Music Performance: Solo
A solid set of skills in playing an Instrument (Voice included).
Students must have completed year 11 Music (whole year preferred) and passed Solo Performance with at least a C+. Students must have an Instrumental Music Teacher and must be undertaking regular lessons.
Literacy, Numeracy, ICT, Creative & Critical Thinking, Personal & Social, Ethical Understanding & Intercultural Understanding.
Solo Performance is a 10 Credit subject where students develop their skills in both Performing on their chosen Instrument in front of an audience as well as developing their Responding skills.
Students develop their Instrumental playing (or singing) skills through regular lessons with an Instrumental teacher where performance skills are developed to a High level, necessary for performing in a Public situation. Several public performances are expected throughout the year, including a performance at Senior Campus Music Night.
There may be a cost for the students to attend a required Music Camp (that is a summative assessment). The cost should not exceed $175.
Assessment Type 1:
Assessment Type 1: 6-8 minute performance plus 2 minute part testing.
Assessment Type 2:
Assessment Type 2: A 6-8 minute performance, 2 minute part testing plus a discussion.
Assessment Type 3:
Assessment Type 3: A 6-8 minute Performance Portfolio, 2 minute part testing plus an Evaluation.
Assessment Type 4: