This online course will help you reflect on your own music-making activities and the way you interact with other musicians. Firstly, you’ll explore basic concepts in group music-making and the social contexts in which musicians participate.
You’ll learn about group music-making across a range of genres and the principles behind successful rehearsal preparation. You’ll develop practical and communication skills relevant to a range of collaborative music-making contexts. Finally, you’ll understand how to convey your own artistic identity through a range of music-making contexts.
- Social contexts of music-making
- Principles behind successful group music-making
- Effective rehearsal preparation
- Individual and collective identity in group music-making
- Communicative practices in group music-making
- Music consumption in society
This course is designed for musicians who want to develop their skills in group music-making.
By the end of the course you will receive an Ozone certification. This certification is evidence that you are able to…
- Reflect on your own music-making practice in relation to the cultural and social contexts in which other musicians participate
- Describe the principles behind successful rehearsal preparation
- Demonstrate awareness of communicative practices in group music making
- Explain how individual and collective artistic identities are conveyed in a range of music-making contexts