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BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//MUSIC:ED - ECPv4.9.4//NONSGML v1.0//EN CALSCALE:GREGORIAN METHOD:PUBLISH X-WR-CALNAME:MUSIC:ED X-ORIGINAL-URL: X-WR-CALDESC:Events for MUSIC:ED BEGIN:VTIMEZONE TZID:"Europe/London" BEGIN:DAYLIGHT TZOFFSETFROM:+0000 TZOFFSETTO:+0100 TZNAME:BST DTSTART:20190331T010000 END:DAYLIGHT BEGIN:STANDARD TZOFFSETFROM:+0100 TZOFFSETTO:+0000 TZNAME:GMT DTSTART:20191027T010000 END:STANDARD BEGIN:DAYLIGHT TZOFFSETFROM:+0000 TZOFFSETTO:+0100 TZNAME:BST DTSTART:20200329T010000 END:DAYLIGHT BEGIN:STANDARD TZOFFSETFROM:+0100 TZOFFSETTO:+0000 TZNAME:GMT DTSTART:20201025T010000 END:STANDARD TZID:"Asia/Macau" BEGIN:STANDARD TZOFFSETFROM:+0800 TZOFFSETTO:+0800 TZNAME:CST DTSTART:20190101T000000 END:STANDARD END:VTIMEZONE BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID="Europe/London":20190401T080000 DTEND;TZID="Europe/London":20190702T170000 DTSTAMP:20190715T220540 CREATED:20190502T151122Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190529T135944Z SUMMARY:Shake It Up DESCRIPTION:What is Shake It Up?\nShake It Up is an annual competition run by the Schools Printed Music Licence(SPML) which enables UK schools to make copies of sheet music\, or any rearrangements they like! \nEntry deadline: 14 May 2019 \n\n \n\nThe competition started in 2017-18 and received a passionate and enthusiastic response from music teachers\, music hubs\, and schools. The competition launches at the beginning of September and finishes in spring: keep an eye on this page\, Facebook\, Twitter\, or LinkedIn to stay in-the-know for this year’s Shake It Up! \n\n2019 Entry Criteria Checklist\nTo be eligible to win cash for your school you need to be able to say ‘Yes’ to the following: \n\nIs your school covered by the Schools Printed Music Licence?\nIs your entry an arrangement of a published music score that you own?\nAre you submitting a written arrangement?\nCan your student(s) perform the arrangement (we will ask for a recording if your entry is shortlisted)?\n\nIf you can say ‘Yes’ to all the above you are good to go! \n\n\nAre you ready to Shake It Up again?\nShake It Up is back for 2019 with a brand new look but the same excellent cash prizes up for grabs! If you feel like winning hundreds of pounds for your school’s music department\, all you have to do is submit a music or choral arrangement you’ve made for your pupils to perform in a school activity. This could include music lessons\, school performances\, or school groups/bands. \nThe good news is that most schools are already covered by the Schools Printed Music Licence (SPML). If you are at a state-maintained school in England\, Scotland or Northern Ireland\, you are already covered. If you are at a state-maintained school in Wales\, you may be covered – contact your local authority to find out if they have opted to take the licence on your behalf. If you are at an independent school and aren’t sure if you’re covered\, you’ll need to contact the relevant association for your area. You can visit our Schools Printed Music Licence page to find out more about how the licence works. \nIt’s time to make the music your own!\nShake It Up will launch officially at the start of September! In the meantime\, you can follow us on social media and start thinking about which arrangements you have that could win cash for your music department! The prizes for this year’s competition are: \n\n£700 cash for the winner\, to spend on music resources for his/her school\n£400 cash each for two runners up\, to spend on music resources for their schools\n\nYou can tide yourself over in the meantime by having a look at our 2018 Recap below\, or getting in touch with us if you have any questions! \n\n\nHow to enter Shake It Up\nShake It Up 2019 is officially open for entries! If you’ve got an eligible instrumental or choral arrangement or think making one sounds like the perfect challenge for your pupils\, it might win your school hundreds of pounds! Entering the competition is simple: you can either post us the entries or email us at \nIf you want to reach us by post\, entries need to go to: Shake It Up competition\, Copyright Licensing Agency\,  5th Floor\, Shackleton House\, Hay’s Galleria\, London\, SE1 2HX. \nImportant documents\nClick here to download the full Competition Guidelines\, which have everything you need to know about the competition\, how we treat your entries\, and how the judging and prize-giving works. \nDownload and fill in your Entry Form here; remember to include this with your arrangement when you enter! \n\n URL: LOCATION:London\, United Kingdom CATEGORIES:Competitions ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: GEO:55.378051;-3.435973 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID="Europe/London":20190422T080000 DTEND;TZID="Europe/London":20190422T170000 DTSTAMP:20190715T220540 CREATED:20190422T134728Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190529T135943Z SUMMARY:Tring Park Musical Theatre Summer Course 2019 DESCRIPTION:About the course\nThe Tring Park Musical Theatre Summer Course is an intensive week of singing\, dancing and acting with industry professionals whilst making new friends who share a keen interest in musical theatre.  \nThe Musical Theatre Summer Course is designed to give students an insight into how it feels to be part of a creative process\, while developing their individual skills as a performer. \nStudents will take part in various classes and workshops which will take place in the new purpose-built Park Studios. \nPrevious training in one or more genres is preferable.  All pupils will receive a free Holiday Courses t-shirt on arrival. \nBoarders to arrive late afternoon on Sunday 11 August\, Day pupils to arrive at 8.45am on Monday 13 August. The Course ends at approximately 4.30pm on Friday 16 August. \n\nEvening Activities: \n\nScavenger hunt and drama games\nQuiz night\nBBQ and lawn games\nVisit to a show (ticket and transport cost included in fee)\nInternal talent show held in Tring Park’s Markova Theatre.  All entries should be no more than 1.5 minutes and music must be on a CD or IPod (MP3 player) ready to play\n\n URL: LOCATION:Tring Park School for the Performing Arts\, Mansion Drive\, Tring\, HP23 5LX\, United Kingdom CATEGORIES:International,Summer schools,UK and Ireland ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: GEO:51.7922729;-0.6597524 X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-ADDRESS=Tring Park School for the Performing Arts Mansion Drive Tring HP23 5LX United Kingdom;X-APPLE-RADIUS=500;X-TITLE=Mansion Drive:geo:-0.6597524,51.7922729 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID="Europe/London":20190425T143000 DTEND;TZID="Europe/London":20190428T220000 DTSTAMP:20190715T220540 CREATED:20190424T071717Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190529T135943Z SUMMARY:Opera Europa Spring Conference: Creation DESCRIPTION:About the event\nThe programme for Opera Europa’s spring conference is launched by a series of lively\, and in some cases illustrated\, interventions by creative artists\, after which there is a choice of evening events. \nFriday centres on the two-sided question: what do such artists expect from us managers; what do we want from them? It also encompasses the annual General Assembly\, when members must take important decisions about future directions for our association. \nOn Friday evening\, you may experience Opera Vlaanderen’s new opera commission\, or three other options. \nSaturday explores different ways in which new creations may engage with the public. \n URL: LOCATION:Antwerp\, Antwerp\, Belgium CATEGORIES:Conferences,International ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: GEO:51.2194475;4.4024643 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID="Europe/London":20190427T100000 DTEND;TZID="Europe/London":20190427T160000 DTSTAMP:20190715T220540 CREATED:20190407T195546Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190407T195606Z SUMMARY:Community Music Practice: Working with Disabled People and Young People with Special Educational Needs DESCRIPTION:Community Music is a term used to describe an approach to music that is inclusive and participatory. This can operate both therapeutically and educationally\, but as a field has its own rich history and culture. This course focuses on working with Disabled People and young people with Special Educational needs. We’ll explore some of the disabling barriers these groups face\, as well as physical\, cognitive and learning challenges\, and how creative and participatory music sessions can benefit them. \nCommunity Musicians work with both young and older people who face a wide range of life challenges – using music as an effective tool to combat illness\, disability\, isolation\, education difficulties\, behavioural problems\, offending and many more issues. Taking part in meaningful group activities is increasingly evidenced as a positive and productive way to overcome such challenges. This workshop investigates how to best facilitate meaningful and effective music experiences for Disabled People and young people with Special Educational needs. This includes those who experience: \n\nLearning difficulties\nAutism/Asperger’s\nPhysical Disabilities\nCognitive and sensory difficulties\nMental health needs\n\nCommunity Music Practice can take many forms – singing in a choir\, making beats on a computer\, improvising as a group\, exploring technology as a means to self-expression\, songwriting\, soundscape work and more. Each different way of engaging with music can have personal\, social and collective benefits. To gain the greatest benefit Community Music interactions need to be led by people with a range of musical\, communication and other skills\, as well as an understanding of the context \, and the people you are working with. This workshop will enable you to develop your own skill set\, as well as providing a range of activity tools that can facilitate Disabled People and young people with Special Educational needs who face challenging circumstances to engage in creative and participatory music activities. \nThis course is ideal for you if you are: \n\nyouth worker who would like to develop this skillset\nmusic leader already practising in the field\nmusic service tutor\nmusic teacher\nmusician who would like to explore this field\nteaching assistant\na teaching assistant or teacher working in a Care environment\nparent/carer\n\nNo formal skill level is required but to gain the most out of this workshop\, we would expect you to possess a good level of either formal or informal music experience. \nWhy study this course? \n\nYou will take part in a range of exciting and engaging music making activities that you can take into your own practice.