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Priorities of professional training of academic vocalists

S.I. Balashova, A.Sh. Rudi
80,00 Р

 

https://doi.org/10.20339/AM.08-17.097

 

S.I. Balashova is head of vocal division at Novosibirsk Music College n.a. A.F. Murov e-mail: usb2000@yandex.ru; and A.Sh. Rudi is Dr.Sci. (Philosophy), doc. at Omsk State University of Railways Communication e-mail: amina_rudi@mail.ru

 

Analyzed are priority directions of professional training of academic vocalists. Proposed are three key areas of such training. As particularly important aim of pedagogical work considered are identification of individual nature of voice, it’s unique properties and characteristics of nervous system of forming artist. It is emphasized, that at the end academic training of vocalist in entire volume of it’s forms, methods and directions is oriented on development in young musician of professional identity. Noted is, that educational task of teachers of musical educational institutions is in shaping conditions, which allow the student to become aware of themself as part of the profession, member of professional community.

Key words: professional training, academic vocal, professional identity.

 

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