They have the opportunity to address the technical and musical demands of performing approved work(s) in public. Students may perform as a soloist or as a member of a chamber ensemble (one performer per part).
This 10-credit subject consists of two areas of study:
This part develops and extends the student’s skills on a chosen instrument or the voice and the application of these skills, musical understanding, and aesthetic awareness in a performance as an instrumental or vocal soloist or as a member of a chamber ensemble. A chamber ensemble must have only one performer for each part.
The approved work may be:
This part develops the student’s analytical skills and the application of these skills, through analysis of the approved work. Students submit a written analysis at the second public performance.
Students demonstrate evidence of their learning through the following assessment types:
The focus of this assessment is on a sustained performance of the total repertoire of approved work(s).
The student performs the total repertoire as either a solo performer or a member of a chamber ensemble (one player per part) in a practical examination.
The Final Performance is graded by external assessors with reference to performance standards.
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