\nYou will have a chance to develop your own musical leadership skills in a safe supported environment.\nYou will learn about some of the physical\, cognitive and learning challenges that young people may face\, what defines some of these conditions\, how they impact on young people.\nYou’ll learn how to plan and deliver creative music sessions to bring maximum benefits to participants regardless of their abilities.\nWe will explore how we can measure the effectiveness of musical interactions in order to maximise their benefits and enable sustained work.\n\nAfter taking this course you may be interested in the second part of our Community Music Practice series: Community Music Practice: Reaching Out to Young People \nBooking information\nDisability Support \nWe are committed to providing reasonable teaching adjustments for students with disabilities that may impact on their learning experience. Please be advised that in order to provide an assessment and plan appropriate support we require as much notice as possible and\, in some circumstances\, up to 3 months. If you are planning to book\, or have already booked\, onto a short course please contact Goldsmiths Disability Team ( at your earliest convenience. \nPlease note that our short courses sell-out quickly\, so early booking is advisable. \n\n\nBook now\n\nEnquiries\nIf you have any questions about this course please contact stacs ( . \nFor information on our upcoming short courses please sign up to our mailing list. \nLocation\nRichard Hoggart Building \nTutor information\n  \n\n\nGraham Dowdall\n\nGraham is a highly experienced Musician\, Community Musician and Trainer with a portfolio career that includes performing across the globe\, running face to face workshops with young people\, training others to do so and teaching at Goldsmiths. After studying Music Workshop Skills at Goldsmiths in the early nineties Graham has become one of the leading practitioners in the UK Community Music scene. He is a specialist in working with young people with physical disabilities\, learning difficulties and so-called hard to reach young people. He regularly runs training in these areas for numerous Music Hubs as well as organisations like Sound Connections\, Drake Music\, Live Music Now and many more. He is also a board member of Soundsense (the national organisation for Community Music) and regularly presents at conferences in the field. \n\n\n\n URL: LOCATION:Richard Hoggart Building\, Goldsmiths College\, New Cross\, London\, SE14 6NW\, United Kingdom CATEGORIES:Courses,UK and Ireland ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID="Europe/London":20190520T080000 DTEND;TZID="Europe/London":20190621T170000 DTSTAMP:20190715T220540 CREATED:20190529T141706Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190529T141706Z SUMMARY:Sound Connections Workforce Development Survey DESCRIPTION:Help us to help you – complete our 2019-2020 workforce development survey! \nAs the music education landscape changes\, so does the professional development and learning needs of those working to support children and young people in music. At Sound Connections we are committed to evolving our offer to support our community\, and we need your input to help shape this. \nWe mean music education in its broadest sense: whether you teach in an educational institution\, lead a local music-based group\, use music as part of a youth or community project\, are a music organisation manager\, have a freelance portfolio career or are at the start of your journey of working with children/young people and music. We want to continue developing a community of practice that is inclusive of different approaches and practices and all voices are important. \n\nThis survey should take no more than 10 minutes to complete. Any information you provide is anonymised\, will be stored in a password protected area\, and will only be used to inform our planning.\nOn completion of the survey you will be sent a discount code.\nIf you would prefer to complete this by telephone please call the Sound Connections office on 020 7729 7220.\n\nTake the survey \n URL: CATEGORIES:Surveys,UK and Ireland ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID="Europe/London":20190524T140000 DTEND;TZID="Europe/London":20190524T180000 DTSTAMP:20190715T220540 CREATED:20190415T144613Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190529T135908Z SUMMARY:Be a Chorister Afternoon DESCRIPTION:St Mary’s Cathedral welcomes Primary Pupils P3-P5 who enjoy singing for a special opportunity to participate alongside the award-winning Choristers of St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral. \nAfter some fun warm-ups we will learn some new music together\, ready for a performance at the end of the day\, to which parents are invited. In between\, there will be a chance to look around the Cathedral School\, St Mary’s Music School\, and to have afternoon tea. \nThere are limited places\, so enrol early to avoid disappointment! \nChoristers are age 9 to 12 and are full time pupils at St Mary’s Music School.  You can find out more about being a chorister here. Financial support is available. \n URL: LOCATION:St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral\, Palmerston Place\, Edinburgh\, Scotland\, EH12 5AW\, United Kingdom CATEGORIES:Open days,UK and Ireland ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID="Europe/London":20190531T093000 DTEND;TZID="Europe/London":20190602T173000 DTSTAMP:20190715T220540 CREATED:20190406T111857Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190406T111857Z SUMMARY:Execlab Hong Kong: Arts and Cultural Management DESCRIPTION:The day-to-day work of managing arts and cultural events and productions demands proficiency in a range of skills\, including research\, programming\, fundraising and marketing. But arts administrators also need to be forward-looking and visionary\, both in terms of knowing how to position their enterprises and how to create and seize opportunities that sustain long-term development. \nArts and Cultural Management is a practical three-day introduction to the role of performing arts organisations and producing practice today. It offers participants insight into research and project management\, and how to develop fundraising plans\, business plans and marketing briefs for performing art events. Through lectures\, discussions\, performance recordings\, case studies from the UK and Hong Kong\, and group and individual tasks\, participants consider a variety of contemporary models\, learn about different funding streams\, and gain a deeper understanding of how to plan\, organise and deliver productions. \nKey areas of exploration: \n\nCreating\, planning and delivering a project for an effective performing arts organisation\nResearching the arts\, applying research to practice and business\nEngaging with theory and literary and theatrical movements\nManaging PR: Press\, publicity and online presence\nDeveloping effective social media\, communications and marketing strategies\nFunding your project and organisation\nNetworking\, building relationships\, partnerships and collaborations\nProblem solving and contingency planning\n\nThe launch of ExecLab is part of West Kowloon Cultural District‘s vision to design and deliver diverse learning programmes that cater for the differing needs of learners from all backgrounds. \nWorking closely with local and international academic and cultural institutions\, including University of the Arts London Short Courses and RADA Business\, we offer professional courses for people wishing to learn new skills and enhance their personal and career development. \n URL: LOCATION:West Kowloon Cultural District\, West Kowloon\, Tsimshatsui\, Hong Kong CATEGORIES:Asia,Courses ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID="Europe/London":20190601T080000 DTEND;TZID="Europe/London":20200731T170000 DTSTAMP:20190715T220540 CREATED:20190410T154822Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190410T154822Z SUMMARY:The Certificate for Music Educators (CME): Early Childhood DESCRIPTION:The Certificate for Music Educators (CME): Early Childhood offers a flexible\, part-time\, distance-learning qualification in early childhood music. \nThe CME is a recognised National Qualification validated by Trinity College London. \nOverview\nThis course has been designed to develop high-quality educators to work in early childhood music and is an ideal precursor to our highly successful Early Years Music Education MA module. \nThe CME: Early Childhood is equivalent to a Level 4 NVQ / Certificate of Higher Education (CertHE) / Higher National Certificate (HNC). \nThe course will be facilitated by the same team behind our EY Music MA module and will benefit from direct contributions from Dr Susan Young and Dr Jessica Pitt\, both well-known and highly successful early childhood music educators and researchers. \nAs well as the invaluable input from Dr Young and Dr Pitt\, the course will also have a strong team of mentors\, all of which have completed the CREC MA programme and are currently working as early childhood music educators in a range of organisations including universities\, regional arts organisations and music education hubs. \nKey Facts\nType of course: Recognised National Qualification – Level 4 Certificate \nStudy options: Face to face (4 days) plus distance learning \nDuration: 1 year \n\nStart date: Enrolment + work placed activities: Summer/Autumn 2019\nTaught sessions: Winter/Spring 2020\n\nAccreditation: Validated by Trinity College London \nCredits: Level 4 Qualification \nEntry requirements \n\nGCSE English minimum Grade C (or equivalent)\nPrior musical experience\nDBS clearance (it is the student’s responsibility to obtain this before the start of the course)\n\n URL: CATEGORIES:Courses ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID="Europe/London":20190601T140000 DTEND;TZID="Europe/London":20190601T160000 DTSTAMP:20190715T220540 CREATED:20190415T122556Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190529T135908Z SUMMARY:Teacher Workshop: Discover Adult Piano Adventures DESCRIPTION:Discover the fresh new look of Adult Piano Adventures\, with online support\, and a new supplementary repertoire library. The redesigned course enables adult beginners to play music for pleasure while developing musical understanding. \nJoin Piano Adventures clinician Philippa Topham as she guides you through the Adult Piano Adventures All‐in‐One Course book. This comprehensive overview will cover the teaching of  music notation\, chord playing\, rhythm\, harmony\, and musical form\, all through engaging music. \nComplimentary music and light refreshments for all attendees.  