The development of specialised performance skills in music through individual tuition and workshops.
The aim of the paper is to develop the technical and interpretative skills of musicians wishing to be performers. Students receive an individual weekly lesson, and are required to attend weekly classes for their instrument, as well as workshops for all performance students. Instrumental applicants are normally expected to be approximately at Grade Eight standard (ABRSM, TCL, NZMEB). Tuition is usually available in piano, violin, viola, cello, voice, organ, harpsichord, fortepiano, and some woodwind and brass instruments as well as bagpipes and Scottish drumming.
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|Teaching period||Full Year|
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- Schedule C
- Arts and Music
- (i) Evidence of ability as a performer is required. Entry is by audition (see MusB degree regulations). (ii) May not be taken at the same time as MUSI 140 (except in the world music ensemble performance option).
- Teaching staff
- Convenor: Professor Terence Dennis
Lecturer Piano: Professor Terence Dennis; Voice: Associate Professor Judy Bellingham, Judith Henley, Cello: Heleen DuPlessis; Violin: Tessa Petersen.
Other instruments are taught by casual part-time teachers.
- More information link
- View further information on the Department of Music's website
- Paper Structure
- Assessment: 100% internal including a final recital
- IMPORTANT NOTE: MUSI 101 is a compulsory prerequisite for MUSI 241 as well as MUSI 141
- Teaching method
- This paper is taught On Campus