Violoncello Workshop Day with renowned international cellist Lowri Blake
Violoncello Workshop Day with renowned international cellist Lowri Blake St Matthew’s Primary School, Cambridge
Saturday 12th December 2015
10.00am – 5.00pm
The Breathing Bow Ruth Phillips
Ruth Phillips will be one of our presenters at this year's Bolton Conference on the 29th of November. She will also be running a workshop on the 27th of November in the Peak District. Come to both if you can!
29th November 2015
Bolton National Conference for string teachers.
JESTA play day for young string players.
Sunday 29th November 2015
A day of masterclasses, workshops and lectures featuring:
9.30am Kay Tucker Early Years Teaching
11.00am Masterclass with Chris Allan and Cathy Leech
1.00pm Jessica O'Leary ABRSM The new string syllabus
2.15pm Ruth Philips The Breathing Bow
The JESTA Playday will run alongside the conference. Click www.estastringsevents.org/boltonconference/home for more details.
November 29th, 2015, 9am to 4pm
Bolton Music Centre
There will also be some stalls including ABRSM and D'Addario.
22nd November 2015
Alexander Technique workshop with Henry Fagg 22nd November Primrose Hill 2.30-5.30 All welcome!
Our next Pathways session is this Sunday with Henry Fagg on Alexander Technique: 10 ways the Alexander Technique will improve your string playing and teaching with Henry Fagg
All sessions are 2.30-5.30 at the Primrose Hill Community Centre. London NW1 8TN
For more details see: www.estastringsevents.org/PathwaysInTeachi/home
15th November Pathways in Teaching
Manage your Nerves with Charlotte Tomlinson charlottetomlinson.com
The aim of this talk is to look at how performance anxiety can arise and the possible psychological reasons behind it, along with some simple practical tools to manage the anxiety better. The performance workshop that follows it is an opportunity to put the information into practice. Students play a short extract from a piece, and are supported in finding new freer and more enjoyable ways of managing performance situations.
“The practical session after the talk completely changed my view on dealing with performance nerves. Finally, I had practical solutions, which really worked and allowed me to play as well as I know I can.” Music undergraduate, Oxford University
“The students themselves were thrilled with the event…the performance workshop after the talk was spot on and you really tuned right in to their issues and what they needed in the moment. Very intuitive indeed!” International Piano Academy of Ireland.
Pathways in Teaching Autumn series.
This October and November we have 4 exciting new Sunday afternoons to offer you.
4th of October: The Music Student as an athlete- a mental and physical approach with William Bruce
11th of October: Behind the Examiner's Chair - an insight in preparing students for ABRSM with Jessica O'Leary
15th of November: Manage your Nerves with Charlotte Tomlinson
22nd of November: 10 ways the Alexander Technique will improve your string playing and teaching with Henry Fagg
All taking place at our usual Pathways venue in Primrose Hill NW1 8TN.
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