Enrolment is dependent upon the establishment of a balanced ensemble. Students are expected to have prepared their parts thoroughly prior to the first scheduled rehearsal.
Students enrolling in this unit attend an intensive practical performance program and participate in a variety of activities designed to provide intensive pre-professional training in ensemble practices. During the rehearsal/performance period students are expected to be able to respond quickly and effectively to the demands of the specific ensemble situation, personnel and music.
|Unit name||Orchestral or Vocal Studies D|
|Faculty/School||College of Arts, Law & Education
School of Creative Arts
Dr Heather Monkhouse
|Available as student elective?||Yes|
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|Band||Field of Education|
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FCA536 and audition
Intensive program of rehearsals, sectionals, workshops, coaching sessions and private practice, totaling an average of 60 hours of contact.
Performance and preparation: 30%
Ensemble skills: 30%
Co-operation and professionalism: 40%
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Flexible Study Options
As determined by conductor.
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