Perform music applying techniques and expression to interpret the composer’s use of the elements of music and compositional devices
setting up the performance space and using production elements to enhance a sense of style for an audience
performing music from scores made by themselves and others, exploiting musical features of works across a range of styles and contexts in performance, for example, how are these two performances different, which one was more successful with audiences and why?
recognising the influence of social, cultural and historical developments and incorporating these into their performance, using performance techniques and manipulating expressive elements to communicate the composers’ intentions
using aural skills and reading notation to develop interpretation as they perform known and unknown repertoire in a range of styles
using listening as a research tool to develop aims for a performance, for example, comparing performances and identifying features that audiences connect to
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