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Music Fundamentals Level 1

Unpack the language of music in this series of courses. This course provides students with the skills and knowledge required to understand and apply the basics of the language of music notation and begin the process of sight reading. Classes will be led in a tutorial context with practical and theoretical components. Level 1 will cover: The origins and history of music notation The principles of contemporary music notation Reading and writing of music notation Key signatures,... [More]
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For adults (minimum age 16) Complete beginners welcome!

A workbook covering Music Fundamentals 1-4 will be available for purchase from the tutor at the first class for $50.

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Impro Basics Level 1

This course is designed for instrumentalists with no background in improvisation. It provides students with an opportunity to play in a small group and to learn elementary theoretical concepts, historical knowledge and basic skills in the art of jazz improvisation. Students will learn to: Put into practice theoretical knowledge of harmony and scales Train their ear and recognise chords and scales Perform technical exercises for improving improvisation skills Develop time and... [More]
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For adults (minimum age 16)
Entry Level: Ability to read simple melody line and chord symbol charts.

PLACES ARE LIMITED TO:
2 pianos * (NO SPOTS LEFT)*
2 guitars * (NO SPOTS LEFT)*
1 bass *
1 drum kit *
and any number of horns or other instruments.

Please let us know your instrument by filling in the Additional Enrolment Information page when you are completing your enrolment.

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Jazz Piano Basics Level 1

Jazz Piano Basics Level 1 is a course which introduces piano players to the elements of jazz piano style. Playing through simplified arrangements of jazz standards such as: ‘In a mellow tone’, ‘Fly me to the moon’, ‘The preacher’ and the blues classic ‘Blues Almighty’ you will explore different ways to approach: Chords and bass melody and chords improvised melody and chords You will work steadily with the materials throughout the term to adopt a familiarity with the make-up and... [More]

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Composing for Film

Held over eight sessions, the course will explore different aspects of Film music, as well as provide opportunities for practical composition in different film contexts. Andrew will share his extensive scoring experience covering an eclectic range of film and music knowledge The course includes in-depth analysis of the film scoring process and techniques, and will span various film music genres and their idiosyncrasies and traditions. These sessions will also give insights into the... [More]
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Ear Training and Sight Reading Level 3

For instrumentalists and singers, this course provides a structured approach to the understanding and recognition of intervals and chords; scales, modes and melodic lines; developing practical skills in dictation and transcription; leading to a confident basis for sight-reading, improvisation and the development of melodic and harmonic line. Classes will be held in a shared group context, using sol-fa as a tool. This method helps students to develop relative pitch, so that they are... [More]
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For adults (minimum age 16)

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Music Fundamentals Level 2

Unpack the language of music in this series of courses. This course extends the practical and theoretical skills achieved in Level 1 and also begins an extensive study of harmony, with an historic look at this development, analysing triads and their inversions, and culminating in a thorough study of all 7th type chords. Cadences and minor scales are also covered. Level 2 will cover: The effects of harmony and analysis of harmonic concepts Triads and 7th chords Cadences The theory... [More]
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For adults (minimum age 16)
Entry level : Prior completion of Music Fundamentals Level 1 or students who have recently studied music theory to at least Grade 2 AMEB or equivalent.

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Vocal Horizons 3 Ensemble

In this course, students will focus on close harmony work in a small vocal ensemble, providing skills including: Pitch accuracy Clear diction Rhythmic co-ordination Following visual cues Improved dynamic range Blending voices Sharpening memory skills Aims include: To learn about vocal agility and flexibility and applying it as an ensemble Learn to integrate more in-depth theory with repertoire learning To learn ways to develop confidence in performance To develop the voice in... [More]
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Suitable for ages 16+
Entry Level: Prior enrolment in Vocal Horizons Level 2 OR suitable for students who have completed other vocal training and/or with choral experience. Music reading skills essential. Suitable for advanced choral singers.

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Music Theatre Studio

This course provides students with the chance to explore a vocal approach to singing a Musical Theatre song. No matter your vocal training background, singing for Musical Theatre challenges the ability of the performer to ‘tell the story’ without compromising tone. Students will explore technical tools that enable singing for Musical Theatre and utilise these tools in a Musical Theatre song. All under the watchful eye of Musical Theatre veteran Margi de Ferranti. Margi encourages a... [More]
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For adults (minimum age 16)

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CONstant Voices Choir

The Sydney Conservatorium 's Open Academy has started a daytime course in accappella ensemble singing. If you’ve never sung in a choir before, or would like to feel you have the skills to sing with a smaller group of people rather than just be swept along as one of 20 sopranos in a section, then come and enjoy the joy of singing with other voices, and all in different parts. The Course cover: how to hold your part in the ensemble, what to look for on the score to get your note how... [More]
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Piano for Beginners Level 1

Never played piano before? Keen to learn? Taught in the keyboard lab on weighted digital keyboards, Piano for Beginners Level 1 is a group class designed for the absolute beginner. By the end of the course you will be able to find your way around the keyboard, play simple tunes and accompaniments and understand the basics of good piano technique. Over 8 weeks, students will be taken through an intensive course of note reading, finger training and exploration of basic piano... [More]

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