2nd ANNUAL SUMMER MUSIC CAMP
National Symphony Orchestra
20th, JUNE TO 1st, JULY 2011
Venue: Ebenezer "Epworth Hall" on Shirley Street
on the success of last year’s summer music camp, the BNSO will again
offer a two-week music camp for violin, viola, cello, and double bass
players as well as wind and reed instruments and percussion.
Martin Goldman, Violist/Violinist, Suzuki Method Teacher
Douglas Turnquest, Denis Donaldson
Intermediate and Advanced
9:00am - 11:00am
Individual supervised practice: individual instruction/coaching each hour every
day, weekly video lab to record and watch themselves playing.
11:00am - noon
Singing for harmony and intonation.
Understanding intervals: sing and identify all intervals.
History of violin
Some DVD’s of historic and present performers both classical and other.
There are wonderful classical composers today, it’s never stopped
L U N C H
Review of physical exercises that will enhance their playing and stamina
To include solo repertoire where it overlaps.
Ensemble pieces to present at final concert
Beginners and others
Physical exercises to stretch and strengthen especially upper body
Music mind games and reading musical symbols
Singing easy songs for pitch and basic intervals
Rhythm in music
Story telling relating to music, Peter and the Wolfe, etc.
Poetry with emotions, beats and story lines
Adding movement to these ideas
Group classes with instruments
Emphasis on discipline of posture, (for example, bow position and violin
To include individual instruction in a group/master class setting
Attending parents can also participate.
L U N C H
A programme will be decided depending on the number of registrations.
After 3:00 pm
Additional individual violin or viola lessons may be scheduled with Mr Goldman.