Cannot be taken with: MUS334
Pre-requisites: MUS215

Second year performance or audition with Director of Performance

Aims/Description: In this module you will develop your advanced practical skills to demonstrate the ability to communicate meaning in music through a public performance at a professional standard. You will prepare a programme, in any musical style and on any instrument, which exhibits your repertorial range containing works of a contrasting nature from different historical periods and contain a contemporary work. Your work will be supported by individual instrumental tuition. Instrumental or Vocal Recital can be taken in 20 and 40 credit versions. The length of the recital should be approximately 25 minutes for MUS303 Instrumental or Vocal Recital (20 credits); 35-40 minutes for MUS334 Extended Instrumental or Vocal Recital (40 credits).

Restrictions on availability: Version 1:External students may take if they pass an audition with the director of performance, and will have to pay privately for instrumental tuition.Version 2:For non-music students an audition must be arranged with the Director of Performance and a...

Staff Contact: WATTS SARAH K
Teaching Methods: Lectures, Tutorials, Independent Study,
Assessment: Practical skills assessment

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