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Summer Music Theory Short Course

Event - 5 SESSIONS: JAN 24, 28 & 31, FEB 4 & 7

Brush up on your skills ready for 2019!

A crash course of music theory from the beginner level to advanced

Certificate provided

Booklet of notes and resources provided

Ideal for:

  • Those entering university for music
  • Preparation for tertiary music theory assessments and AMEB theory/musicianship exams
  • Year 11/12s music students in preparation for the year
  • Musicians who want to further their practical experience with theoretical knowledge
  • Those who are passionate about music and want to learn more.
  • Those considering entering Tabor’s music program and require a pass in the theory assessment

Topics:

  • Note reading in bass, treble, tenor and alto clef
  • Key signatures, scales and circle of fifths
  • Triads and chords
  • Basic harmony
  • Aural
  • Musical Analysis
  • Using Sibelius notation software
  • Harmony style: Jazz (contemporary) and Classical (traditional) styles will be simultaneous taught

Style of teaching:

  • Lecture style supported with practical examples and activities
  • Supportive environment
  • Resources provided
  • Computers and Sibelius notation software provided
  • Study space, music resources and wifi provided

Course Details:

  • 5 sessions at 2 hours each
  • Total of 10 hours
  • 24th, 28th and 31st January, and, February 4th and 7th

Cost:

$110 per person for all sessions and resources. (This course has been subsidised for 2019)

*Note : There is a minimum number of participants required, and there is a maximum number capped.

Event details

  • Location

    Tabor Music Department, 68 Greenhill Road, Wayville SA
  • Date

    5 SESSIONS: JAN 24, 28 & 31, FEB 4 & 7