FINAL SESSION FOR 2020
Take things to the next level and invest in a deeper knowledge of music composition with this intermediate to advance level short course. Composition 2 is designed for those who already have basic compositional skills who are keen to go further. Explore more advanced harmony, song structures and melodic techniques.
Recommended to those who have completed the Composition 1 short course, but not required.
Intermediate to Advanced - All ages from 16+
Wednesday 28 Oct - 25 Nov (5 WEEKS)
6-8 PM Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEDT) weekly, online via Zoom
All short courses are recorded and taught live and can be re-accessed for review at any time!
At the completion of Composition 2, students will have explored more advanced concepts around
- Harmony and Chord Progressions
- The use of compositional software
- Advanced Rhythmic concepts and options
- Texture and Structure
Daniel Wallace-Crabbe is a composer/arranger and performer, who works across many different styles of music: from Cuban jazz, Argentine tango, to contemporary classical. In addition, Daniel composes music for film and TV: credits include music composed for the HBO feature documentary, Ganja Queen. Daniel also performs Argentine tango on the bandoneón with the duo, Oblivion Tango Duo, featuring Daniel Rojas on piano. They have performed in numerous festivals across Australia, including the Newcastle Festival of Music and the Sydney International Tango Festival. Their 2019 CD release, ‘Nocturno’, was described as follows by the Sydney Morning Herald’s John Shand: “I don’t recall encountering tango of this quality made in Australia since Jose Luis Betancor’s bandoneon wizardry was heard here in the 1990s”. Daniel also performs as a pianist, having performed at numerous festivals in Australia and overseas.
Daniel Wallace-Crabbe has worked as a lecturer at AIM since 2008. He is also a casual lecturer/ tutor at Sydney University.
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT OUR SHORT COURSES, PLEASE GET IN TOUCH!
Phone: 02 9219 5444
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Please note, AIM Short Courses cannot be used as Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) towards Bachelor level units