Music Practitioners (jazz) Level 3 Award at Chichester College
A one-year course, running for three terms. Three and a half hours tuition per week, currently scheduled between 13.45 - 17.15 on Wednesdays. A mix of theoretical study and practical performance, with the emphasis on the latter. This course will typically appeal to applicants who already have a degree of ability on their instrument or voice, and wish to gain experience,technique and language in the jazz idiom.
The core units are General Musicianship and Practical Performance. There are also seperate workshops for horns, guitar and rhythm section. There is also a choice of one of the following classes: Keyboard skills/Theory (basic to advanced)/Aural Individual lessons are available at extra cost.
By our team of expert tutors. Typically the core units will be in a class of 10 - 15 students, although if the cohort is larger, the practical Performance unit will be divided into two groups. The elective classes tend to have smaller student numbers.
None. Entry to this course is dependant upon successful audition and interview.You will be provided with the criteria for audition upon application.
Continuous informal assessment of practical and written work. Video/audio recording at least one live performance per term. Aural and written feedback helps to identify strategies for continuing development on an individual basis.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Chichester College directly.