Superb and inspirational: you need to try it!
STANDARD: CONFIDENT, SKILFUL
Resident: £359 Non-Resident: £260 (25% off for under 27s) Code: 23/264
Booking for Members opens at 11am on Monday 27 February 2023.
Non-Member and online booking opens at 11am on Monday 27 March 2023.
For details on how to become a Member to take advantage of early booking, see here.
What is the course about?
Paul Harris, one of the UK’s most respected teachers and author of the Improve your Sight Reading series, leads this course designed to help musicians of approximatelyGrade 6 standard and above with their sight-reading skills through the holistic process of Simultaneous Learning. The course will help participants develop all the techniques required to sight-read with confidence and Paul will offer his unique approach to get you on the right track. All instruments welcome.
Tutor website: www.paulharristeaching.co.uk
What will we cover?
This course is designed to help musicians of Grade 6 standard and above with their sight-reading skills through the holistic process of Simultaneous Learning.
What will we accomplish? By the end of this course you will be able to…
Develop all the techniques required to sight-read with confidence and Paul will offer his unique approach to get you on the right track.
What level is the course and do I need any particular skills?
Instrumental or singing skills of about grade 6 level are helpful.
How will the course be taught, and will any preparation be required?
The course will involve group work and talks, including the opportunities for individual practice. No preparation is required.
Will music be provided in advance of the course?
No, it will be provided by the tutor on the course.
Is there anything I need to bring?
Just you and your instrument!
What previous participants said about this course…
"Absolutely fabulous. Best teacher I have ever had.”
“Superb and inspirational tutor who gave us a real and lasting of understanding of written music with lots of down to earth ideas which are easy to put into practice.”