An opportunity to work on rarely-played works for classical orchestra (strings, 2 oboes and 2 horns) in a relaxed setting with experienced and sympathetic string player coaches.
STANDARD: CONFIDENT, SKILFUL
Resident: £339 Non-Resident: £246 (25% off for under 27s) Code: 22/266
Booking for Members opens at 11am on Monday 9 May 2022.
Non-Member and online booking opens at 11am on Monday 13 June 2022
For details on how to become a Member to take advantage of early booking, see here
What is the course about?
String Orchestra Plus returns again in 2022 with Nic Fallowfield, Richard Muncey and Jenny Curtis - colleagues in the Tedesca Quartet and among the most popular Benslow Music tutors. We once again invite players to join them in an exploration of music which seldom gets an outing in amateur orchestras.
Tutor website: www.tedesca.co.uk
What will we cover?
This year we are looking for an orchestra of strings plus two oboes and two horns and will be working on Mozart’s Symphony No 29 in A and Haydn’s Symphony No 44 ‘Trauer’.
What will we accomplish? By the end of this course you will be able to…
By the end of the course you will feel that you know a great deal more about our set works and their inner workings.
What level is the course and do I need any particular skills?
Standard: Confident, Skilful.
How will the course be taught, and will any preparation be required?
The course will focus on tutti sessions, although some sectional work may be necessary.
Will music be provided in advance of the course?
The parts will be available to download here before the course.
Is there anything I need to bring?
You, your instrument and music!
What previous participants said about this course…
“Excellent, good-humoured tuition, with many very useful tips. The highly skilled tutors really made it an enjoyable experience.”
“A friendly but professionally led course.”
“The rapport between the tutors and their open and encouraging attitude to participants made the course most enjoyable.”
“Amazing music, and amazing tutors, so we achieved far above what we could ever hope on our own.”