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Subject: Humber CPD Network Training Days
From: Sttaw Legend
Date: 10 Nov 08 - 08:00 AM

Hi, Thought I would let you know about these training opportunities for Community Musicians, Musicians, Vocalists, Teachers etc with Humbersound Music CPD Network Training Days. These are really excellent training days. All the information is below but please PM me if you need any further infomation:

First one is Saturday November 29th 2008 in Hull

MusicLeader Yorkshire is delighted to be continuing our work in the Humber region with the launch of our Music CPD Network. Developed out of our previous successes delivering training in association with Humbersound, this programme is open to anyone who wishes to attend and should provide lots of tasty morsels to entice music leaders of any age, experience and background. The network will meet over 4 days and pracititoners will have the opportunity to access training from leading music professionals and share practice, contacts and project information. Anyone is welcome – just book a place and come along!

The dates and topics for the 2008 – 9 academic year are:

Saturday 29th November 2008
EFFECTIVE LEADING OF GROUPS
Phil Mullen, Goldsmith's College, London
The Quality Royal Hotel, Hull
10am – 4pm

This workshop will combine practical music making examples with drama exercises and insights into leadership theory to enable participants to improve their group leadership skills. At the end of the session, participants will:

• Have developed a repertoire for physically directing a group
• Been given coaching in voice tone and body stance and language
• Dealt with issues in workshop leadership
• Explored the differing roles demanded of the workshop leader including teaching and facilitation
• Addressed issues of classroom, workspace and behaviour management
• Examined practical leadership through a number of musical pieces

Sunday 8th February 2009
MUSICAL MISH MASH!
Chris Bartram
The Ropewalk, Barton upon Humber
10am – 4pm

Chris presents a day jam packed with musical morsels – from games to rhythmic ideas and tips on starting points for workshops. Join the musical melee for a bag full of repertoire to take away and use in any successful workshop!

Saturday 2nd May 2009
IMAGINATIVE WAYS INTO GROUP SINGING
Em Whitfield Brooks
The Ropewalk, Barton upon Humber
10am – 4pm

Back by popular demand, nationally renowned singer and workshop leader Em Whitfield Brooks leads practitioners through a variety of repertoire and techniques to get groups singing, both through standard repertoire and also in devising more creative explorations of vocal work. Presented in association with Sing Up!

Sunday 7th June 2009
EXPLORING THE WORLD OF SAMBA
Julian Coburn Hough
The Quality Royal Hotel, Hull
10am – 4pm

Julian explores Samba rhythms as an essential way in to any musical project. As an ice breaker, for gaining confidence, for pulse recognition, for more established or experienced musicians to learn how to groove, for ensemble techniques, for learning syncopation, as a spring board to expressive compostion - the list goes on and on!

Drumming will never be the same again!

Each day will cost £25 to attend (£50 for non MusicLeader members), but book a place on all 4 days for only £80 (£160 for non MusicLeader members). For more information on how to join Humbersound, please contact Dave Watts on davewatts@dall.karoo.co.uk 07980 282 266.


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