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Masterclass with Goetz Richter

These sessions offer students an opportunity to expand their knowledge and skills in a positive and supportive environment. Masterclasses will be offered throughout the year covering various topics.

Date Masterclass
Wednesday 4 April James Ehnes
Violin Masterclass
Saturday 25 August Goetz Richter
Strings Workshop/Masterclass

Saturday 15 September Konstantin Shamray
Piano Workshop/Masterclass

Saturday 29 September

Australian String Quartet
Ensemble Workshop/Masterclass

Saturday 10 November Dr Luke Dollman
Audition Preparation Masterclass for intermediate and advanced OMA students

In these sessions all Open Music Academy students come together to create new music in an informal and fun environment, guided by highly experienced animateur, workshop leader and performer, Julian Ferraretto. Through these sessions students will develop their natural creativity and establish ensemble skills. Students should bring their instruments and percussion instruments will also be provided. The sessions are designed to accommodate all levels of experience.

Date
Saturday 7 April
Saturday 12 May
Saturday 4 August
Saturday 17 November
Saturday 24 November

Junior String Ensemble

In this group the junior string students in the Open Music Academy are invited to come together in regular ensemble sessions, in which they will learn the fundamentals of string ensemble playing. There will be a focus on key string skills such as intonation, bow strokes and tone production as well as general musicianship skills such as aural awareness, rhythmic precision and communication in a group. This ensemble session will help all students to develop their skills to the next level in a fun, supportive environment.

Choir

In these sessions, all Open Music Academy students are invited to join together in a choir, led by highly experienced vocal teacher Bethany Hill. Singing is a crucial foundation skill for all musicians- it develops aural awareness, listening skills, security of intonation and a sense of phrasing. Through these sessions all students will develop a new level of confidence and positivity in their singing skills, as well as improving their general musicianship and ensemble skills.

Junior Wind / Brass Ensemble

In this group the junior wind / brass students in the Open Music Academy are invited to come together in regular ensemble sessions, in which they will learn the fundamentals of wind / brass playing. There will be a focus on key skills such as intonation and tone production as well as general musicianship skills such as aural awareness, rhythmic precision and communication in a group. This ensemble session will help all students to develop their skills to the next level in a fun, supportive environment.

Advanced Theory Group

These sessions are designed to develop the theoretical and aural skills of students through a range of practical activities. Theory and aural skills are essential foundation elements for all musicians and provide a host of benefits across a wide range of musical activities. Memorisation becomes more secure, creativity is enriched, sight reading improves as pattern recognition and ‘inner hearing’ or ‘audiation’ skills improve, and musical interpretations become more sophisticated with a deepening understanding of phrases, harmony and structural form.

Date
Saturday 27 October
Saturday 10 November
Saturday 24 November
Saturday 8 December
Elder Conservatorium of Music

Faculty of Arts

THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE

SA 5005 AUSTRALIA

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