Lærerkurs i Valdres fra 22.juni til 27.juni
Valdres sommersymfoni er svært glade for å annonsere at det populære lærerkurset er tilbake i Valdres i sommer, i tett samarbeid med Innlandet musikkråd! Vi er heldige som har med oss den erfarne og eminente pedagogen Grete Helle Rasmussen til å arrangere dette.
I år tilbyr vi et unikt kurs som gir instrumentallærere mulighet til å utveksle erfaringer med dyktige lærere fra inn- og utland, hente inspirasjon og bli faglig oppdatert. Vi tilbyr 5 dager – fra 22.-27. juni – med foredrag, konserter, observasjon av spilletimer og mesterklasser samt faglige diskusjoner om aktuelle utfordringer i arbeidet med musikkinteresserte barn og unge. Kurset arrangeres på Scandic Valdres. Parallelt arrangeres også Valdres sommersymfoni – festivalen. Denne perioden byr med andre ord på muligheter for fantastiske musikkopplevelser og faglig input.
Det er begrenset med plasser så søk snarest, og senest innen 15 mai.
Basic Introductory Course with Géza Szilvay
Dates: Monday 13th June – Sunday 19th June 2022, 11:00 a.m. – 2 p.m. Helsinki time (EEST UTC+3)
Distinguished violin pedagogue Professor Géza Szilvay will give 21 hours of real-time online training on the basics of the Colourstrings Method. The training is in English language.
For who: The training is especially for violin and viola teachers and advanced students, and for those pedagogues who are responsible for teaching methodology in universities and conservatories. However, anyone who is interested in the subject is warmly welcome to participate. Previous knowledge of the Colourstrings Method is not necessary. We encourage you to keep your instrument at hand, so that you can try the exercises on your own during the training.
Kindly notice that this online course is primarily meant to be real-time training, and we don’t automatically send a recording about the sessions afterwards. If you’re not able to attend a certain session, we can arrange a review for you on request.
- Special features of the Colourstrings Method
- Developing the basic holds, basic movements and basic rhythms on open string
- The bow hold
- Connecting the movements of the two hands
- Natural harmonics in first position
- Introducing the one line system
- Left hand stopping motion
- Introducing the two line system
- Pentachord melodies
- Introducing the two line system within the five-line stave
- New rhythms and bow division
- Double stops
- Major and minor pentachord
- New finger patterns
- Major and minor hexachord
- Mixed finger pattern
- Diatony, major and minor melodies
- Arpeggios and chords
- From Monday 13th June until 19th June 2022 (7 days): Every day 11:00am-2:00pm (3 hours)
(Helsinki time EEST UTC+3.)
- Early bird (until 22nd May 2022): 270 €
- Normal price (after 22nd May 2022): 320 €
Places are limited and they will be reserved based on the order of application. The online sessions will be held by using Cisco Webex system, which is easy to use with your own device. We send more detailed practical information about the training for the participants before the event. If you don’t receive the email, please check your spam folder.
Caprice Oy reserves the right to cancel the online course, if the minimum number of participants is not reached. In that case the participation fee will be refunded in full. Otherwise the fee is not reimbursable, and it cannot be used to to any other online session or product. By buing the online course you give your consent to Caprice to record the event and to take pictures of it for archive, review and promotional purposes. Taking pictures, complete and partial recording, or broadcasting of the event by the participants is forbidden and constitutes an infringement of Caprice’s intellectual property rights. Caprice reserves all rights to take legal actions against illegal recording and versions of the event.
If you have any questions, please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Paul Rolland String Pedagogy Workshop – digital
June 27–July 1, 2022
Offered online via livestream.
Synchronous sessions occur 9am–5pm Central Time.
Hosted by the School of Music
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Participants receive personalized information on the applications of Paul Rolland String Pedagogy from an expert faculty with diverse backgrounds in all types of string teaching environments.