Showing 14 results in the category Other specialist courses.
University of Huddersfield Singing is at the heart of everything we do, and mornings are taken up with Choir and Musicianship classes, delivered by our incredibly talented team of Hungarian and British tutors. The feedback we receive from these sessions is excellent, and people come back year after year to refresh and improve their skills. Musicianship leaves everyone buzzing, and every day someone describes a “life-changing” or “lightbulb” moment.
This popular and highly acclaimed course provides an excellent opportunity for experienced players of period instruments to work on early music in a chamber setting. Under the guidance of our team of expert tutors, highly regarded as performers and teachers, participants are able to develop their technical and musical skills in an informal, friendly and supportive environment. Please note that all participants need to be able to play recorder or viol. Many of our participants play and bring other early instruments, which are very welcome in the evening Tutti sessions and some ensembles.
Evolve Music is committed to making music accessible to all through creative composition workshops. We offer a 3 strand approach: - Early Years 'Explorers' Sessions - Schools - Community Groups Our workshops are open access, engaging, and unique to groups and individuals. All abilities, ages and backgrounds are celebrated within workshops and as a result, communities are brought together. To find out more please visit our website www.evolvemusic.co.uk
1 Colliers Rise, Radstock, Somerset, BA3 3AU, United Kingdom
Greenwich Music School runs high-quality creative music courses, tuition, projects, training and workforce development across Greenwich and Lewisham boroughs, including London Conducting Academy and Greenwich Early Years Music. We connect people teaching music in and out of the classroom through the free Greenwich Music School Teacher Network. Greenwich Music School is a centre of excellence in music education and a registered charity (no. 1176649).
Vanbrugh Studio, 137 Vanbrugh Hill, Greenwich, London, SE10 9HP, United Kingdom
2019 edition of the CIOR: July 14-21: a week of complete immersion in improvisation with Emmanuel Le Divellec (Hanover) and Tobias Willi (Zurich), open to all levels. July 21-28: interpretation course "Around Jehan Alain" with 3 interpretation courses on the Alain family organ, the organ of L.F. Tagliavini and the organ of Romainmôtier Abbey: July 22/23: Andrés Cea Galan (Spanish baroque music in its European context), July 24-26: Olivier Latry (Alain and French baroque music), July 26/27: Gerhard Gnann (Alain, Bach, Muffat). Team teaching sessions with 2 professors, excursions.
CIOR, c/o Office du Tourisme, Rue du Bourg 9, Case postale, CH-1323 Romainmôtier-Envy, Switzerland
Short courses for adults in wonderful locations across the UK and Europe. Music making, singing and music appreciation courses across the UK and Europe.
36, Avenue du Château, Quarante, Hérault, 34310, France
London Conducting Academy is the year-long part-time course providing comprehensive training in the art and technique of conducting, led by Denise Ham and run by Greenwich Music School, a centre of excellence in music education and a registered charity (no. 1176649).
MA Creative Entrepreneurship (Music) (1 f/t, 2 p/t). Course combines a broad understanding of the fast-changing creative economy with specialist music expertise. Staff are academics and practitioners in music/business and have active industry connections with record labels, music organisations and artists. The course equips students with the skills/knowledge to be successfully self-employed, to start their own business or to bring an entrepreneurial approach to established organisations. Students have access to industry events and a weekly series of performances, lectures and masterclasses.
Department of Performing Arts, Faculty of Arts and Creative Industries, Middlesex University, The Burroughs, London, NW4 4BT, United Kingdom
Drawing on the expertise and facilities of the RCM Centre for Performance Science – as well as the lively performance environment of the College and of London – the aim of this newly designed and innovative programme is to enable you to develop a robust understanding of the science of musical performance, while gaining the critical and analytical skills necessary to conduct high quality practical work and independent research in this field.
45 Washington St, Glasgow, G3 8AZ
21-28 July 2019 The inaugural Sherborne Choral Course is coming to the beautiful Abbey town of Sherborne. Aimed at 15-18 year olds aspiring to a further education Choral or Organ Scholarship, the residential course offers a varied week of Choral singing, from Chamber Choir and Barbershop to individual lessons and Opera Chorus workshops, alongside opportunities to work with eminent Choral Directors and composers John Rutter and Bob Chilcott. For further information please email email@example.com
Sherborne School, Sherborne, Dorset, United Kingdom
Annual Choral Course focussing on the music of J. S. Bach, run by the University of St Andrews. 2017 dates: 25-30 July inclusive. Course leader: Jeremy Jackman. Instrumental accompaniment provided by the Kellie Consort. The course concludes with a performance of cantata 182, 'Himmelskönig, sei willkommen'. Join us in the beautiful, historic town of St Andrews and immerse yourself in the music of Bach and related repertoire. www.st-andrews.ac.uk/music/perform/shortcourses/choralcourse
Younger Hall, North Street, St Andrews, Fife, KY16 9AJ, United Kingdom
St Marks Hamilton Terrace offers choral scholarships each year. Applications are welcome from enthusiastic singers of any voice part currently in secondary or tertiary education. There is an award of £800pa, plus extra fee-paying services such as weddings and funerals. Applicants should send a covering letter, CV and two referees to Applications should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
St Marks Hamilton Terrace, 114 Hamilton Terrace, London, NW8 9UT, United Kingdom
String ensemble course with Chiligirian Quartet, 8-12 April 2019 Select repertoire of your own choice for intensive daily coaching with each of the Chilingirian Quartet. Participate in informal masterlcass, performance and collaborative playing sessions and attend a concert given by the Chilingirian Quartet. An informal recital by students will round off the course on the final afternoon. Bursaries are available.
West Dean College of Arts and Conservation, West Dean, CHICHESTER, West Sussex, PO18 0QZ, United Kingdom