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Number  Name Description (tasks and duties) Unit Groups 


Composers and Performing Artists, Specialisation UnknownWorkers in this unit group may perform any (but not all) of the occupational activities described in unit groups 1-71 to 1-79.


Composers, Musicians and SingersWorkers in this unit group compose and adapt musical works and conduct and participate in performances of them. Their functions include: conceiving and writing musical compositions; adapting or arranging music for particular instrumental groups, instruments or occasions; conducting instrumental or vocal groups; playing one or more musical instruments; singing as soloists or member of vocal groups; performing related functions.


Choreographers and DancersWorkers in this unit group compose and perform dances. Their functions include: creating dances for ballet, musical shows, revues and other purposes and instructing dancers in their performance; performing dances as a soloist, with a partner or as a member of a dancing group.


Actors and Stage DirectorsWorkers in this unit group direct and act in theatrical and film productions and tell stories. Their functions include: playing parts in dramatic productions; interpreting dramatic presentations and directing rehearsals of plays or other productions for the stage, radio, television or cinema; telling stories and reading literary works aloud to educate and entertain listeners; performing related functions.


Producers, Performing ArtsWorkers in this unit group plan, organise and co-ordinate the production of plays and other theatrical presentations, motion pictures and radio and television programmes.


Circus PerformersWorkers in this unit group perform a variety of acts for the entertainment of circus and other audiences. Their functions include: performing amusing antics and telling funny stories; performing tricks of illusion and sleight of hand; performing difficult and spectacular acrobatics; performing spectacular gymnastic feats on the high trapeze; training and performing with animals; performing feats on the high wire; performing juggling feats; performing other circus acts.


Performing Artists Not Elsewhere ClassifiedWorkers in this unit group perform entertainment functions not performed by those classified elsewhere. Their functions include: reading news bulletins and making other announcements for broadcasting over radio and television; introducing performing artists to music-hall, night-club, television and other audiences; entertaining audiences by imitating bird or animal noises, performing feats of hypnotism or ventriloquism, or operating puppet shows.
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