Develop repertoire as part of a backup group

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Assessment Template
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Evidence Guide
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Competency Mapping Template
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Self Assessment Survey
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Moodle Outcomes
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Elements and Performance Criteria



Elements describe the essential outcomes.

Performance criteria describe the performance needed to demonstrate achievement of the element.

1. Clarify backup requirements

1.1 Confirm overall performance requirements in consultation with appropriate personnel

1.2 Develop familiarity with work of solo artist for whom backup is being provided

1.3 Discuss and clarify number and type of performers required in the backup group with the solo artist

1.4 Confirm nature and extent of own contribution to the backup group

1.5 Confirm timetable leading up to performance, and allocate private practice and rehearsal times

2. Select repertoire

2.1 Collaborate with appropriate people to select a range of items suited to the purpose of the performance and solo artist’s style

2.2 Discuss pros and cons of items, and agree on a program that provides balance and variety in line with performance requirements

2.3 Obtain final sign off on program as required

3. Rehearse repertoire

3.1 Use personal practice time to develop own accompaniment performance skills to achieve the required performance standard of the repertoire

3.2 Attend rehearsals punctually, and bring required materials.

3.3 Setup and warmup in group rehearsal, paying attention to work health and safety (WHS) principles to avoid injury

3.4 Rehearse repertoire pieces together as a group, with solo artist as required, listening critically and adjusting playing and volume to achieve the required sound and balance between lead and backing players

3.5 Discuss stylistic and interpretive issues appropriately so as to maintain the flow of rehearsals and quality of performance

3.6 Identify and resolve technical or stagecraft issues in collaboration with other members of the group

3.7 Incorporate relevant feedback to advance quality of own performance