MINI VIRTUAL SESSIONS
WHAT ARE THEY?

The Mini Virtual Sessions are short, focused workshops designed to provide in depth and detailed exploration on a wide variety of topics. There will be separate sessions for young people, music students, teachers and adult learners.

These workshops will be in the form of practical sessions concentrating on technique, physicality and wellbeing, as well as discussion sessions and a focus on personal and professional development for students and teachers.

HOW OFTEN DO THEY RUN?

A new series of sessions will be delivered each month with sign-up opening mid-way through the previous month. October's Mini Sessions are now open for sign up.

HOW ARE THE WORKSHOPS TAUGHT?

All workshops are taught through Zoom. All participants are asked to agree to an online code of conduct when you sign up, and to read and agree to our policies

HOW DO I KNOW IF THE WORKSHOP IS RIGHT FOR ME?

Playing level recommendations are only recommendations - this should not stop you signing up to any workshop you feel you would benefit from.

WHAT’S HAPPENING IN OCTOBER?

Please read on to find out what Mini Sessions are running in October. There are various closing dates for the sessions - each workshop’s information includes its closing date. 

October Mini Sessions Overview
  • How to Practice

  • Beginner Upper Strings: Exploring Beginner Techniques

  • Upper Strings & Cello: Introduction to Vibrato (separate workshops)

  • Upper Strings: Advanced Vibrato (Higher Positions & Double Stops)

  • Advanced Musicians: Audition Tips

  • Beginners: Rhythm Basics (All Instruments)

  • Get Creative! (All Instruments)

  • Musicians’ Wellbeing (age 15+)

  • Introduction to Harmony (All Instruments)

School
Age
Musicians
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  • Musicians’ Wellbeing

  • Adult Learners: Technique Sessions for Violin & Viola

  • Teaching Primary Class Music

  • Audition Tips

Students, Teachers
and Adults
WHO IS TUTORING ON THESE WORKSHOPS?

Each of the sessions are delivered by our incredibly diverse and experienced team of Tutors and Ambassadors. Each and every one of them are not only extraordinary instrumentalists and teachers, but are also the most wonderfully joyous, yet serious individuals. Find out more about our tutors here

HOW DO I SIGN UP AND IS THERE A FEE TO PAY?

     To sign up:

  • Please read through the full workshop description, then click the link to take you to the sign-up forms

  • Each workshop has a small admin fee – your place is confirmed when the admin fee has been received

  • Bursary support is available – no one will be prevented from attending due to financial circumstances. Please tick the box on the sign-up form if you would like to request assistance and a member of our team will be in touch. All information will be treated confidentially

  • All of the Foundation’s online work is made as accessible as possible, with many of our resources available free of charge. However, we rely solely on donations to carry out our work

  • If you are in a position to make an additional donation towards the cost of the workshops, we would be extremely grateful. You can make a donation here

Please remember that no matter what your circumstances, we are dedicated to giving you the best experience

FAQs

If you have any questions, please read through the information on the individual workshops and check our FAQ page. For any other questions, please contact us by email – info@benedettifoundation.org and one of the team will get back to you.

The Benedetti Foundation is a Scottish company limited by guarantee with charitable status. Company number: 636675. Charity number: SC049688

© 2019 The Benedetti Foundation 

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