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Recital 1 (MUSI90100)

Graduate courseworkPoints: 25On Campus (Parkville)

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Overview

Year of offer2017
Subject levelGraduate coursework
Subject codeMUSI90100
Campus
Parkville
Availability
Semester 1
Semester 2
FeesSubject EFTSL, Level, Discipline & Census Date

Recital 1 is undertaken over two semesters of candidature.

Recitals must include a minimum of 60 minutes of Music and the entire performance (including 10 minute interval) must not exceed 90 minutes in total. Recitals must include major works from the relevant vocal or instrumental recital repertory. The proposed program, including the names of any associate artists, must be submitted for approval on the Master of Music (Music Performance) Recital Program Approval form which can be found on this page: http://vca-mcm.unimelb.edu.au/studentcentre/forms

Conductors must prepare an ensemble (as determined in consultation with Senior Academic Staff, the Supervisor and Student) for a concert performance. Programs must include works that demonstrate a diversity of conducting skills.

Deadlines for program approval are published in the Learning Management System under the MCM RHD Community, follow the link to Information for MMus (Performance) students.

Intended learning outcomes

For Instrumental/Vocal students:

During this subject, students can expect to broaden their experience and understanding of musical performance and extend their musical repertory.

For Conducting students:

During this subject, students can expect to develop their conducting, score-reading and aural skills and extend their musical repertory.

Generic skills

On completion of this subject, students should be able to:

  • Demonstrate an expanded knowledge of repertory and style in their area of instrumental or vocal specialization;
  • Demonstrate a professional level of skills and team-work related to a career in music performance, including concert etiquette, planning a coherent recital program, writing meaningful and original program notes, and negotiating with professional colleagues to bring a professional performance to successful fruition;
  • Apply the best practices of local, national and international standards in their professional career in music performance;
  • Pursue an informed program of independent further study in music performance
  • Provide leadership in the profession of music performance
  • Use current technologies and assimilate the potential of emerging technologies to facilitate and heighten the dissemination of skills, knowledge and information; and
  • Demonstrate developed instrumental or vocal skills to the level expected for entry into the performance profession.

Last updated: 23 October 2017