Drouin Secondary College - Course Selection

Music Performance 400 (AMP400)

Students say...

Year 10 music is a great experience to become more confident in your performance skills as well as learning more about the theory side of music, this class had a good balance of learning these new topics and prac time. During the prac we had a lot of freedom to choose any type of musical performance, which then made the subject a lot more fun.  - Zoe Wright

 

It was a very interesting subject learning about the notes and how they work when doing your own task on the music you like.  - Blake Ward

The Course:

Students who choose this subject will have the opportunity to develop their skills and abilities as a performing musician for solo and group performances. Students will be required to perform for their class but will also have the opportunity to perform at lunchtime concerts and other College Music Program concerts. Students will develop their aural and theory skills, music listening and analysis skills. Students will also complete songwriting and composition tasks.

 

The maturity level of topics studied will be appropriate for students aged 14 and above.

This unit will focus on...

Year 10 music focuses on students developing playing skills on their chosen instrument.

Students will also develop skills in aural and theory, and analysing a range of styles of music. 

Learning and Assessment Activities

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Special considerations

Students need to be willing to develop playing skills on their chosen instrument and participate in performance workshops.

Costs involved

Materials required

For further information see...

Ms Stewart or Mrs Gunning

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