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Jul academy Online Diploma Level 6 in Music Teaching and Performance
Jul academy

Online Diploma Level 6 in Music Teaching and Performance

Rende, Italy

1 Years

Italian, English

Part time

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EUR 1,440 / per semester

Distance Learning

Introduction

CHOOSE YOUR PATH: MUSIC TEACHING OR MUSIC PERFORMANCE

Students have the option to choose between a performance path or a music teaching path. The performance path is designed for students who wish to pursue a career as a professional musician, performing in orchestras, bands, and other ensembles. This path includes rigorous training in technique, theory, and performance, as well as opportunities to perform in front of live audiences.

The music teaching path, on the other hand, is geared towards students who wish to become music educators, teaching in schools or private lessons. This path includes training in pedagogy, curriculum development, and classroom management, as well as opportunities to observe and student teach in actual classrooms. Regardless of the path chosen, all students will receive a well-rounded music education and graduate with the skills and knowledge necessary for success in the music industry.

MUSIC PERFORMANCE DIPLOMA

This course is designed for those musicians who wish to further develop their skills beyond Grade 8 in Music Performance. As a student on this course you will be required to show technical mastery within a professional performance.

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The aims of Diploma qualifications at levels 4, 5 and 6 are:

  • To provide progression from the graded examinations progressive mastery framework.
  • To provide opportunities for learners to develop skills, knowledge and understanding of specialist areas such as teaching or working in the creative industries.
  • To provide progression within the Diploma pathways for management and/or higher level technical and professional skills, knowledge and understanding.

Diploma qualifications in Performance are suitable for candidates in the pre-16, 16–18, 19+ age groups.

LESSON MATERIAL AND SCHEDULE

The lesson will take place once a week for two hours, online with live teachers. The course lasts 3 years, 10 months from each level with two months of break in between. All the materials of study will be provided and will be included in the monthly quota.

The course is One-To-One with live teachers. We accept applications all year round. Your starting date will be communicated as soon as your place is reserved.

At the end of the 10 months of lessons, the student will take the exam Online with the London College of Music external examiner and obtain the following certifications:

YEAR ONE: DIPLOMA OF THE LONDON COLLEGE OF MUSIC (DIPLCM) YEAR TWO: ASSOCIATE OF THE LONDON COLLEGE OF MUSIC (ALCM) YEAR THREE: LICENTIATE OF THE LONDON COLLEGE OF MUSIC (ALCM)

SUBJECTS

  • ADVANCED TECHNIQUE
  • SIGHT-READING/SIGHT-SINGING
  • IMPROVISATION
  • ELEMENTS OF MUSIC THEORY
  • ELEMENTS OF MUSIC HISTORY

LEARNING OUTCOMES

DIPLCM IN PERFORMANCE (YEAR ONE)

Candidates who enter for this examination will be expected to demonstrate a standard of performance beyond that of Grade 8, consistent with a Level 1 (frst-year) undergraduate recital. Security of technique, and the ability to communicate an emerging and mature sense of musical personality, will be expected.

ALCM IN PERFORMANCE (YEAR TWO)

This diploma demands a higher standard of performance and musicianship, consistent with a Level 2 (second-year) undergraduate recital. Security of technique, and the ability to communicate a degree of fair and imagination in performance, will be expected.

LLCM IN PERFORMANCE (YEAR THREE)

This diploma demands a fully professional standard of performance and musicianship, consistent with a Level 3 (final-year) undergraduate recital. An extremely secure and versatile technique, together with the ability to communicate a tangible sense of interpretative awareness and convincing musicianship, will be expected.

MUSIC TEACHING DIPLOMA

Our music teaching diploma program is designed for individuals who wish to become music educators and teach in schools or private lessons.

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LESSON MATERIAL AND SCHEDULE

The lesson will take place once a week for two hours, online with live teachers. The course lasts 3 years, 10 months from each level with two months of break in between. All the materials of study will be provided and will be included in the monthly quota.

The course is One-To-One with live teachers. We accept applications all year round. Your starting date will be communicated as soon as your place is reserved.

At the end of the 10 months of lessons, the student will take the exam Online with the London College of Music external examiner and obtain the following certifications:

  • Year one: Diploma of The London College of Music (DPLCM) in Teaching
  • Year two: Associate of The London College of Music (ALCM) in Teaching
  • Year three: Licentiate of The London College of Music (ALCM) in Teaching

Subjects:

  • Psychology of Music and Communication
  • Instrument Technique Advanced
  • Didactic of Musical Theory and Ear Training
  • Instrument Didactic
  • Music Pedagogy
  • Thesis Development

LEARNING OUTCOMES

DipLCM in Teaching: Year One

This diploma requires the candidate to demonstrate the fundamental skills and understanding required by a competent instrumental music teacher, consistent with a Level 1 (first-year) undergraduate module. Examiners will expect to encounter evidence of solid basic teaching skills, a performance technique which equips the candidate to demonstrate pieces with clarity and confidence, and the ability to communicate appropriate knowledge and understanding with verbal articulacy.

ALCM in Teaching: Year Two

This diploma requires the candidate to demonstrate the skills and understanding required by a competent and proficient instrumental music teacher, consistent with a Level 2 (second-year) undergraduate module. Examiners will expect to encounter evidence of accomplished and confdent teaching skills, a performance technique which equips the candidate to demonstrate pieces with clarity and authority, and the ability to communicate appropriate knowledge and understanding with clear verbal articulacy.

LLCM in Teaching: Year Three

This diploma demands a fully professional standard of teaching, musicianship and educational skills, consistent with a Level 3 (final-year) undergraduate module. Evidence of experience and expertise as a teacher, a secure and versatile performance technique, and the ability to communicate a tangible sense of understanding and insight into the teaching process will be expected.

Entry requirements for the Diploma in Music Performance and Teaching

Candidates must have already passed one of the following:

  • Grade 5 Theory (LCM Theory of Music or Popular Music Theory, ABRSM or TCL)
  • GCSE or O level music (Grade C or above)
  • CSE music (Grade 1)
  • AS, A2 or A level music (Grade D or above)
  • Scottish Certificate of Education (Standard or Higher)
  • Junior or Leaving Certificate (Republic of Ireland)

We can allow candidates without previous certifications to apply only if they show a sufficient level of playing and if they add the Grade 5 Theory Course to their program of study.

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