Sponsored by Hal Leonard Europe\, Forsyths\, and Faber Piano Adventures. Seating is limited\, register today! \n URL: LOCATION:Forsyths\, 126 Deansgate\, Manchester\, United Kingdom CATEGORIES:UK and Ireland,Workshops ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: ORGANIZER;CN="Piano%20Adventures%20UK" END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID="Europe/London":20190612T190000 DTEND;TZID="Europe/London":20190615T173000 DTSTAMP:20190715T220540 CREATED:20190418T152559Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190418T152559Z SUMMARY:Celebrating Diversity in Popular Music Education DESCRIPTION:The 2019 Association for Popular Music Education (APME) conference\, Celebrating Diversity in Popular Music Education\, will be held at New York University from 12-15 June 2019. \nAPME members can look forward to papers\, presentations\, workshops and performances from a broad range of contexts and perspectives. \n URL: LOCATION:New York University\, 70 Washington Square South\, New York\, NY\, 10012\, United States CATEGORIES:Conferences,International END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID="Europe/London":20190618T080000 DTEND;TZID="Europe/London":20190624T170000 DTSTAMP:20190715T220540 CREATED:20190422T152831Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190529T135908Z SUMMARY:Issigeac International Music Academy 2019 DESCRIPTION:About the course\nMake a date with the Tippett Quartet at Issigeac International Music Academy (IIMA) 2019! \nWe are delighted to announce that for our 2019 season we will be partnered by the world-famous Tippett String Quartet who will join with international violinist Ishani Bhoola and accompanist Jennifer Carter in providing a week of world-class instruction. \nThis is your chance to join like-minded enthusiasts for one-on-one mentoring with the world-renowned Tippett String Quartet during a week-long break in France’s idyllic Dordogne. \nTo top it all you can experience the thrill of being a professional musician by playing with them in a public concert at the end of your stay. \nThe IIMA has teamed up with the Tippett to provide a complete package that includes private accommodation in beautiful French homes\, dining in fine restaurants specialising in the famous gastronomy of the Perigord region and a week in the company of quartet members. \nYou will be able to get to know some of the world’s greatest string players in an informal setting\, take part in individual and group tuition including chamber orchestra participation and rehearsing for a live concert\, as well as enjoy wine-tasting trips to local vineyards and spectacular castles and bastide villages. \nThe Academy is set in the exceptional medieval village of Issigeac\, just 20 minutes south of the town of Bergerac and budget airline links to the UK. \nWith its renaissance Bishop’s Palace\, 12th Century stone ramparts and beautifully preserved medieval houses\, Issigeac is a rare gem within the area of the Bergerac appellation vineyards. \nDuring the week the Tippet Quartet will be playing four public concerts in Issigeac’s municipal centre. On the final night the ensemble will stage a free concert open to the public with the participation of IIMA guests wishing to take part. \nWonderful Company  – Spectacular Music – Fantastic Foie Gras – Succulent Monbazillac Wines – be ready for a heady mix! \nWho it’s for\nThose wishing to take part should have attained Grade 5 or above in their respective instrument. \n\nAbout Issigeac\nIssigeac is an historic commune with around 400 permanent residents that dates back to Roman times\, making it among the oldest continually occupied sites in the Perigord. \nFortified in medieval times and taking the circular shape it does today\, the village was under English rule during the 100 years war and afterwards owned by the Bishop of Sarlat\, who made it his summer residence. \nThe splendid Bishop’s palace and Church of St Felicien – principal Academy venues – along with the plethora of half-timbered houses that make up the body of the village\, date from this time. \nAfter several centuries as an important if small ecclesiastical community\, Issigeac is now thriving and developing into one of the gems of Southern Perigord. \nIt can thank its period in the doldrums for the fact that has survived into the 21st century very little changed in either structure or character from how it was in medieval times. \nIts Sunday market – which has been held continually since the 13th Century – is one of the wonders of the region attracting French and overseas visitors from far and wide. \nWhile many new enterprises have taken root here\, including artists studios\, antique shops and artisans workshops the village is still a traditional French one\, with a full range of small shops providing good and services for everyday life. \nWith four main restaurants\, four cafés and a bustling bar Issigeac is also probably the best-catered village for gastronomy in the area. \nTravelling to Issigeac\nIssigeac is just 15 minutes from Bergerac airport with daily flights to the UK\, other European destinations and Paris. It sits on the banks of the small river\, the Banège\, in the southern sector of Bergerac’s world famous vineyards; all set in the wonderful scenery which French writer Stendhal described as the ‘Tuscany of France.’ \nCourse leaders/performers\nThe Issigeac International Music Academy (IIMA) offers the commune of Issigeac and indeed the whole of the Southern Perigord a wonderful opportunity to invite some of the world’s leading classical musicians and music teachers to our community. \n\nIshani Bhoola\nJennifer Carter\nBozidar Vukotic\nJohn Mills\nJeremy Isaac\nLydia Lowndes-Northcott\n\nRegistration and fees\nThe all-inclusive fee for the 2019 IIMA Summer Academy is £995.00. \nThe IIMA fee includes: \n\nQuality master class tuition in spectacular environment\nFocus on professional performance\nChamber music tuition\nThree concerts performed by the Tippett Quartet\nOne public concert performed by students and Academy members\nFully coached rehearsal days\nBoard and lodging\n\nNB: Those wishing to take part should have attained Grade 5 or above in their respective instrument. \n URL: LOCATION:Issigeac\, Issigeac\, France CATEGORIES:International,Summer schools ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: GEO:44.730741;0.607473 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID="Europe/London":20190618T190000 DTEND;TZID="Europe/London":20190618T210000 DTSTAMP:20190715T220540 CREATED:20190414T172229Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190529T135908Z SUMMARY:Chetham's School of Music 6th form opening evening DESCRIPTION:This summer\, Chetham’s School of Music is opening its doors for three new Open events aimed at young musicians considering applications to Chetham’s in 2019 and beyond. \nEach session lasts two hours\, and is based around the interests of different age groups within the school. \n URL: LOCATION:Chetham’s School of Music\, Long Millgate\, Manchester\, M3 1SB\, United Kingdom CATEGORIES:Open days,UK and Ireland ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID="Europe/London":20190622T100000 DTEND;TZID="Europe/London":20190622T120000 DTSTAMP:20190715T220540 CREATED:20190415T123948Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190529T135907Z SUMMARY:Teacher Workshop: Discover Adult Piano Adventures DESCRIPTION:Discover the fresh new look of Adult Piano Adventures\, with online support\, and a new supplementary repertoire library. The redesigned course enables adult beginners to play music for pleasure while developing musical understanding. \nJoin Piano Adventures clinician Philippa Topham as she guides you through the Adult Piano Adventures All‐in‐One Course book. This comprehensive overview will cover the teaching of  music notation\, chord playing\, rhythm\, harmony\, and musical form\, all through engaging music. \nComplimentary music and light refreshments for all attendees.  Sponsored by Hal Leonard Europe\, J G Windows\, and Faber Piano Adventures. Seating is limited\, register today! \n URL: LOCATION:J G Windows\, 1-7 Central Arcade\, Newcastle Upon Tyne\, United Kingdom CATEGORIES:UK and Ireland,Workshops ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: ORGANIZER;CN="J%20G%20Windows" END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID="Europe/London":20190622T100000 DTEND;TZID="Europe/London":20190622T180000 DTSTAMP:20190715T220540 CREATED:20190503T170157Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190523T160514Z SUMMARY:*CANCELLED* Workshop for Early Years Music Facilitators with Steve Grocott & Shirley Stump DESCRIPTION:Unfortunately\, this course has been cancelled. \n URL: LOCATION:Night Pastures Magical Yurt\, Lower Lodge Farm\, Fernhurst\, GU27 3NH\, United Kingdom CATEGORIES:Courses,UK and Ireland ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: ORGANIZER;CN="Yo%20Baby" GEO:51.051535;-0.749668 X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-ADDRESS=Night Pastures Magical Yurt Lower Lodge Farm Fernhurst GU27 3NH United Kingdom;X-APPLE-RADIUS=500;X-TITLE=Lower Lodge Farm:geo:-0.749668,51.051535 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID="Europe/London":20190623T093000 DTEND;TZID="Europe/London":20190623T160000 DTSTAMP:20190715T220540 CREATED:20190421T080351Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190529T135907Z SUMMARY:London College of Music Examinations Guitar Conference DESCRIPTION:Morning\nSession 1: An overview of the new LCME guitar handbooks (Merv Young\, Head of LCME) \nSession 2: Is your teaching fit for the 21st century popular musician? (Dr Liz Pipe\, Senior Lecturer & Academic Quality Lead at the Lindon College of Music) \nAfternoon\nChoice of sessions to include: \n\nGordon on Guitars (Gordon Giltrap MBE)\nClassical Guitar Workshop (Raymond Burley)\nIrish Music for Acoustic Guitar (Mickey Murphy\, Guitar Examiner\, LCME)\n\n URL: LOCATION:University of West London\, St Mary's Road\, Ealing\, London\, W5 5RF\, United Kingdom CATEGORIES:Conferences,Courses ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: GEO:51.5063057;-0.3051802 X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-ADDRESS=University of West London St Mary's Road Ealing London W5 5RF United Kingdom;X-APPLE-RADIUS=500;X-TITLE=St Mary's Road:geo:-0.3051802,51.5063057 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID="Europe/London":20190626T163000 DTEND;TZID="Europe/London":20190626T200000 DTSTAMP:20190715T220540 CREATED:20190613T132447Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190613T132447Z SUMMARY:Working with Music Education Hubs in North and North West London DESCRIPTION:About the eent\nIn partnership with Sound Connections this will be an informative\, interactive and practical event delivered by senior Music Education Hub staff from Barnet\, Brent\, Camden\, Ealing\, Enfield\, Haringey\, Harrow and Hillingdon Music Services\, which collectively make up MUSIC8LONDON. \nThere will be plenty of opportunities for learning\, networking and gaining information about future employment across these eight Music Education Hubs. \nWho should attend?