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Master's Exam Creative Project (Vocal studies)26752/2173/2122/1/92
Study guide

Master's Exam Creative Project (Vocal studies)

26752/2173/2122/1/92
Academic year 2021-22
Is found in:
  • Master of Arts in Music, programme stage 5
    Choice option within specialisation:
    • Voice (focus Podium) (Master's Exam Creative Project Voice) within Instrumental / Vocal studies
  • Master of Arts in Music
    Choice option within specialisation:
    • Voice (focus Podium) (Master's Exam Creative Project Voice) within Instrumental/Vocal Studies
This is a single course unit.
Study load: 18 credits
Co-ordinator: Malaise Jeroen
Other teaching staff: Anthonis Luc, Cambier Anne, Cilliers Jeanne Minette, Duerinck Isaak, Jankowski Gary, Kessels Koen, Richards Andrew
Languages: Dutch
Scheduled for: Academic year
This course unit is marked out of 20 (rounded to an integer).
Possible deadlines for learning account: 31.10.2021 ()
Re-sit exam: is possible.
Compensated fail: You have to pass this course unit (will never be compensated).
Total study time: 540,00 hours

Caution

This information is subject to possible future changes in the Corona-measures.

Prerequisites

having passed Vocal studies 4.

Educational organisation (text)

- contact moments with the responsible teacher Creative Final Project
- contact moments with the main instrument teacher
- participation in discussions reflective part of the master thesis
- presentation moments
- participation in master classes, lectures and lecture recitals
- participation in projects organized by the institution
- concert visit

Prerequisite competencies (text)

Passing Voice 4 and Creative Project 1.
Approval of the proposed project.

Learning outcomes (list)

1.4 The student makes music in an artistic project in a creative manner.
The student can devise from a concept a concrete project that offers added artistic value to the performance of the chosen repertoire.
1.5 The student can move his or her public through the means of artistic dialogue.
The student demonstrates that he or she has the required skills to work with an external organisation which is actively performing and with professional programming.
3.1 The student can employ his or her social and communication skills in order to take on a leadership role.
The student puts together a portfolio which contains documentation relating to: The concept of the project and a clarification in relation to his or her own artistic profile and the intended target audience; The project plan: a plan of the preparatory an
The student fulfils a double role: he or she plays a principal artistic role: the integrated master’s dissertation is certainly an individual trajectory, linked with research; and he or she fulfils a managerial organisational, business and/or production
The student can position him- or herself in an intercultural and international context.
The student can devise a creative project taking into account his or her own artistic profile and the intended target audience and can use the correct artistic building blocks for this concept (such as repertoire choice, location, artists, presentation fo
The student demonstrates that he or she has the required skills to work with an external organisation which is actively performing and with professional programming.
4.1 The student has extensive knowledge of the broader cultural and (musical) historical context and can use this in his or her artistic practice.
The student clarifies his or her artistic profile and where appropriate, that of the group of performers.
4.3 The student can present orally and in writing the results of his or her critical (self-)reflection.
The student is able to draw conclusions as to the creative process, working in a team and the end result by the means of his or her own reflection, reflections of fellow students (be they co-collaborators or simply attending the performance) and those of

Course content

Read the Vademecum.
In order for a Creative Project to be elevated to a Master's exam, the project must add significant value to the music. The project must always be characterized by an original and unique creative interpretation.

The format for the creative project is free. Students are encouraged to think beyond the traditional format of the recital or lecture-performance. Ideally new forms of concert experience are explored resulting in a performance that can find its way into the cultural landscape:
- In relation to your own artistic profile and an intended target audience, you come up with a concept and work it out into a realizable project.
- You also fulfill a double role:
o You play the leading role artistically: the integrated master's exam is after all an individual trajectory, linked to the research.
o You fulfil a leading organisational, business and/or production role and possibly direct fellow students and external collaborators. You are also allowed to involve others in your project in the Master's Exam.

Study material (text): Mandatory

- Scores and textbooks cf. the statement of the main subject teacher and the teacher in charge of the Creative Final Project
- Scores from the Creative Final Project. The examination program is determined in consultation with the principal subject teacher and the creative final project teacher.

Educational organisation (list)

Learning Activities
Artistic praxis14,00 hours
Work time outside of contact hours526,00 hours

Evaluation (list)

Evaluation(s) for first exam chance
MomentForm%Remark
Academic yearGraduation assignment100,00
Evaluation(s) for re-sit exam
MomentForm%Remark
2nd examination periodGraduation assignment100,00