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AUSTA Tasmania – upcoming events
AUSTA Tasmania has the following events planned for the coming months.
As registrations open, they will be published under events. Keep the dates free and register early so you don’t miss out.
String Teachers Forum – Bow strokes and technique. Date/Venue TBC. Fee: FREE EVENT. Info: Join professional teachers and players in discussions of specific bow strokes and how to approach them in teaching and in practice. AUSTA has invited string teachers and players from Hobart’s leading music schools, the TSO and Conservatorium of Music to present their topics.
Student Chamber Music Day: Proposed dates August 18/19. Venue TBC. Fees: $20 non-members, $10 members. Info: School-age students of all levels are encouraged to participate in an exciting event where participants are grouped into small string ensembles and work with industry professionals. A fantastic opportunity for musical kids to meet each and enjoy social music making!
AUSTA Tasmania State Chamber Music Weekend in Oatlands: proposed dates 22/23 Sept. Venues are various buildings around Oatlands Town Centre. Fees: $25 non-members, $15 members. Info: Pre-formed ensembles or individual players are most welcome to join adult string players from around the state workshop string chamber music with professionals from the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra. The event will conclude with a community concert and glorious afternoon tea.
AUSTA Tasmania and AMEB Award Concert for Best Performance in 2017 String Examinations: proposed dates: October 13/14. Venue: Scots Church, Bathurst Street Hobart. Fees: Ticket prices TBC. Info: Exciting violinist Grace Thorpe will perform a recital hosted by AUSTA Tasmania and AMEB Tasmania in recognition of her wonderful achievements.
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13apr2:00 PM5:30 AMAUSTA TAS StringMania! FestivalProfessional performers and teachers from around Australia offering workshops, professional development, performance feedback and early-years education!