\n\nInstrumental and vocal teachers\, musicians\, and music students who are interested in working for a Music Education Hub in north or north west London\n\nWhat will be covered?\n\nIdeas and resources for whole class teaching\nIdeas and resources for small group teaching\nTips on how to make a successful job application to a Music Education Hub\nQ & A with Hub leaders – What is a Music Education Hub? What jobs are on offer? Which geographical areas are covered? What might I earn? Different types of contract offered.\nAn opportunity to talk to each Hub individually\n\n URL: LOCATION:The Crowndale Centre\, 218 Eversholt Street\, London\, NW1 1BD\, United Kingdom CATEGORIES:Networking,UK and Ireland GEO:51.5341345;-0.137794 X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-ADDRESS=The Crowndale Centre 218 Eversholt Street London NW1 1BD United Kingdom;X-APPLE-RADIUS=500;X-TITLE=218 Eversholt Street:geo:-0.137794,51.5341345 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID="Europe/London":20190628T100000 DTEND;TZID="Europe/London":20190628T153000 DTSTAMP:20190715T220540 CREATED:20190417T182828Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190604T102559Z SUMMARY:The Thriving Child Royal Opera House Bridge Conference 2019 DESCRIPTION:About the conference\nChildren and young people can face many challenges in the modern world as they navigate their way through school and home life. Social and economic disadvantage\, issues around mental health and well-being\, discrimination of many kinds may all combine to prevent children from thriving. \nIn The Thriving Child\, the Royal Opera House Bridge Annual Conference 2019\, we will examine these challenges in detail and consider how the arts\, creativity and culture can help children and young people to face up to these challenges. We’ll ask whether the current practice of the education\, arts and cultural sectors might need to change to meet the needs and expectations of young people. \nKey questions\nThroughout the conference\, we will consider the following key questions: \n\nWhat is it like for children and young people to live\, play and learn in 2019 in the UK?\nHow does this affect their ability to thrive?\nWhat is the role of the arts\, creativity and culture in enhancing children and young people’s opportunities and addressing the challenges they face?\nWhat does this mean for the education\, arts and cultural sectors? Do these sectors need to work differently?\n\nFor the first time ever\, this Conference will be livestreamed from the Royal Opera House\, Covent Garden to five other venues across the UK to help initiate a national conversation about these vital issues. \nParallel events\nParallel conferences are taking place at: \n\nThe Thriving Child in the North at the Lowry\, Salford\nThe International Festival of Learning at West Suffolk College\, Bury St Edmunds\n\n…and other soon to be announced venues in the Midlands and South West. \n URL: LOCATION:Royal Opera House\, Bow Street\, Covent Garden\, London\, WC2E 9DD\, United Kingdom CATEGORIES:Conferences,Livestreams,UK and Ireland ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:©-Brian-Slater-1440x720.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID="Europe/London":20190703T101500 DTEND;TZID="Europe/London":20190706T190000 DTSTAMP:20190715T220540 CREATED:20190426T172412Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190529T135907Z SUMMARY:Music for Youth National Festival 2019 DESCRIPTION:Everyone’s invited to National Festival 2019!\nA feast of live music! Hear performances from the very best jazz\, brass\, classical\, folk\, choral and contemporary young musicians. \nOpen to the public\, every July around 10\,000 of the UK’s brightest young musicians perform at world class venues and city-centre locations across Birmingham as part of the annual Music for Youth National Festival. Every young person performing at our 2019 Regional Festivals or Local Event Network events is invited! \nProgramme\nVisit the Music for Youth website to discover 2019 National Festival Venue Performances and Festival Fringe opportunities including our many Fringe Stages and exciting Workshops & Participation sessions with leading professionals! \n URL: LOCATION:Birmingham\, Birmingham\, United Kingdom CATEGORIES:Festivals,UK and Ireland,Workshops ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: GEO:52.486243;-1.890401 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID="Europe/London":20190708T080000 DTEND;TZID="Europe/London":20190726T170000 DTSTAMP:20190715T220540 CREATED:20190420T154056Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190529T135906Z SUMMARY:LMFL (Language and Music for Life) XXII International Summer Music Course DESCRIPTION:About the course\nThis specialised\, intensive language and music Summer course is for musicians preparing for exams\, auditions and competitions with some of the world’s best teachers. \nThe course is for adults and unaccompanied teenagers from the age of 12 as well as accompanied children with a lower age limit of five. Students can choose to attend just the main course (two weeks) or both the pre-course and the main course (three weeks): \n\nPre-course (20 places): 8-13 July 2019 (arrival on 7 July)\nMain course (100 places): 14-26 July 2018 (arrival on 13 July afternoon and departure on 27 July morning)\n\nThe pre-course is designed for students who need either intensive linguistic tuition or who want to benefit from extra tuition from our teachers present on the pre-course or both. Students who attend the pre-course then go on to the main course. The main course features instrumental and voice tuition\, masterclasses\, composition\, conducting\, and jazz. It also offers students the opportunity to improve language skills\, working either in small groups or one-to-one with our language tutors. \nThere are two kinds of participants: \n\nNon-residential: local students or participants who choose to live out in hotels\, B&B etc\, taking two main meals from Sundays to Fridays\nResidential: those who want full board and take all their meals at Llandovery College for the duration of the course\n\nCourse leaders\n\nWilliam Godfree – Conducting\, Composition\, Theory\, Organ\, Choir\nAlexander Trostiansky – Violin\nMadeleine Mitchell – Violin\nJean-Luc Borsarello – Violin\, Artistic Director\nRichard Crabtree – Violin\, Viola\nTomás Tuláćek – Violin\, Viola\nLeo Phillips – Violin\nLana Trotovsek – Violin\nDaniel Grosgurin – Cello\nNitzan Laster – Cello\nPierre Feyler – Double Bass\nAngharad Edwards – Harp\nAlex Forsyth – Sax Jazz & Electric Bass Guitar\nSteve Banks – Electric Guitar\, Improvisation\nLuigi Borio – Classical Guitar\nDaniela Pisano – Flute Piccolo\nBoris Bizjak – Flute & Baroque Flute\nGerard McChrystal – Saxophone\, Clarinet\nPaolo De Gaspari – Clarinet\, Bass Clarinet\nHeather Gordon-Redfern – Clarinet Classical & Jazz\nUrška Cvetko – Recorder\nDr Paul Goodey – Oboe\, Composition\, Theory\nJohn Morgan – Trumpet (Classical & Jazz)\nJohn Perry – Jazz & Pop Drums\nEkaterina Nemirovitch-Danchenko – Piano\nRoustam Koudoiaroff – Piano\nVìra Müllerová Dvořáčkoá – Piano\nTim Funnell – Piano\, Jazz\nLeonardo De Lisi – Opera Bel Canto\nLetizia Morelli – Vocal Teaching\, Jazz\, Blues\nRobert Short – Vocal Teaching\, Jazz\, Gospel\nSimonida Miletec – Vocal Teaching\n\nRegistration\nPlease visit the LMFL website to for further information and to apply online. \n URL: LOCATION:Llandovery College\, Llandovery\, Wales\, United Kingdom CATEGORIES:International,Summer schools,UK and Ireland ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: GEO:51.997395;-3.797508 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID="Europe/London":20190711T080000 DTEND;TZID="Europe/London":20190715T220000 DTSTAMP:20190715T220540 CREATED:20190610T075115Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190629T083542Z SUMMARY:2019 World Choral Conducting Competition DESCRIPTION:\nAbout the event\nThe first World Choral Conducting Competition will take place from 11-15 July 2019 in Hong Kong during the 2019 World Youth & Children’s Choir Festival. \nA team of nine international jurors will be joined by the official competition choir\, Utopia & Reality Chamber Choir. \n12-16 conductors\, aged 35 or below\, will be selected to compete in Hong Kong for performance opportunities and cash prizes totalling HK$100\,000. \nAttendance\nPlaces are available for individual delegates to attend the event as observers. Please use the links below to register online. \n\nOverseas and Hong Kong participants\nMainland China participants\n\nDates & Venues\n\nArrival date: 11 July 2019\nDeparture date: 15 July 2019\nRound One and Two: 12 & 13 July 2019 @ Tsuen Wan Town Hall Auditorium\nFinal Round: Afternoon\, 14 July 2019 @ Hong Kong City Hall Concert Hall\nPerformance by the Champion with the Choir: Evening\, 14 July 2019 @ Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall\n\nJury\nInternational Jury members include \n\nProf. Péter ERDEI (Hungary) – chair\nBrady Allred (USA)\nMartin Berger (South Africa)\nUrsa Lah (Slovenia)\nZoltan Pad (Hungary)\nRagnar Rasmussen (Norway)\nLeon Shu-wai Tong (Hong Kong China)\n\nFinalists\n\nPascal ADOUMBOU(France)\nJack APPERLEY(UK)\nLinas BALANDIS (Lithuania)\nJulia Selina BLANK (Germany)\nKatherine CHAN (Australia)\nMasis Aram GÖZBEK (Turkey)\nPetra GRASSI (Italy / Slovenia)\nEvgeníi IVANÓV (Russia)\nBenjamin Theophilus KIRK (UK)\nHeeseong LEE (South Korea)\nAlexandra MAKAROVA (Russia)\nCathrie YUEN (Hong Kong China)\n\nOfficial competition choir: Utopia & Reality Chamber Choir\nFounders and Artistic Directors: Prof. Ragnar RASMUSSEN & Prof. Urša LAH \nThe Utopia & Reality Chamber Choir is a versatile and international choir established in 2011. \nTheir members comprise of talented young singers from different countries to perform contemporary choral music on a high artistic level. In addition to their upcoming Residency at the 2019 World Youth & Children’s Choir Festival – Hong Kong (which follows the Conducting Competition)\, the Choir was invited to perform at a number of international festivals including Musical Evenings (Piran\, Slovenia\, Jul 2011)\, International Choral Festival “VOCE!” (Bosco Chiesanuova\, Jul 2013)\, “Concerti nel Chiostro” (Verona\, Italy\, Jul 2013)\, The Nordlysfestivalen (Tromsø\, Norway\, (Jan 2014)\, The 12th China International Choral Festival (Beijing\, China\, Aug 2014)\, The 2nd City of Derry International Choral Festival (Oct 2014). The Choir was then invited as “Artist in Residence” for The 3rd City of Derry International Choral Festival and the Arts Council of Northern Ireland organized a tour for the choir in Northern Ireland in October 2015. \nIn 2016 the choir was guest of the concert cycles of Glasbena Matica in Ljubljana and of Simfonic Voices in Koper. In 2017 the choir was invited to perform an evening concert in Mariinsky Theathre in St. Pétersburg in the frame of the II. Festival Maslenitsa in Song and was also “the choir in residence” at the International Choral Festival in Preveza\, Greece. \nThe Choir has also been invited to make a number of recordings\, most notably with the publisher Cantando Musikkforlag. \n\n URL: LOCATION:Hong Kong\, Hong Kong\, Hong Kong CATEGORIES:Asia,Competitions ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: ORGANIZER;CN="World%20Youth%20and%20Children%20Choral%20Artists%27%20Association" GEO:22.3193039;114.1693611 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID="Europe/London":20190713T080000 DTEND;TZID="Europe/London":20190718T140000 DTSTAMP:20190715T220540 CREATED:20190610T075636Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190627T162454Z SUMMARY:2019 World Youth and Children’s Choir Festival – Hong Kong DESCRIPTION:\nAbout the event\nAs a highly anticipated global event encompassing performances\, competitions\, masterclasses\, workshops and cultural exchanges\, this biennial Festival is dedicated to creating a stage for choirs\, conductors\, experts\, teachers and students worldwide to enjoy a week of great music\, and to learn from the distinguished Resident Artists and other fellow competing choirs. \nOrganised by the World Youth and Children Choral Artists’ Association and Hong Kong Treble Choirs’ Association since 2006\, in association with China Music Education Magazine\, and with the full support of UNESCO Hong Kong Association and Musica Connection Limited\, the WYCCF stands as one of the most influential and critically acclaimed of its kind in the Asia Pacific region. \nThe organisers are delighted to welcome you as individual or your choir to the 7th WYCCF. \n\nEvents\nThere is a string of educational activities in the Festival\, including \nInternational Choral Competition: 10 Categories; 4 tiers of Awards (Bronze\, Silver\, Gold\, Platinum); 10+ Grand Prizes; HK$100\,000+ Cash Awards\nInternational Starry Concerts: Concerts featuring our Resident Artists and Guest Choirs\nFriendly Concerts: Where participating choirs perform for and learn from each other with on-stage comments from distinguished Choral Clinicians\nMasterclasses & Workshops: A series of lectures/ workshops for conductors and music teachers to learn a wide array of repertoire\, advanced methods\, techniques and ideas\nCultural Excursions: Exploring Hong Kong’s fantastic sites and heritage \n\nResident Choirs\nThe Festival has invited three definitive and world-leading choirs – The King’s Singers\, Hamilton Children’s Choir and the Utopia & Reality Chamber Choir20 – to deliver a series of spectacular performances\, masterclasses & workshops throughout. \nThe King’s Singers (UK)\n‘… effortless\, stylistically varied and beautifully blended\, even in the most complex polyphony.’ – Washington Post \nWinner of multiple Grammy® and Emmy® Awards\, the 6-piece ensemble is consistently welcomed on the world’s great stages today and has been throughout their history. They are ambassadors for musical excellence around the globe and are as determined as ever to inspire audiences with their virtuosity and vision for an exciting musical future. \nHamilton Children’s Choir (Canada)\nTheir performance\, mission\, engagement\, communication\, and love for/ with each other and their captive audience was sacred and raw! – Aaron Van DUCKER \nHamilton Children’s Choir (HCC) from Canada enjoys its reputation for being one of the most sought-after choirs in the world. Going far beyond technical excellence\, the choir consistently dazzles audiences with its focused sound\, brilliant repertoire\, and captivating stage presence. Celebrating over 40 years of choral singing and under the direction of Zimfira POLOZ\, the HCC embraces a more boundless approach to develop choral music education and performance programmes and has appeared in some of the most critically acclaimed choral events in the modern world. \nConductor: Zimfira Poloz \nUtopia & Reality Chamber Choir (Europe)\n‘One of the most memorable\, varied and enjoyable concerts I ever remember having been to.’ – Gary Carpenter \nLed by two of the most pre-eminent choral conductors\, the URCC is a project choir in which talented young singers from almost 20 countries join to perform contemporary choral music. The aim of the project is to perform on a very high artistic level\, to encourage singers to think about the role of arts in the society today\, to explore different ways of influencing audiences and to nurture young singers through establishing a strong role of the individual in the group. \nConductors: Ragnar Rasmussen & Urša Lah \n\nInternational Choir Competition – Categories\nThe 10-category competition will be adjudicated by a Jury of more than 20 choral music experts from all around the world\, including WYCCAA Vice Presidents Dr. Brady ALLRED\, Prof. Martin BERGER\, Dr. Milan KOLENA\, Mr. Da-peng MENG\, Prof. Ragnar RASMUSSEN\, Asso. Prof. Ursa LAH\, Dr. Zoltan PAD\, Prof. Zimfira POLOZ and many more. \nThe competition comprises two rounds\, Category Competitions and Competition Finals. Champion awarded with Gold Award or above of each category will enter the Competition Finals. The Grand and Cash Prizes will be awarded based on their performances at the Finals\, which will be voted by the Jury of the Festival. \n\n URL: LOCATION:Hong Kong\, Hong Kong\, Hong Kong CATEGORIES:Asia,Competitions,Courses,Festivals,International ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: ORGANIZER;CN="World%20Youth%20and%20Children%20Choral%20Artists%27%20Association" GEO:22.3193039;114.1693611 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID="Europe/London":20190714T080000 DTEND;TZID="Europe/London":20190811T170000 DTSTAMP:20190715T220540 CREATED:20190422T151230Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190529T135906Z SUMMARY:Ingenium Academy Summer School 2019 DESCRIPTION:About the course\nThe Ingenium Academy offers students between the ages of 14 and 18 a unique opportunity: a specialised musical education of the highest calibre combined with an immersive cultural experience. This includes tuition from world-renowned musicians\, performances in top British venues and the opportunity to meet like-minded friends from all over the world within an environment of creative excellence. \nEvery year young people from all over the world come together to develop their musical talent\, deepen their appreciation and broaden their understanding in a safe\, creative and stimulating environment. Students are encouraged to develop as young professionals and as individuals\, improving their confidence\, performance\, language and social skills. \nThe Ingenium Academy creates an environment where trust\, friendship\, self-discipline and fun flourish in equal measure. Through living\, rehearsing and performing together\, both exceptional music and life-long friendships are made. \n\nProgrammes\nVocal Programme\nTheir diverse vocal programme is for 14-18 year olds who love to sing\, are keen to develop their choral technique\, improve their ensemble singing and explore a diverse range of vocal styles. \nOrchestral Programme\nTheir orchestral programme is for young musicians with a passion for orchestral playing\, who will take on challenging programmes under the direction of some of the UK’s top conductors. \nPiano Programme\nTheir piano programme is for young pianists who wish to develop and improve all aspects of their playing as well gain ensemble playing experience. \nSaxophone Programme\nTheir saxophone programme is for young saxophonists who wish to develop and improve all aspects of their playing\, expand their repertoire and gain ensemble playing experience. \nConducting Programme\nA unique opportunity for young conductors to gain hands-on experience and expert tuition in conducting. \nChamber Music Programme\nString quartets\, piano trios\, wind quintets… gain intensive\, in-depth chamber music experience with world class tutors. \nComposition Programme\nAn intensive two-week programme for young composers of all levels with a passion for writing and discovering new music. \nCourse leaders\nAll of the Ingenium Academy’s music staff are carefully selected not only for their outstanding musicianship but also for their enthusiasm and talent for working with and bringing out the best in young people. \nMembers of music staff at the Ingenium Academy include orchestral conductors and instrumental teachers from the London Symphony Orchestra\, the BBC Concert Orchestra\, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and the English Chamber Orchestra\, amongst many other prestigious institutions. Vocal and choral leaders include names from the Royal College of Music\, NYCGB (National Youth Choir of Great Britain) and award-winning group\, the Swingle Singers\, and piano and saxophone programmes are led by internationally renowned soloists who are also accomplished teachers at some of the UK’s top conservatoires including the Royal College of Music\, the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and Birmingham Conservatoire. \nRegistration and fees\nPlease visit the Ingenium Academy website for full registration information full details about enrolment fees. \n URL: LOCATION:Winchester College\, College Street\, Winchester\, Hampshire\, SO23 9NA\, United Kingdom CATEGORIES:International,Summer schools,UK and Ireland ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: ORGANIZER;CN="Ingenium%20Academy" GEO:51.0587022;-1.3136371 X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-ADDRESS=Winchester College College Street Winchester Hampshire SO23 9NA United Kingdom;X-APPLE-RADIUS=500;X-TITLE=College Street:geo:-1.3136371,51.0587022 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID="Europe/London":20190715T080000 DTEND;TZID="Europe/London":20190727T170000 DTSTAMP:20190715T220540 CREATED:20190422T144518Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190529T135905Z SUMMARY:Encore Music Projects 6th International Summer School DESCRIPTION:Welcome to Encore Music Projects 6th International Summer School\nFollowing on from the hugely successful courses in previous years\, we are delighted that our summer school will again take place in the beautiful and historic setting of Wells Cathedral Specialist Music School\, internationally renowned for attracting many of the most gifted young musicians from around the world to study at the school. \n\nWe invite students\, children and young adults\, from all around the world to come and develop their musical talents in a safe and stimulating environment\, creating music and friendships.