating in a major ensemble-$200 per credit.
001 1.00 - 2.00  FA 1115  ARR 1 of 1 open
  
Instructor Consent Required
Music Lab Fees: Music Majors-none. Music Majors beyond degree requirements-$200 per credit; Music Minors-$200 per credit; Non Music-$300 per credit; Non Music participating in a major ensemble-$200 per credit.
1642MUSI 430Applied Music-Guitar
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Instructor Consent Required
Music Lab Fees: Music Majors-none. Open to performance majors only. Course cannot be taken Pass/Fail
001 4.00  FA 1115  ARR 1 of 1 open
  
Instructor Consent Required
Music Lab Fees: Music Majors-none. Open to performance majors only. Course cannot be taken Pass/Fail

For up to date information all schedules please refer to the class search page in the E-Hive portal.

Note: the Class Schedule information below reflects data as of 7/1/16 1:30 AM.