27152 - Music Laboratory (1)

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Academic Year 2018/2019

Learning outcomes

By the end of this course students will:

- acquire and develop the knowledge of performative, organizational, managerial and artistic-professional aspects related to musical disciplines, privileging the practical experience of choral singing;

- integrate the knowledge of voice performance with the historical, theoretical and critical knowledge.

Course contents

This seminar, in collaboration with also a Master in Choral Didactics, aims to guide students to the understanding of the execution of choral music through different ways of collective exercitation.

Required skills: no specific music knowledge is required for choral practice.

Registration methods: students may register during the first lecture; two-thirds of the scheduled lectures shall be attended.

The first lecture will be held on 14 november (from 3pm to 5pm) in Salone Marescotti of Dipartimento delle Arti.

The lessons will be held in the following days:

Wednesday 21 November, 3-5 pm, Aula Camino

Thursday 22 November, 5-7 pm, Aula Camino

Wednesday 5 December, 3-5 pm, Aula Colonne

Thursday 6 December, 5-7 pm, Aula Camino

2019

Wednesday 16 January, 3-5 pm, Aula Dioniso

Thursday 17 January, 5-7 pm, Aula Camino

Wednesday 30 January, 3-5 pm, Aula Ferrero

Thursday 31 January, 5-7 pm, Aula Camino

Thursday 14 February, 5-7 pm, Aula Colonne

Wednesday 27 February, 3-5 pm, Aula Camino

Thursday 14 March, 5-7 pm, Aula Dioniso

Wednesday 27 March, 3-5 pm, Aula Camino

Wednesday 10 April, 3-5 pm, Aula Camino

Thursday 11 April, 5-7 pm, Aula Camino

Thursday 2 May, 5-7 pm, Aula Camino

 

Readings/Bibliography

C. Balestra, A. Malaguti (ed. by), Organizzare musica. Legislazione, produzione, distribuzione, gestione nel sistema italiano, Milano, Franco Angeli, 2011 (3a ed. riv.).

I.M. Tosto, La voce musicale: orientamenti per l’educazione vocale, Torino, EDT, 2009.

Teaching methods

Lectures; teamwork; choral exercises.

Assessment methods

Seminar activity does not give a grade but merely a “Idoneo”/“Pass”, expressed on the basis of participation in the activities envisaged.

Teaching tools

Photocopies of material prepared by the teacher; audio-visual material.

Office hours

See the website of Anna Scalfaro