Did you audition for SYO? If how did it go?Bunny04 said:Tom as in Tom Woods? dude thats weird.
Yeah, i know SYO has always been kinda good- i was in it two years ago, but quit for SBS and then back to SYO in 06 (i think)
Yay that's a nice bit of automatic prestige for us serfs at the Seymour Centre .Originally Posted by Phanatical in this thread
As of 2005, the Conservatorium now includes what was the Department of Music in the Faculty of Arts - the Seymour Centre is now part of the Conservatorium, and therefore there is a much larger number of students who are now technically Conservatorium students.
Ah thanks! That makes me feel a bit better. Yeah I'd found the Semester One timetable thing and it's like this huge flow chart with every single unit on it... :SBunny04 said:for MCGY music Historys they are quite easy.. Just require a fair bit of memory work and study. Just wrote learning i guess. You have to do a tutorial presentation, plus a 3 hour exam.
Con timetables. Officially we don't get one.
We kinda have to work it out ourselves from a large *all years* timetable.. its a genral one, and you work your tutes and things around the set timetable for everyone. -nodnod- which are usually posted on the con website by first week of semester.
The con choirs - to contact, i'd suggest just asking the Administration people about that all- in the greenway building of the Con- Level 4
and I do know of one person from main campus doing major level Con stuff, so yes.. I suppose you'd be allowed, although she had to audition.
!!! Rohan? It has to be cos in your profile it says you work at Gelatissimo. Yes 1501 Concepts . Yeah I went to pre-enrol in the Arts Music Ensemble unit cos I needed dept permission and Adrienne in the music office goes "You might as well research doing some units at the Con" and there's this blue sheet with quite a few ones on it.bahodl said:hey chepas - winsome evans' concepts of music class this semester? It's good to know I'm technically a Con student as well now , and yeah some Con units would be fantastic if it was feasible...