Virtual Masterclasses

Date: Sunday 13th June 2021, 2pm-4pm

Instruments: Violin, Viola, Cello, Piano, Clarinet, Flute

Deadline for recordings: Monday 24th May 2021

Categories

1. Primary/Secondary School children (at grade 5 level and above), free of charge

2. Adult amateurs/semi professionals,  £10

On the afternoon of Sunday 13th June, we will be offering an exciting opportunity for instrumentalists from Grade 5 (Intermediate) level and beyond to get feedback and advice from our Core Musicians. 

 

All of our musicians are experienced teachers with a passion for music education. So if you have a piece or two that you would like to receive professional feedback on, this is the perfect opportunity! Whether it be an exam or performance you are working towards, or if you want a different perspective – these masterclasses will offer a unique insight into the music that you are playing. 

 

Masterclasses offered will be for Violin, Viola, Cello, Piano, Clarinet, Flute, Saxophone, Oboe and Bassoon. Participants will be required to pre-record their performance in advance of the class, and be present for the full duration of the class on Zoom. Extracts of the performance will be shown where relevant for commentary. Exact timings of the classes are dependant on how many people apply, but we will ensure that every person will be given at least 30 minutes. 

 

Flute

How to Enter

Register your interest (below), and pay the fee if applicable. Please note that places are limited and will be allocated on a first-come fist-served basis.

 

Record your performance and send it to thefestivalfresco@gmail.com by Monday 24th May. Please include your full name, the title/composer of the piece(s), and a scan or photo of the score. Recordings must include both video and audio, and be no longer than10 minutes with a maximum of 2 pieces.

Once the submission deadline has passed, we will send out an email with further details of the classes and the Zoom link. 

  • Sun, 13 Jun
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    13 Jun, 14:00
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  • Sun, 13 Jun
    Zoom
    13 Jun, 14:00 – 16:00
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