This subject will follow a trajectory based on advanced rhythmic organisation methods, application of rhythmic forms within an ensemble context, alternative improvisational contexts, as well as a variety of stylistic areas. The subject will also include the creation of new works by the ensemble cohort, with a primary focus on collaboration, communication, problem solving, and process development.
At the completion of this unit, you should be able to:
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