Music Mentorship Program
Training Provider: Faith Music Centre
Area of Training: Arts and Entertainment
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Ensemble playing techniques in percussion, key, and string instrument
Trainees will be equipped with knowledge and skills of ensemble playing for percussion group, key group, and strings group of instruments. Trainees will be geared towards teaching roles in music classes for senior citizen learners. Trainees may be given the opportunity for onsite training at elderly day-care and nursing homes where actual ensemble music programs for senior citizens are conducted.
Conduct Live Physical Performance on Corporate, Social and Public Platforms
After the hiatus of live events due to the Covid-19 pandemic and heightened safe management measures, trainees will be updated on their music performance skills and showmanship. Trainees will also be trained to do performance site recces for accessibility. Trainees may be given the opportunity to experience actual live physical music performances at corporate, social public events.
Learning Objectives & Outcomes
(a) Demonstrate playing techniques in ensembles, for percussion instruments, keys instruments and string instruments. Interpret rhythm patterns in music ensemble setting to take on teaching roles;
(b) Enhance skills on live physical music band performances with the ability to take on corporate, social, and public performances. These employability skills will enable musicians with disabilities towards taking on teaching and performing roles.
Classes may be conducted once to thrice weekly for the duration of 2 hours per session.
Mode of Delivery
Trainings are conducted in-person at Faith Music Centre @ Paya Lebar Kovan Community Club.
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This course is eligible for funding of up to $1,000 under the Temasek-Trust CDC Lifelong Learning Enabling Fund. Click here for more information.