POSTPONED Conducting Workshop Program 2020

Because of the current COVID-19 pandemic, in the interests of the health of conductors, players and community, the conducting workshops on the 18 & 25 March have been postponed to a date to be determined. Please keep in contact with Roland and this website for future arrangements.

Conductors and those wanting to develop their skills in conducting are invited to participate in one of two (or both) conducting workshops lead by Roland Yeung an experienced music educator, conductor and conducting teacher.

Closing date is 16th March 2020 or as soon as the Full Participant places are full.

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Roland Yeung is the Principal Conductor and Music Director of The Grainger Wind Symphony, a not-for-profit community music group that performs works of the highest quality for over 30 years in Melbourne. He teaches using the principle and techniques of the Saito Conducting Method that includes a catalogue of gestures no where else seen in the field of conducting. The aim of conducting is to reinforce musical intentions of the composer and the artistry of the players whilst also exerting and artistic will on those performing the work. The understand of posture and biomechanics is important to achieve clarity in gestures and maintaining a pain free conducting experience. For more details about Roland, click here.

Enquiries. Roland Yeung

e: roland.yeung@graingerwindsymphony.asn.au or m: 0432 445577.

To Book a Place. Attendees can book a place for 18th and or 25th March as a Full Conducting participant, a Full Concession (for full-time students), an Observer or Observer Concession (for full time students). Bookings and payment is made via TryBooking. For a direct link, click here.

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