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Klezmer Workshop A pedagogy workshop led by: Pip Thompson For participants at AMEB Grade 5 level or above Date & Time: Sunday, 7th August, 2pm – 4pm Venue: Cook Community Hub Hall. Templeton St. Cook In
A pedagogy workshop led by:
For participants at AMEB Grade 5 level or above
Date & Time: Sunday, 7th August, 2pm – 4pm
Venue: Cook Community Hub Hall. Templeton St. Cook
In this workshop Pip Thompson will teach some of the fundamentals of Klezmer string style. Participants will learn the history of Klezmer music and its place in Eastern European Jewish society, and gain an understanding of the breadth of its influence. Pip will share stories of her own experience playing and researching Klezmer in Hungary, Romania and Moldova.
The workshop will encompass learning some Klezmer melodies, ornamentation styles and accompaniment roles. Pip will demonstrate an older, pre-World War II klezmer style quite different from that heard on many modern recordings. The workshop will culminate in the formation of a string ‘kapelye’ or Klezmer band where all participants can experiment with fulfilling the different roles of a Klezmer band.
As well as learning the basics of this intricate style, participation in the workshop will give an insight into teaching and learning Klezmer-influenced classical music by composers such as Bloch and Shostakovich.
This workshop is for musicians Grade 5 & above as the music is quite complex and is open to both students and adults.
Bring your instruments.
AUSTA Member: $20.00
Family: $30.00 for two participants
(Sunday) 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
The VCE String Masterclass is now open for booking. Our string pedagogue for 2022 is Roy Theaker. This masterclass is for students in Years 11 and 12 preparing for performance
The VCE String Masterclass is now open for booking.
Our string pedagogue for 2022 is Roy Theaker.
This masterclass is for students in Years 11 and 12
preparing for performance examinations. String
students and string chamber groups are invited
to apply. Year 11 IB performers are also welcome.
Performers will have a minimum of 20 minutes
each and more than one work may be presented.
Students need to bring their own accompanist for
works with piano. Performers must register for this
event. (See details below.) Register early to avoid
missing out! Registration opens on June 1.
Date&Time: Sunday August 28, 2-5pm
Venue: Brimacombe Hall, Kingswood
College 355 Station St
Box Hill South VIC 3128
Fees: $40 per performer, one family
Performers must register to receive a special
Registrations: Janet Fernandes
Observers: Members $20,
Booking link for observers:
(Sunday) 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Brimacombe Hall, Kingswood College