Concert Practical - Percussion Instruments-Jazz 3

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Code Completion Credits Range Language Instruction Semester
174KPBJ3 Z 1 Czech summer

Subject guarantor

Jaromír HONZÁK

Name of lecturer(s)

Jaromír HONZÁK, Jiří SLAVÍČEK

Learning outcomes of the course unit

The concerts are obligatory and a part of student evaluations in public presentation and stage experience

Mode of study

Each year (except the 1st study year) each student is required to study and perform an independent solo concert. In the second year it is the study year concert and in the 3rd the independent Bachelor's concert. In the subsequent 1st year master's study, there is again the study year concert and in the 2nd year the final master's concert. As well, with this is rich concert activity which is coordinated with the Composition and Wind Instruments Depts.studying with Professor Loudový, Percussion dept. at JAMU and Sound studies.

Prerequisites and co-requisites

No prerequisites.

Course contents

Each year (except the 1st study year) each student is required to study and perform an independent solo concert. In the second year it is the study year concert and in the 3rd the independent Bachelor's concert. In the subsequent 1st year master's study, there is again the study year concert and in the 2nd year the final master's concert. As well, with this is rich concert activity which is coordinated with the Composition and Wind Instruments Depts.studying with Professor Loudový, Percussion dept. at JAMU and Sound studies.

Recommended or required reading

Accoding to the maturity of the students and the dramaturgic intentions of the instructor and KBN (Percussion dept.) students.

Assessment methods and criteria

The Bachelor's and Master's concerts are part of the diploma work. The Study-year concert is evaluated by the instructor in the main study and chamber performance.

Note

Nejsou.

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