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PREMASTER VOCALIST – A Premaster vocalist is enrolled in, assessed, and has taken courses at Level 4 at Encore for a mini-mum of 1 year. A Premaster would be the equivalent of a level 5 vocalist and must be at least grade 10. As a Premaster vocalist, students are required to TA in a Level 2 or lower class in vocal music and will be given a semester project to complete involving music theory and arrangements. Usually a Pre-master will be responsible for creating a class piece for the vocal class they TA in.

MASTER VOCALIST – A Master vocalist is enrolled in, assessed, has taken courses at Level 4 at Encore for a minimum of 2 years, and has completed the Premaster vocalist program from Encore. A Master would be the equiv-alent of a level 6 vocalist and must be at least grade 10. As a Master vocalist, students are required to TA in a Level 3 or lower class in vocal music and will have juried assessments and a semester project involving music theory, production, and direction. Master vocalists are responsible for creating a pro-fessional portfolio and web site for the promotion of their personal vocal career.

VOCAL MUSIC CONSERVATORY REQUIREMENTS

  • All vocalists must learn how to sight read music.
  • All vocalists should take either a music theory or a instrumental music class every year.
  • All vocal music conservatory students will purchase concert uniform consisting of a tuxedo or black dress.

 

SHOW CHOIR & DANCE TECHNIQUE CONSERVATORY CLASSES COUNT FOR PE CREDIT. *MUST ASSESS INTO THE CLASS.

Level I Level II Level III Level IV
Junior High Choir Junior High Choir II* Women’s Choir* Madrigals*
High School Choir Concert Choir* Men’s Choir* Professional Vocalist
Music Theory Music Theory 2* Music Theory AP*
Dance Technique Voice Tech II Voice Tech III*
Show Choir*
Musical Theatre I  Musical Theatre II  Musical Theatre III

The Audition/Assessment form for each conservatory is the map of the curriculum for the different levels of class offered at Encore. There are two columns in each level marked (M) Mastery and (NM) Not-Mastery. The student must achieve a mastery in every single technical skill in that column. Any skill not at the Mastery level will keep the student from moving to the next level.