undefinedShea Lolin is a dynamic and versatile freelance musician living in London. His principal studies were in clarinet performance, composition and conducting at Colchester Institute and has since developed an inimitable portfolio career as a conductor, performer and teacher.

A not-to-be missed opportunity to develop both individualized clarinet technique and musicianship skills in a challenging, rigorous but supportive environment.

STANDARD: LOWER/UPPER INTERMEDIATE, ADVANCED

Resident: £420 Non-Resident: £320 Code: 20/326

What is the course about?

This course, which carefully caters for a wide ability range, aims to develop your solo and ensemble playing both by working through the pieces you bring along and by presenting you with fresh challenges. You will have the chance to work with the course pianist individually on pieces you have previously prepared, and should you want to share your performance with the group then you can, in a supportive, informal ambience. All areas of performance, including stagecraft and coping with nerves, will be addressed, and we’ll also look at practice, rehearsal and sight-reading techniques, issues common at all levels of playing.

What level is the course and do I need any particular skills?

Lower/Upper Intermediate, Advanced

What previous participants said about this course…

“Accomplished expertise from both Anthony and Dan, finely tuned to individual needs and preferences. Really appreciated the opportunity to have time to reflect on chosen works and then be supported, encouraged, urged to put ideas into practice.”

“A not-to-be missed opportunity to develop both individualized clarinet technique and musicianship skills in a challenging, rigorous but supportive environment.”

“It took me out of my comfort zone which I appreciated (afterwards!)”