2020 VCE Music Performance Workshop 1 – Outcome 3 – Music Language: Theory, Aural and Analysis

What you need to know & everything you need to succeed!

Deborah Smith, educator, musician and author of the highly successful Musicianship & Aural Training for the Secondary School text book series and online resources, presents an interactive workshop for students studying VCE Music Performance (Units 1-4) and their teachers.

Sunday 22 March 2020, 9.30am until 1.30pm (registration from 9.00am)

Click here to watch a video about the 2020 DSMusic Workshops and click here for more information about the workshop.

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Instructions for teachers booking for a class:

  1. Select ‘Student Ticket’ in the ‘Ticket Type’ box below.
  2. Use the arrows to select the number of tickets you require then click ‘Add to Cart’.
  3. Add a ticket for yourself by choosing the ‘Teacher – Preservice Teacher’ Ticket Type, changing the number required back to 1 and then clicking Add to Cart.
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Venue: Arnold Hall, Trinity Grammar School, Wellington Street, Kew, Vic, 3101

Cost: Early Bird Special $70 per student. Payment must be made by 6 March 2020. After this date the price is $90 per student. Teachers and pre-service teachers attend for free, however bookings are essential for catering and printing purposes.
No refunds apply after 6 March 2020.
Complimentary morning tea and a comprehensive handbook are included in the ticket price.

Bookings close at midnight on Thursday 19 March 2020.
After this date please contact

Using a range of tools such as solfa, rhythm names and singing, Deborah will provide an overview of the theory and aural comprehension components of VCE Music Performance (Outcome 3 – Music Language), including advice on how to learn and improve in the following areas:
• Scales & Modes
• Intervals
• Melody & Melodic Dictation
• Rhythm & Rhythmic Dictation
• Chords & Chord Progressions
• General Theory & Aural Concepts
• Interpretation and its effect on the expressive outcome
• Comparison of interpretation questions and techniques
• Listening strategies

SPECIAL OFFER! 25% off ALL DSMusic VCE products and resources for workshop attendees

Additional information

Ticket Type

Student, Teacher – Preservice Teacher

Event Details

Date: March 22, 2020

Start time: 09:30 a.m.

End time: 13:30 p.m.

Venue: Trinity Grammar School, Kew

Directions: Enter Trinity Grammar School from Charles Street through the gates to the right of the main reception building (google maps shows this as approximately 30 Charles St Kew) and follow the signs to Arnold Hall.

Phone: 0422 928 459