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Why Teach Fundamentals? (For String Teachers)

Wednesday 3 November

7.30-8.30pm UK Time

Presenter: Amy Beth Horman

Join violinist, educator and founder of ‘Violin Breakfast’, Amy Beth Horman for an in-depth exploration and a session packed full of ideas for developing the fundamentals with your pupils.

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Amy Beth Horman

 
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Utilising Online Resources

Wednesday 10 November

7.30-8.30pm UK Time

Presenter: Arlene Macfarlane

In this session, we’ll be chatting about online resources for instrumental teaching and their place in both online and in-person teaching.

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Arlene Macfarlane

 

Becoming the Primary Music Specialist

Wednesday 17 November

7.30-8.30pm UK Time

Presenter: Jimmy Rotheram

This session is designed for primary classroom teachers who are beginning out or currently working as a primary music specialist and would be most beneficial for those working in primary schools across England. In this session, we’ll be chatting about the primary music models in your schools, successes and challenges and sharing best practice.

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Jimmy Rotheram

 
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Skills Progression in Upper Strings Exams (Grade 1-5) – A Collaborative Session facilitated by Rachel Cooper

Sunday 21 November

4-5pm UK Time

Host: Rachel Cooper

This session is free to teachers (please donate what you can, if you can)

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Rachel Cooper

This will be a collaborative session exploring the key technical and musical concepts explored in the progression of exam repertoire (Grade 1-5). This session is also an exciting opportunity to share thoughts and ideas about how we might teach these key concepts.

 
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The First Lesson (Upper Strings)

Wednesday 24 November

7.30-8.30pm UK Time

Presenter: Rachel Cooper

In this session, Rachel will lead a discussion on the first lesson for violin and viola players. This chat will focus on both sharing strategies and ideas for working with beginners of primary age and inheriting new pupils who have already been playing for some time.

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Rachel Cooper