- Course Code - GEMUS
- General Pathway
Estimated Cost: $150.00
Based on previous years pricing and subject to change. See Additional Cost Item Information Sheet for additional costs.
The Music course syllabus is designed around four key outcomes.
- Students apply musicianship skills, techniques and conventions when performing. This can involve playing from notation, from memory, improvising, playing by ear and the application of sound/production and technology.
- Students engage in the creative process of composing, arranging and transcribing music via notation, technology and/or improvisation.
- Students respond to, reflect on, and evaluate music. Students engage with the literature, music scores and recorded legacy of music through activities including aural and score analysis.
- Students understand how social, cultural and historical factors shape music in society.
- Aural and theory
- Composition and arrangement
- Cultural and historical perspectives
- Students receive professional tuition once a week during college time on their primary instrument
Minimum Entrance Requirements
The following instruments are taught at the College: Voice, Guitar, Bass and Drums. Three years’ experience on one of these instruments is desirable. Other instruments may be considered if negotiated with the teacher. Keyboard lessons are not provided.
Certificate II in Music Industry
Course Code CUA20615