\nWe aim to inspire our students with tuition and guidance of the highest calibre\, in a friendly and supportive atmosphere.\nWe offer our students the fantastic opportunity to listen to and perform with our team of world-class performers and teachers\, set in a stunning location.\nWe provide our students with outstanding facilities for making music as well as enjoying comfortable living accommodation and high-quality food.\nWe expect our students to work and play with energy\, creativity and enthusiasm.​\n\nAbout the Summer School\nEncore Music Projects International Summer School was founded in 2013 by pianist Olena Shvetsova and her cellist husband Richard May to create a summer programme in the exclusive setting of a UK Specialist Music School. \n\nThe course is for piano\, strings\, guitar\, composition\, voice\, and chamber ensembles\, and is especially designed for intermediate and advanced students.\nExpert tuition and guidance by our team of world class musicians will focus on the development of technique\, musical styles and interpretation\, stage performance and presentation\, competition and audition preparation.\nThere will be opportunities to explore new as well as current repertoire.\nThe emphasis will be on making music together\, and on top of a daily one-to-one lesson\, chamber music\, piano/vocal masterclasses/workshops\, every student (instrument appropriate) will participate in the String Chamber Orchestra and our Community Choir.\nTheory tuition will also be available.\n\nIn the evenings there will be a series of concerts given by our world-class faculty as well as the chance to get together for informal chamber music making. There will be time for recreation\, including free use of the school’s covered swimming pool\, organised activities and games\, and a free day to explore the fabulous sights around Wells. \nFor those parents who may be considering sending their children to Wells Cathedral School for their education\, the course offers a unique chance to experience the atmosphere of the school. Encore Music Projects very much looks forward to welcoming our students to Wells in the summer 2019\, for a memorable musical experience. \nTeaching faculty\n\nOlena Shvetsova: Director & Piano\nRichard May: Artistic Director & Cello\nVadim Gladkov: Piano\nOleg Marshev: Piano\nNoriko Ogawa: Piano\nJohn Byrne: Piano\nJeffrey Sharkey: Piano/Composition\nGeorgy Vasilenko: Violin/Conductor\nJoshua Fisher: Violin\nAndrea Gajic: Violin\nMarianna Vasileva: Violin\nMariam Rustschi: Violin/Viola\nAlison Wells: Cello\nBen Davies: Cello\nGary Ryan: Classical Guitar\nAndrew Kidd: Voice\nHalyna Ovchaernko: Composition/Theory\nMatthew Bale: Choir Conductor & Piano\nLydia Scadding: Accompanist\nAaron Burrows: Accompanist\n\nRegistration and fees\nFEES \nResidential Course Fee 2019 – £1960. The fee includes: \n\n​full board and lodgings\n8 hours tuition first instrument\n6 sessions of chamber music coaching (45 minutes each)\n8 sessions of string orchestra/guitar ensemble or 8 sessions of piano masterclass/workshops\nfor more advanced string players\, 8 sessions of violin or cello ensembles (30 minutes each)\n8 sessions of choir\npiano accompanists provided for rehearsal and concert\n1 workshop on Stage Presentation\nphoto and video recording taking during the Encore course\nWifi\nuse of swimming pool\nfree entrance to all concerts\n\n\nNon-Residential Course 2019 – £1590. The fee includes: \n\n​daily lunch & dinner\n8 hours tuition first instrument\n6 sessions of chamber music coaching (45 minutes each)\n8 sessions of string orchestra/guitar ensemble or 8 sessions of piano masterclass/workshops\nfor more advanced string players\, 8 sessions of violin or cello ensembles (30 minutes each)\n8 sessions of choir\npiano accompanists provided for rehearsal and concert\n1 workshop on Stage Presentation\nphoto and video recording taking during the Encore course\nWifi\nuse of swimming pool\nfree entrance to all concerts\n\nWe also offer individual and group English tuition\, music theory lessons\, and second instrument lessons.​ \n\nJunior Encore \n​We have a limited number of places for junior students. Each timetable is tailor-made to suit requirements and level of applicant. Please email for further details. \n URL: LOCATION:Wells Cathedral School\, Wells\, Somerset\, United Kingdom CATEGORIES:International,Summer schools,UK and Ireland ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: ORGANIZER;CN="Encore%20Music%20Projects" GEO:51.209347;-2.6445979 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID="Asia/Macau":20190715T090000 DTEND;TZID="Asia/Macau":20190718T170000 DTSTAMP:20190715T220540 CREATED:20190703T082126Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190703T082315Z SUMMARY:12th Asia-Pacific Symposium for Music Education Research 第十二屆亞太音樂教育研究論壇 DESCRIPTION:Main Theme: Music Education in the Dawn of a New Era \n\n\nReform of School Music Education and Music Teacher Education\nCommunity Music Education and Special Music Education\nMusic Education Theory Research and Music Culture Policy\nQuality Assurance and International Recognition of Music Education\nAssessment of Classroom and Stage PerformanceMacao Polytechnic Institute\n\n\n URL: LOCATION:Macau Polytechnic Institute\, Rua de Luis Gonzaga Gomes\, Macau\, Macau CATEGORIES:Asia,Conferences,International ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: GEO:22.1937959;113.5524377 X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-ADDRESS=Macau Polytechnic Institute Rua de Luis Gonzaga Gomes Macau Macau;X-APPLE-RADIUS=500;X-TITLE=Rua de Luis Gonzaga Gomes:geo:113.5524377,22.1937959 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID="Europe/London":20190719T143000 DTEND;TZID="Europe/London":20190721T160000 DTSTAMP:20190715T220540 CREATED:20190221T144227Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190621T135734Z SUMMARY:Association of Teachers of Singing National Conference 2019 DESCRIPTION:About AOTOS National Conferences\nTeaching singers to get the best from the voice is a skill which demands years of careful and dedicated work. AOTOS conference programmes offer unique benefits. \n\nInsight into different approaches from some of the most distinguished teachers of singing worldwide\nUnderstanding the demands of the profession\nPresentations by international teachers\, artists and voice specialists of all kinds\nMeeting colleagues from all over the world\nDiscovering opportunities to develop your career\n\nConferences also provide a very valuable opportunity – especially for new and less experienced teachers – to share ideas and experiences\, and to encourage each other. Indeed one of the original raisons d’être of AOTOS when it was founded by Dr W.H. Swinburne in 1975 was to address the problem of lack of communication between singing teachers. He is quoted as having said: ‘Why do instrumentalists talk about their techniques\, and singers have their own methods\, never discussing anything?’. We hope that over the years AOTOS has helped in some way to dispel this attitude. \nAt our conferences we listen to talks from very learned people in our professions. We also have the opportunity to bring our own difficulties and questions\, and to seek comments on these from our colleagues either in open forum\, or simply by just chatting amongst ourselves in the extended meal breaks\, and – in the case of the summer conference – in the evenings\, often in the bar \nSummer Conference 2019: Refresh\, recharge\, revitalise!\nWays to move forward with your singing teaching \n \nAbout the event\nWhat does it mean to be a singing teacher in 2019? This conference pulls together many of the skills today’s teachers need in their armoury – from CCM teaching and classical song to science\, languages\, marketing\, communication\, and health… \nSpeakers/presenters\n\nJono McNeil Rock\, pop and CCM (contemporary commercial music) – topics TBC\nMary Hammond Transferring classical singing technique to pop and musical theatre\nPaul Harris If my pupils would only practise more!\nJanet Shell The emotionally intelligent teacher: how to create a positive learning environment\nChristopher Goldsack What makes the voice work? The physics of the voice\, and does it really matter?\nPaul Deegan The Ships of Arcady: the moving story of the poet Francis Ledwidge\nKathleen McKellar Ferguson Taste the text and smell it first: a masterclass with students\nChristopher Goldsack and Janet Shell Preparing students to work with languages\, with a practical guide to the International Phonetics Alphabet.\nAngela Durrant Engaging with the ether: online singing lessons and using social media to market your singing business\nJoanne Edworthy How singing enhances the lives of people with Parkinson’s\n\n URL: LOCATION:Woodland Grange\, Old Milverton Lane\, Leamington Spa\, CV32 6RN\, United Kingdom CATEGORIES:Conferences,Courses,Summer schools ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/png: GEO:52.3100367;-1.5419059 X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-ADDRESS=Woodland Grange Old Milverton Lane Leamington Spa CV32 6RN United Kingdom;X-APPLE-RADIUS=500;X-TITLE=Old Milverton Lane:geo:-1.5419059,52.3100367 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID="Europe/London":20190721T080000 DTEND;TZID="Europe/London":20190804T170000 DTSTAMP:20190715T220540 CREATED:20190424T155824Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190529T135904Z SUMMARY:X International Summer Piano Academy Disentis\, Switzerland DESCRIPTION:About the course\nThe International Summer Piano Academy Disentis is a unique\, intensive two-week educational program for young pianists. \nThe course aims to discover\, to support and to promote young outstanding international pianists. Participants have an opportunity to develop their skills\, to work on repertoire and to extend the results onto the concert stage. \nThe course brings together young pianists with professors\, musicologists and leading journalists of the modern piano world. Over two weeks\, the participants will get regular tuition\, attend lectures\, seminars and workshops; they will perform in house concerts and public concerts. \nSome of the students will be recommended for participation in the concert series ‘Musik an der ETH’ in Zurich; most advanced students will also be able to receive financial support from our sponsors for their further education. \nHighlights \n\nPrivate tuition with renowned artists\nWorkshops and lectures of the leading experts of the modern piano world\nWeekend workshop with Bruno Monsaingeon\nConcert opportunities\nStudying in the atmosphere of music and creativity\nSport activities\nAccommodation with full board at the Disentis Abbey\nExclusive location  amidst the Graubündner Mountains at the sources of  Rhein\n\n\nGeneral information\nEligibility \nYoung pianists aged 15-35 presently studying or graduates of a music institution who wish to deepen their understanding of music and performing arts\, to enlarge their knowledge of the process of music making and to widen their artistic horizons\, those who have in view to make music their profession are welcome to take part in the work of the International Piano Summer Academy. \nLanguage \nGerman\, French\, English\, Russian. Working knowledge of one of these languages is required. \nFacilities \n\nThe International Summer Piano Academy provides all students with accommodation (single room) and full board during the entire period of their staying at Disentis Abbey.