Please refer to the return to campus page for more information on these delivery modes and students who can enrol in each mode based on their location.
Dates & times
- Semester 1
Coordinator Don Immel Mode of delivery Dual-Delivery (Southbank) Contact hours One 45-minute individual lesson per week; instrumental/vocal class; participation in ensemble/approved activity as assigned by the head of your instrument area. Total time commitment 170 hours Teaching period 1 March 2021 to 30 May 2021 Last self-enrol date 12 March 2021 Census date 31 March 2021 Last date to withdraw without fail 7 May 2021 Assessment period ends 25 June 2021
- Semester 2
Coordinator Don Immel Mode of delivery Dual-Delivery (Southbank) Contact hours One 45-minute individual lesson per week; instrumental/vocal class; participation in ensemble/approved activity as assigned by the head of your instrument area. Total time commitment 170 hours Teaching period 26 July 2021 to 24 October 2021 Last self-enrol date 6 August 2021 Census date 31 August 2021 Last date to withdraw without fail 24 September 2021 Assessment period ends 19 November 2021
Time commitment details
170 hours with contact as above, including sustained practice time in consultation with individual practice teacher. NOTE: It is recommended that Diploma in Music students enrolled in this subject contact their Head of Area regarding hurdle attendance requirements in relation to core subjects in their home course. Any student enrolled in Practical Music 1-6 may sign up to perform in Thursday Concert Class.
Additional delivery details
Students are to submit a proposed program of performance pieces for approval by the Head of Area. This is via the online Practical Examination Program Approval Form available from the Faculty’s current students forms page. This must be submitted by the subject census date. This is to ensure students' sufficient time to revise their program if it is not approved.
If students do not submit a Program Approval, they may still undertake the examination, the approval process is an academic measure for students to ensure that they are performing a repertoire that is endorsed by their Head of Area.
Instrument Heads of Area
For instrument/vocal specific questions (eg. New Student Interviews, teacher allocations, ensemble allocations), please contact your head of area:
Voice: Stephen Grant
Strings and Harp: Curt Thompson
Woodwinds: Derek Jones
Percussion: Brent Miller
Guitar: Ken Murray
For any other enquiries please contact the subject coordinator: Don Immel
Last updated: 19 June 2021