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Solo Singing
C00198

Your course is aimed at developing an understanding of the nature of solo singing including developing vocal and performing skills in beginners, intermediate and more experienced singers

Course Content

Your course will enable you to cover a wide range of repertoire in a supportive and friendly environment. Performance in the classroom will play a large part, with students performing to other members of the group. This is designed to build confidence in performance and to develop the art of critical assessment through listening.

This is a group class and for timing reasons there will be no individual vocal tuition or training. However, time will be given to discussion of the nature of performance, common vocal problems and how to overcome nervousness and build up confidence.

Your course will also support you in improving and developing your singing through wide range of topics including exercises to build up a basic vocal technique, basic sight reading, music theory and notation.

Entry Requirements

You will need to have a basic understanding of notation and theory and some appreciation of your pitch.

First Class Requirements

Notebook and pencil.

Attendance Requirements

Attendance throughout the course will help you gain maximum benefit from the course.

Assessment Methods

There is no formal assessment on this course although you will be able to identify individual goals and later reflect on your development. Your tutor will assess your learning and progress through the practical nature of the classes.

Further Study Options

You may wish to progress to further courses at RACC in singing or be inspired to explore more of our practical music courses.

Additional Information

The course will include some performance opportunities throughout the year at college concerts and events.

• If you require further course information or advice & guidance that is not answered in this outline please email art@racc.ac.uk.

This specialist course has been identified to run with fewer numbers due to either the student demand for the course and subject area or the need for increased one to one tuition. This course will be able to run with only 6 learners and will have a maximum of 10 in the class.