Flute Master Class with Clare Southworth
Enroll by November 14, 2014 for the live class on November 15.
We are thrilled to offer this Flute Master Class with Clare Southworth. This live online class allows you to learn and interact directly with this world-renowned flutist and educator, wherever you are.
MORE ABOUT CLARE SOUTHWORTH
Clare Southworth, international soloist, Professor of Flute at the Royal Academy of Music, and international Miyazawa artist, enjoys a highly successful and varied career as performer, teacher and author, and is internationally acclaimed as one of the leading flutists of her generation. Her many prizes include, International First Prize Winner of America’s National Flute Association Competition, Winner of North West Arts Platform and Prize Winner of the Madeira International Flute Competition.
Her flute has taken her to Europe, America, and Asia and she has performed as guest soloist for the American, German and British Flute Societies. She is renowned for her innovative programming, embracing a wide repertoire, combining both traditional and non-traditional genres and for her ability to combine performance with tuition at the highest level.
She has recorded four acclaimed CD’s, Sonatas and Classic Touch with her accompanist Tim Carey, Miyazawa Plays Caliendo and The Bad Tempered Flute featuring the music of Andy Scott.
Chamber music has always played a major role in Clare’s career and she has recently formed Caliente!, an exciting and unique trio with a line up of flute, tenor saxophone and harp featuring Andy and Lauren Scott.
Clare is recognized as one of the country’s leading flute teachers and was Professor of Flute at the R.N.C.M. for 17 years, a position that was offered to her only three years after graduating. She has been Professor of Flute at the Royal Academy of Music since 2001. Clare has always had a great deal of contact with young musicians, teaching for many years at RNCM Junior School, Chetham’s School of Music and The Purcell School. She has been the director of the Just Flutes “International Flute Summer School” for 20 years which has become one of the most successful summer schools of the last decade.
Other work includes being a ‘mentor’ for the ARSBMs’ Professional Development Course for teachers and Clare has also written course work for the MTTP teacher development course at Reading University.
Clare has recently launched a series of audio and visual podcasts called Flutefiles, covering many aspects of flute technique and performance skills. Her books “Flute Aerobics”, “Light Aerobics” “Sequentials” and “The Expression of Colour”, have become best sellers. Clare is a Miyazawa International Artist and flute editor of Astute Music.
In her "free" time, Clare looks after her two children and husband, grows vegetables, plays golf and cooks!
RELATED LINKS FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT CLARE AND HER WORK:
Clare Southworth's Website
Clare Southworth's book, The Expression of Color
Flute Sonatas CD/MP3
Classic Touch CD/MP3
More Books and Discography from Clare Southworth
Saturday, November 15, 2014
8:00 pm London | 4:00 pm Eastern | 1:00 pm Pacific
Duration: 60 min.
Sessions are recorded, so enrolled participants can also watch afterward.
Attend online via high-quality video conference.
We ask that you express the topics you are most interested in when you sign up above, and Ms. Southworth will take your interest into account as she finalizes the course materials. There will also be Q&A segments in each session.
Topics will include:
Posture, hand positions, and breathing
How to introduce colour
Dynamics and pitch control
Topics may also include:
How to practice
Developing finger techniques
HOW IT WORKS
These are live classes taught over high performing video conference. Students can connect to the online platform using a tablet or computer with reliable internet. To actively participate students also need a webcam. The live sessions are recorded so that all enrolled students can review the class sessions following the live class. Active participants will have the opportunity to submit work for feedback, and ask questions and demonstrate to the class. Auditors will watch and listen online, but not ask questions or submit work for feedback. Students can connect to the online platform using a tablet or computer with reliable internet. To actively participate online students also need a webcam with microphone. Class recordings will be available for viewing within 48 hours of the live class.
If you have questions, please contact us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 1-800-211-7058.