Concert Practice - Jazz Interpretation 3
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Learning outcomes of the course unit
The student has a comprehensive knowledge of jazz music repertoire and demonstrates a high level in creating and delivering coherent musical experiences and interpretations.
Possesses a cultivated and experienced knowledge of improvisational techniques and processes and has the ability to apply them freely in a variety of contexts.
Realises, transforms, creates, arranges and/or produces music at a high professional level, expressing their own artistic concepts at the level of a developed musical personality.
Publicly presents high quality artistic performance as a solo and ensemble player.
Mode of study
Public concert presentation.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Concert practice prepares the student for a real situation related to his/her future profession. During the concert practice the student tests his/her performance skills on the concert stage in front of an audience.
This practice takes place in public concerts in the Jazz Ensemble course, in yearly recitals, and in other public presentations at school events. Practice associated with the curriculum should be supplemented with individual concert activities outside of school.
Recommended or required reading
The choice of repertoire is adequate to the individual focus of the student. In the case of a student's participation in a national or international competition, the repertoire may be selected, supplemented or modified on the basis of the announced competition conditions.
Assessment methods and criteria
Successful performance of concerts in the course Playing in a Jazz Ensemble and a year-long concert thematically linked to the chosen master's project.
Concert dates are arranged through the Concert Department of the School of Music.
No schedule has been prepared for this course
The subject is a part of the following study plans
- Jazz Interpretation (Mg) (required subject)