Strings Workshop Series :
musicians’ secret to success
July 26th, 2014
Discover musicians’ secret to success and effective music playing from this workshop.
The workshop will be presented by Mr. Jeremy Chiew, Master of Music in Viola Performance and a recipient of the prestigious Patricia Sherman Award.
In this workshop, you will be guided to acquire new and some exciting key techniques in string performance, and play with confidence.
Learn to appreciate what a “good sound” is, the desirable “tone colour” and be able to re-produce them. We help you sharpen your musical senses
Learn to “listen” and “play together” in an ensemble setting.
Learn to play with ease, minimizing discomfort and injury. Staying well even after a long rehearsal at the end of the day. In this section, you will get a chance to try out different types of shoulder-rest and chin-rest to find one that works best for you.
Plus receive a one-on-one private coaching session to organise your techniques.
Date: 26 July 2014, Saturday
Light refreshment will be served
Venue: Johann Strings Studio, 3 Niven Road #01-02 Niven Suites Singapore 228360
Violist and Dalcroze practitioner Jeremy Chiew recently graduated with a Masters in Viola Performance from the Longy School of Music of Bard College, under the tutelage of Dimitri Murrath. A recipient of the Patricia Sherman Award, Jeremy has participated in the master-classes of eminent musicians such as Caroline Coade, Emmanuella Reiter, Yizhak Schotten, Carold Rodland and Michelle LaCourse, and his past teachers include Jiri Heger, Han Oh, Judy Tay and Wee Hsin Tan.
Recent concert appearances include the Boston Chamber Symphony, New England Repertory Orchestra and Boston Civic Symphony. During his time in Singapore Jeremy led / joined local performing ensembles such as The Philharmonic Orchestra (TPO), Singapore Festival Orchestra (SFO), re:mix and the Singapore Lyric Opera (SLO).
Sources of materials:
Teachings of Emile Jaques-Dalcroze (Musical senses) and Karen Tuttle (String Mechanics).
“evening Classical Chillout”
Concert by two professional violinists
Sept 27th, 2014
Having a week of hard work, endless meetings or agendas? Leave all these behind and look forward to a relaxing, musical evening.