\nEvery student receives five one-hour individual lessons.\nPianos are available for practicing.\nHouse concerts and public concerts will feature most advanced students. Participation in concerts is encouraged\, though is not obligatory.\nThe students have free access to all activities of the course including other professors’ lessons\, lectures\, seminars\, to all house and public concerts\, and to all sport facilities (hiking\, tennis\, badminton and ping-pong).\nThe Abbey can accommodate members of the participant’s family for a period chosen: a subject of early booking; special charges apply.\n\nListeners \nThe Academy welcomes everybody who is wishing to participate in its work as a listener. Listeners enjoy the same privileges as students; however\, they do not receive private tuition. \nVenue: Disentis Abbey \nFounded in the 8th century\, Disentis Abbey is today the spiritual and educational centre of the Upper Rhine Valley (Vorderrheintal). The location of the Abbey provides Summer School participants not only with a very special and inspiring framework for the course\, but also provides the necessary background for both relaxation and concentration. \nTravel \n\nParticipants should arrange their travel to Disentis so that they are available at 15.00 on 21 July 2019\, reparting at 10.00 on 4 August 2019.\nTravel costs are additional to course costs.\nThe nearest airport is Zurich\nTrain travel: as follows: Zurich – Chur – Disentis\nBy car: Zurich – Chur – Disentis\n\nFor further details\, please\, consult your travel agent or \nFaculty\nProfessors\n\nLeslie Howard\nAndrea Lucchesini\nJura Margulis\nKonstantin Scherbakov\nRena Shereshevskaya\nElżbieta Stefańska (piano/cembalo)\n\nLecturers\n\nGustav Alink\nHarold Clarkson\nPeter Paul Kainrath\nRalf Niesel\n\nArtistic Director\n\nNina Orotchko\n\nWorkshop\n\nBruno Monsaingeon\n\nRegistration and fees\nApplications are possible for the whole period only. \nApplicants should fill in the application form online and must provide: \n\na letter of recommendation from their teacher or another professional musician\na cassette recording (audio tape\, CD or DVD recording) (not required from former Academy students)\nthe repertoire they desire to work on during the course (at least three different concert pieces)\napplication fee of CHF 100.- payable to ‘Musical Discovery’ in a check or money order or via electronic transfer. The fee is exclusive of the course costs and is not refundable\n\nApplication deadline: 21 June 2019 \nCancellation policy \n\nafter June 21\, 2019: half of the fee will be refunded\nafter July 5\, 2019: paid fee will not be refunded\n\nStudent: CHF 2\,500\nIncl. 5 hours private tuition\, 14 days accommodation (single room)\, full board\, free admission to all Academy’ activities\, such as concerts and lectures; participation in concerts\, practicing facilities. \nListener (2 weeks) CHF 1\,700\nIncl. 14 days accommodation (single room)\, full board\, free admission to all Academy’s activities\, such as concerts and lectures. \nListener (1 week) CHF 850\nIncl. 7 days accommodation (single room)\, full board\, free admission to all Academy’s activities\, such as concerts and lectures. \nListener (1 day) CHF 30\nAdmission to the lessons\, lectures and concerts of the day \nThe course fee must be paid within four weeks after the receipt of the letter of acceptance. \n URL: LOCATION:Disentis\, Disentis\, Switzerland CATEGORIES:Summer schools ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: GEO:46.7051127;8.8523754 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID="Europe/London":20190721T080000 DTEND;TZID="Europe/London":20190728T170000 DTSTAMP:20190715T220540 CREATED:20190424T161425Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190529T135905Z SUMMARY:Sherborne Choral Course 2019 DESCRIPTION:About the course\nJoin promising young singers and musicians from across the country on the inaugural Sherborne Choral Course for a week in the beautiful Dorset town of Sherborne. \n\nSing Choral Evensong in the historic Abbey\, and receive expert tuition in a school renowned for its musical tradition\, with access to first-rate facilities and three stunning organs.\nWork with composers and conductors John Rutter CBE and Bob Chilcott\, refining your technique and enhancing your application for a university choral or organ scholarship.\n\nThe Sherborne Choral Course is an opportunity not to be missed. Open to anyone aged 15 to 18\, it attracts some of the country’s finest young vocal talent. \n\nDevelop your talent and enhance your experience in choral singing\nThe Sherborne Choral Course offers a wonderful opportunity to sing evensong in an historic Abbey\, working with some of the country’s leading composers and educationalists. Our programme is designed to nurture your talents\, helping enhance your application for a university choral scholarship. Thanks to the residential nature of the course\, you will learn from each other in a supportive yet stretching environment. \nWe’re attracting the very best young vocal talent in the country: people between the ages of 15 and 18 with a passion for music\, a love of singing\, and a desire to learn more about the Church’s choral tradition. \nDuring the course of the week\, you will: \n\nSing Evensong and a Eucharist in Sherborne Abbey and daily Compline in the School Chapel\nLearn a new piece composed and conducted by John Rutter CBE\nWork with the composer Bob Chilcott and Sherborne’s Director of Music James Henderson\, as well as a team of specialist tutors and instrumentalists\nReceive one-to-one singing tuition\nParticipate in barbershop and opera chorus workshops\nForm friendships with your fellow singers\, sharing tips and insights about applying for university choral scholarships\n\nIf you have a passion for music and a desire to take your singing further\, the Sherborne Choral Course provides a wonderful experience that will live with you forever. \n\nAbout Sherborne\nVisitors to Sherborne can’t fail to notice the beautiful Benedictine Abbey standing at the very heart of the town. In its shadow are the historic buildings of Sherborne School – a prestigious boys’ boarding school with a strong choral tradition\, playing a full part in the liturgical life of the church. \nThat makes it the perfect setting for a summer choral school that develops the talents of boys and girls between the ages of 15 and 18. We attract a diverse group of attendees from a range of backgrounds\, distinguished by their vocal excellence. \nSherborne is easily accessible by rail or road\, with good links to London\, the South West and the North of England. It is a town of modest proportions\, but by no means lacking in vibrancy. Thanks to the presence of two high-profile boarding schools\, it is a place of intellectual energy and cultural stimulation. Its pretty high street is close to the School campus\, meaning ready access to cafés\, shops and supermarkets. \nChoral Course attendees stay in Sherborne School accommodation\, with girls and boys in separate houses. Everyone eats in the excellent School refectory and enjoys access to our brilliant School facilities. A pastoral team is on hand throughout the week\, providing care and support at every turn. \nSherborne is a wonderful home from home\, boasting stunning architecture\, a tangible sense of history\, and a warm\, friendly atmosphere. Along with the Abbey and our own School Chapel\, there are few finer locations to expand your horizons and prepare for your future as a singer. \nAbout our team\nA high-profile team of professional musicians and educators delivers the Sherborne Choral Course. Here is a brief guide to the main tutors. \nJohn Rutter CBE\nJohn Rutter is one of the best-known English composers and conductors of his generation. His music is characterised by beautiful melodies that resonate with audiences around the world. \nLonger compositions include Requiem\, Gloria\, Mass of the Children and The Gift of Life\, while his shorter pieces are justifiably famous. Many will be familiar with anthems such as For the Beauty of the Earth\, All Things Bright and Beautiful and The Lord Bless You and Keep You both from their extensive radio play and from performing them in concert. \nJohn was Director of Music at Clare College\, Cambridge\, and leads the Cambridge Singers\, who have made more than 50 recordings since the 1980s. He established the Collegium record label in 1983. \nJohn will be sharing a new composition at the Sherborne Choral Course\, leading the choir through rehearsals and conducting them during evensong in Sherborne Abbey. \nBob Chilcott\nBob Chilcott has been described by The Observer as a “contemporary hero of choral music” – an epithet that neatly captures his contribution to the British choral tradition. Bob was a choral scholar at King’s College\, Cambridge and performed with the highly popular King’s Singers for 12 years. \nWith a particular reputation for compositions that engage young people\, Bob is renowned for his friendly style. His St John Passion\, Salisbury Vespers and Requiem are well known to many\, both as recordings and performance pieces. They speak of his immersion in the Church’s choral tradition\, but Bob’s expertise does not end there. As Principal Guest Conductor of the BBC Singers since 2002\, he knows how to bring the best out of any choir\, whether they are preparing for a great liturgical act or to perform a piece of secular music in concert. \nJames Henderson\nAs Director of Music at Sherborne School\, James oversees the Sherborne Choral Course and is a lead tutor and conductor. \nAn experienced tutor on similar courses elsewhere in the country\, James is steeped in the Church’s musical traditions. He regularly conducts Sherborne’s choir as it leads services in the Abbey\, and works closely with the clergy and staff team to ensure that the music is of the very highest quality. \nJames came to Sherborne in 2005 having previously been involved with the music at Christ Church Cathedral\, Oxford\, and having been Director of Music at Portsmouth Grammar School where he worked with the London Mozart Players in the Portsmouth Festivities. Thanks in no small part to his visionary leadership of the department\, Sherborne is widely recognised as one of the country’s foremost independent schools for Music. Indeed\, The Week named the School ‘Best for Music’ in its Independent Schools Guide – a well-deserved accolade that underscores the credentials of its Choral Course. \nRegistration and fees\nVisit the Sherborne Choral Course website to register online. \nPlaces cost £650\, including all accommodation and meals.  \n\nAssistance with costs is available on application and is means tested.\nBook by 1st January 2019 for a 25% discount reducing the cost to £487.50.\n\n URL: LOCATION:Sherborne School\, Abbey Road\, Sherborne\, Dorset\, United Kingdom CATEGORIES:International,Summer schools,UK and Ireland ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: ORGANIZER;CN="Sherborne%20School" GEO:50.9477108;-2.5174516 X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-ADDRESS=Sherborne School Abbey Road Sherborne Dorset United Kingdom;X-APPLE-RADIUS=500;X-TITLE=Abbey Road:geo:-2.5174516,50.9477108 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID="Europe/London":20190721T210000 DTEND;TZID="Europe/London":20190803T170000 DTSTAMP:20190715T220540 CREATED:20190424T162219Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190529T135904Z SUMMARY:Oxford Cello School 2019 DESCRIPTION:About the course\nThe Oxford Cello School (OCS) is an international cello and double bass summer school founded in 1980 by Marianne Gottfeldt to provide a unique opportunity for cellists and bassists to focus on their instrument and receive the very best tuition in an intensive environment. \nThis remains our philosophy. Our dedicated and enthusiastic staff\, as well as other course members\, provide inspiration and encouragement which stimulates students to develop previously unexploited potential. \nSince its establishment the OCS has been proud to welcome students of all ages\, backgrounds\, nationalities and abilities. Our orchestras take advantage of the cello’s unrivalled versatility and have performed a vast repertoire of works from all musical eras including pieces from eminent modern composers commissioned by the OCS. \nWe take the task of helping players to improve very seriously and our excellent staff/student relationship creates the ideal relaxed atmosphere in which to achieve fantastic results. Flexibility is always a priority and we consider the individual needs of each and every student to be of paramount importance. \nWe look forward to working with you to make a year’s progress in a week! \n\nCourses\nPerformance courses \n\nPerformance (27 July – 3 August)\nPerformance Plus (24 July – 3 August)\n\nAdvanced courses \n\nAdvanced (27 July – 3 August)\nAdvanced Plus (24 July – 3 August)\n\nIntermediate courses \n\nIntermediate (27 July – 3 August)\nIntermediate Plus (24 July – 3 August)\n\nJunior course (24-28 July) \nExam booster course (29 July – 2 August) \nAdult diploma course (21-28 July) \nAdult advanced course (21-28 July) \nAdult improvers courses \n\nAdult improvers (21-25 July)\nAdult improvers Plus (21-28 July)\n\nDouble-bass teaching for cello teachers course (25-26 July) \n\nHonorary President: Leonid Gorokhov\nPatrons: Alexander Baillie\, Philip Sheppard\, David Strange\, Raphael Wallfisch\nDirectors: Stephen Gottfeldt\, Samantha Morgan \nFaculty\nVisiting professors 2019\n\nSung Won Yang\nCatherine Ardagh-Walter\nPierre Doumenge\n\nTeaching staff 2019\n\nKwêsi Edman\nPaul Cox\nElizabeth Parkin\nErin James\nElizabeth Harré\nClaire Babington\nMatthew Forbes\nKaty Cox\nDavid Kadumukasa\nTim Smedley\nHelen Downham\nChris Doggett\nPeteris Sokolovskis\nHannah Monkhouse\nArthur Boutillier\nLawrence Durkin\nTristan Horne\nSergio Serra\nMike Nowland\n\nRegistration and fees\nTo register online\, please visit the Oxford Cello School website. \n URL: CATEGORIES:International,Summer schools,UK and Ireland ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: ORGANIZER;CN="Oxford%20Cello%20School" END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID="Europe/London":20190723T090000 DTEND;TZID="Europe/London":20190727T170000 DTSTAMP:20190715T220540 CREATED:20190418T151138Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190529T135904Z SUMMARY:The Fifth International Conference on Technologies for Music Notation and Representation DESCRIPTION:In conjunction with the Australasian Computer Music Conference\, this five-day conference is dedicated to issues in theoretical and applied research and development in music notation and representation\, with a particular focus on computer tools and applications\, as well as a connection to music creation. \n‘Technology’ in the conference title refers to any means that may contribute to the notation\, representation and/or visualisation of music and sound for purposes that may include (but are not limited to) music composition\, performance\, representation\, transcription\, analysis and pedagogy. \n URL: LOCATION:Monash University\, Clayton Campus\, Wellington Rd\, Clayton\, Victoria\, Australia CATEGORIES:Conferences,International END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID="Europe/London":20190723T103000 DTEND;TZID="Europe/London":20190728T163000 DTSTAMP:20190715T220540 CREATED:20190424T150259Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190529T135804Z SUMMARY:Royal College of Organists The Organ Student Experience (TOSE) 2019 DESCRIPTION:About The Organ Student Experience (TOSE)\nWhether you are applying for or considering a university organ scholarship\, entry to a conservatoire\, taking up a gap-year organ scholarship\, or simply looking to develop your musicianship\, this Royal College of Organists course is for you. Just be sure to be of grade 7 standard or higher by the time the course takes place. \nUnder the artistic direction of Daniel Moult\, you will receive detailed tuition in repertoire playing\, performance skills\, technique\, keyboard skills\, choral directing and choral accompaniment. \nWe are based once again at Trinity College\, Cambridge with its celebrated and recently refurbished Metzler organ and many other practice facilities. Book early to guarantee a place and to secure the early bird rate which is available until 28 February. We welcome applications for bursaries (apply by 1 May at the latest). \nKey features\n\nExpert and inspiring teaching team with huge combined experience of music making and teaching at the highest level\nReceive tuition on many of the superb organs in Cambridge\nSing and direct choral services in Cambridge University college chapels\nGain insights into university and conservatoire organ auditions\nAttend concerts by recent competition winners\, Callum Alger and Johannes Krahl\nMake lasting friendships and forge vital connections both in classes and in the lively social programme\nBursaries available from the RCO to help with the cost of the fees (see below for details)\nAccommodation in single\, ensuite rooms\nSupervision from experienced pastoral staff\n\nTeachers\n\nDaniel Moult\, Course Director and head of the highly acclaimed organ department at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. One of the UK’s most versatile organists and hugely in demand as a concert organist and organ teacher and with many CD and DVD recordings to his name.\nSarah Baldock\, trail-blazing UK organist and choral director with prestigious cathedral and education appointments throughout her career. Prize winner at various international organ competitions. Another exciting addition to the vibrant TOSE team!\nTom Bell\, highly acclaimed UK performer\, teacher and animateur\, with a particular interest in contemporary music and cross-arts collaboation\, and Director of RCO North. A very popular TOSE teacher returns!\nTansy Castledine\, a dynamic and renowned musician and choral director\, who we are delighted to welcome to TOSE for the first time! Recently appointed Director of Music at Peterborough Cathedral.\nHenry Fairs\, stellar UK organist and teacher. Associate Head of Organ at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire and holding visiting and honorary professorships at Leipzig’s Musikhochschule and the University of St Andrews.\nErwan le Prado\, award winning\, charismatic performer and teacher. Renowned across Europe\, and based at St Etienne\, Caen with its superlative Cavaillé-Coll organ.\nSimon Williams\, Director for RCO East\, South and South West and Organist & Director of Music at St George’s Church\, Hanover Square in London’s West End.\n\nRegistration and fees\nVisit the Royal College of Organists website to book online. \nFees (the first figure given is for RCO Student Members; the second for non-Members) \n\nEarly-bird rates (available till 28 February) for those paying the fees in full: £630/£665\nBooking before 28 February but paying a deposit only (minimum £50\, balance due by 31 May) or booking from 1 March: £660/£695\nBed and Breakfast for the nights of Monday 24 and Sunday 28 July may be offered subject to availability and for an additional charge to be confirmed nearer the time. Please email to discus your needs.\n\nIf applying for a bursary please book your course place as soon as possible and before 1 May\, paying the deposit only\, and complete and return the bursary application form as soon as possible and before 1 May. \nClick here to download the bursary application form and here for general information about RCO bursaries.\nClick to email us with any questions. \nJoin the RCO \nStudent Membership costs £55 a year and is renewable on 1 July. The half-year rate for those joining between 1 January and 31 March is just £25 so why not join us and save the cost of the half-year membership by getting the £35 Student Member discount on the course fees! Those joining in the period April–June each year receive up to 15 months membership for the price of 12.\nClick here for further information. \n URL: LOCATION:Trinity College Cambridge\, Cambridge\, United Kingdom CATEGORIES:Summer schools ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg: GEO:52.205337;0.121817 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR