Learning to become a professional orchestral musician: going beyond skill and technique

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Journal Article
Journal of Vocational education and Training, 2009, 61 (2), pp. 103 - 118
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Describes a qualitative case study of orchestral musicians who experience study and work simultaneously. Compares and contrast their learning experiences in workplace and educational contexts. The article draws some implications for theories of workplace learning and the Australian performing arts vocational education and training context in general.
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