Music performance requires a significant amount of time spent in regular practice in both solo and group settings. Ensemble work is an important and complementary activity to develop professional performance skill: all students in the performance major will be assigned to Conservatorium ensembles and are required to attend all rehearsals for concert performances. Students are expected to attend masterclasses of visiting artists specific to their field of study (ie classical or contemporary).
The performance major is devoted to assist the student in developing the physical skill and mental acuity necessary for success as a professional musician. In this sixth unit you will prepare and present a recital that emphasises the style and musical expertise you have developed throughout the three years of performance study.
You undertake this study in the specialisation chosen in FCM315 Performance 3A.
|Unit name||Performance 3B|
|Faculty/School||College of Arts, Law and Education
School of Creative Arts and Media
Dr Arabella Teniswood-Harvey (classical), Dr Nick Haywood (Jazz and popular music)
|Available as student elective?||No|
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FCM315 AND FCP207 or FCP204 or FCP202
Minimum of 3 hours contact weekly comprising the following activities: 1 hr Individual lesson, 1-2 x90 minute performance classes or group tutorial, 2-3 hr ensemble activity/rehearsal.
End of semester performance exam, evaluation of work undertaken through the semester: 60%, 40-50 minutes of music, weekly activities: 40%, assessment of the student's weekly preparation and participation in all unit activities, classes and rehearsal eg. teachers mark, concert/repertoire diary, ensemble activities, excerpts performance et al.
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