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Collaborative Composition: Tools, Techniques and Challenges – Free professional development opportunity for local music leaders.

Are you a Hull based music leader, involved in leading collaborative music making in community settings?

Would you like to give yourself some time to reflect on best practice?

This opportunity is for local musicians to benefit from free training with visiting composer James Redwood. This series of three training days is available as part of the PRSF New Music Biennial Composer Residency programme.

  • 18 January, 9am-4pm at Albemarle Music Centre, Ferensway.
  • 23 Feburary, 9am-4pm at Albemarle Music Centre, Ferensway.
  • 23 March, 10am-4pm, at Queens Hall, Jubliee Church, King Edward St.

Themes covered will include:

  • Sharing ideas about best practice in leading collaborative music making.
  • How music leaders can practically support composition projects.
  • Sharing practical games, activities and compositional starting points for creative workshops.

Previous participants in these sessions have really valued them, and found them to be stimulating, fun and really inspiring.

Please contact clare.drury@hull2017.co.uk to book your place – providing your contact details, any special needs for access, and confirming availability for sessions.

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