Upon successful completion of the program, a graduate will:
Recognize & identify common styles of music.
Describe the commercial/jazz field in terms of tradition, artists, & styles.
Explain the contribution of various artists to the development of particular styles & idioms.
Analyze the components & performance differences of recorded selections.
Play a repertoire of memorized materials that are considered standards in the commercial/jazz field & reflect the various styles inherent in this music.
Write diatonic melodies in various styles demonstrating knowledge of relevant harmonic & melodic concepts & structures of form.
Perform in an ensemble demonstrating basic ensemble skills such as intonation, tuning, time, feel, balance & dynamics.
Identify their own musical strengths & weaknesses in terms of a performance career in the commercial/jazz field.
Implement strategies & plans for on-going personal & professional growth & development.
Establish a practice of critical self-assessment & professional goal setting.
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For the dates and registration details of the next workshop, please check back in Winter 2021.
Faculty are professional musicians and educators specializing in the area of jazz performance and theory.
As a student in our program, you will study with many of Canada’s finest jazz musicians, thereby learning the craft directly from the pros. The program will help you develop the ability to accurately and confidently assess your skills in relation to existing vocational opportunities and future career directions.
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Emmy Award-winning grad shares secret to her success
Tue, October 06, 2020
She spoke to Humber Today about her work, what it's like to collaborate with the Duffer Brothers, and how she went from Humber Film to Hollywood sound editor. Read her full interview.
Humber to light up the night during virtual Nuit Blanche Toronto
Fri, October 02, 2020
Humber College and Humber Galleries are hosting five projects for Nuit Blanche Toronto Online on Saturday, October 3.
Humber is the only participating postsecondary institution and the five projects--available for online viewing for 12 hours starting at 7 pm--are the most by any participating institution.
Learn more about Nuit Blanche Toronto 2020, or find out more about the Humber-sponsored projects, including a short film by students in the College's Indigenous Transmedia Fellowship and a composition by a Bachelor of Music graduate.
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Faculty of Media & Creative Arts News
Media & Creative Arts Anti-Racism Action Plan
Thu, June 25, 2020
In being accountable to our communities and to ourselves, our Action Plan will ensure transparency and collaboration around the work we need to do.
It’s hard, I know. But, you’ll get there.
Mon, May 11, 2020
To those students who are worried, stressed, confused, and lost, I understand.
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