The program of study will provide students with acquired cognitive, technical, and communication attributes with knowledge and skills required for their effective performance as Teachers of music in Private Practice and Schools, Public Performance, Sound Engineering and Composers.
The course will develop professional skills at both performance and teaching levels. Candidates will acquire skills that will allow them to participate in Performance and will allow them to participate in Concerts, Recitals and Group Work, which will assist them to develop all the skills required for them to attain their full potential.
The following outcomes could result:
In addition to specific music-related skills, graduates will also have secured an excellent grounding in historical analysis, philosophical reflection and research skills.
In summary the overall outcome is that a student graduates as a professional musician having attained the professional standard and ability to perform at an adequate level for admittance to professional organisations such as Musicians Union etc.
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