Concert Practical 4 - Keyboard instruments

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Code Completion Credits Range Language Instruction Semester
104KP4 Z 1 Czech summer

Subject guarantor

Kvitoslava BILINSKÁ, Petra BLAŽKOVÁ ŽĎÁRSKÁ, Pavel ČERNÝ, Ivo KAHÁNEK, Martin KASÍK, Ivan KLÁNSKÝ, Monika KNOBLOCHOVÁ, Boris KRAJNÝ, František MALÝ, Giedre MRÁZKOVÁ, Josef POPELKA, Jaroslav TŮMA

Name of lecturer(s)

Kvitoslava BILINSKÁ, Petra BLAŽKOVÁ ŽĎÁRSKÁ, Pavel ČERNÝ, Ivo KAHÁNEK, Martin KASÍK, Ivan KLÁNSKÝ, Monika KNOBLOCHOVÁ, Boris KRAJNÝ, František MALÝ, Giedre MRÁZKOVÁ, Josef POPELKA, Jaroslav TŮMA

Learning outcomes of the course unit

In Concert Practice students check their performance skills acquired in individual class hours on the concert stage, before the public. The concert program content originates in the studied repertoire in the study plan of individual study years and is supplemented, if necessary with a repertoire for national or international contests, etc.

Mode of study

Artistic performance on stage

Prerequisites and co-requisites

No requirements.

Course contents

Concert Practice originates in the study content of the main study with consideration of the study aims of the given year (ex: preparations for various contests).

This course is for mental preparation for an evening's concert with a repertoire corressponding to the study plan, which is from six periods in various years. A repertoire from the Pre-Classic to modern music. The concert in two half-recitals in the 2nd year and an evening's cocert in later years.

Recommended or required reading

The concert program originates in the study plans for the individual study year instruction supplemented, if needed by the program requirements necessary to participate in national or international contests, etc.

Assessment methods and criteria

Successfull execution of a half-recital program in the II year of the bachelor's study, a recital in the I year of the master's study and graduation concert in the final year of bachelor's study and master's study. The recital program may be supplemented by performing a chamber music work.

Note

Concert dates are arranged through the Concert Dept. of the Music Faculty.

Schedule for winter semester 2019/2020:

The schedule has not yet been prepared

Schedule for summer semester 2019/2020:

The schedule has not yet been prepared

The subject is a part of the following study plans