The iAM: Listening courses are designed to broaden the stylistic and repertoire knowledge of composers, arrangers and music appreciators through a varied range of practical listening tasks.
Courses will be available in both short and long formats covering different musical genres such as Western Classical Music, Musical Theatre and Film Music.
There will be several pathways within each course, including a range of possible training and creative tasks that will suit your background and specialism.
Several of these courses are currently in development and the first is due to be released in January 2018 of which you can find a course sample below. Courses scheduled to be released include: Rare Repertoire of the Twentieth Century, Listening for Musicians: Medieval and Renaissance and Cinematic Classics.
Details of these and future courses will be made available shortly on this page.
*** DUE OUT IN JANUARY 2018 ***
Listening to the 20th Century:
We’re excited to announce that our first iAM Listening course will be released soon in early 2018. This is a fascinating and substantial course journeying through the myriad of music produced in the 20th Century through directed listening and research, covering the links from the Romantic period onwards. The course is in seven parts and contains over 80 possible practical creative tasks grouped into pathways such as Composing, Arranging, Orchestration, Concert Programming, Musicology/Essay Writing and Journalism. The first part of the course is available as a sample via the links above and below, the course introduction and detailed course page will be available very soon. Please contact us with any questions, and you can also register an interest in course updates using the form below.
To receive email updates on our iAM: Listening courses, including contents and release dates please sign up below or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’re also interested to hear in the types of course you want – do get in touch and help develop the future of iAM.
THE ‘KEEP ME INFORMED’ FORM: