In these units of study, through a wide range of repertoire, students will develop the necessary skills for orchestral and ensemble performance, including refining intonation, tone control, working with a conductor, ethics and professional conduct of an orchestral musician.
6 hours/ week ensemble rehearsal and performance, audition and developmental classes as scheduled by the unit.
Tutor/conductor assessment based on attendance participation, performance and preparation, (100%). Further details in the Orchestral Studies Handbook.
Concurrent enrolment in Principal Study 4 in an appropriate orchestral instrument.
One of the following (BRSS2604, BRSS2614, BRSS2624, BRSS2634, BRSS2704, BRSS2714, BRSS2724, BRSS2734, PRCN2604, PRCN2704, STRG2604, STRG2624, STRG2644, STRG2664, STRG2674, STRG2704, STRG2724, STRG2744, STRG2764, STRG2774, WIND2614, WIND2624, WIND2634, WIND2644, WIND2714, WIND2724, WIND2734, WIND2744)