Hamilton Halton 2017/2018 Event Calendar
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The Art of ‘Rearranging’ Popular Music
Do you have students learning poorly arranged sheet music downloaded online? Are you frustrated with finding only difficult arrangements of the newest popular songs? Is the idea of dabbling into popular music daunting? This highly interactive workshop will approach difficulties encountered in teaching and learning popular music and show how to tailor arrangements to suit the needs of any student.
About Christine Tithecott
Christine Tithecott holds a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Piano Performance and Pedagogy from the University of Iowa, as well as a MMus in Performance and a BMus (Honours) in Music Education from the University of Western Ontario. She has worked previously at Iowa State University in Ames, IA.
In high demand as a clinician and adjudicator, Dr. Tithecott presents master classes for young pianists and workshops on pedagogical topics for piano teachers throughout North America. She has presented lectures at national conferences for the Music Teachers National Association (MTNA) and the Canadian Federation of Music Teachers’ Associations (CFMTA). Christine is a member of the Canadian Music Festival Adjudicators Association (CMFAA), and a clinician for the Ontario Registered Music Teachers Association (ORMTA). Additionally, Dr. Tithecott has served as en editor for Conservatory Canada’s New Millennium Series.
An avid performer, Dr. Tithecott has had the opportunity to perform as a solo and collaborative artist throughout Canada, USA, and Europe. Christine has a strong passion for performing and promoting contemporary repertoire, and has performed with numerous new music ensembles including Ensemble 319, and The CNM Ensemble (Iowa City, IA).
Christine currently resides in London, where she is on faculty at Western University’s Don Wright Faculty of Music. She also works as a collaborative artist, and maintains a full studio of private piano students.
Pop, Jazz & Jeans Recital is a fun, casual recital where students can play contemporary or jazz music.
Eligibility: Open to all instruments/levels. Duos or groups welcome.
Registration Opens: Monday, February 6th, 2018
Registration Deadline: Friday February 23rd, 2018
No sound system equipment is available at this recital so please prepare accordingly.
This recital features students who received 85% or higher on their 2017 RCM, Conservatory Canada or CNCM examinations.
This Recital Opportunity celebrates our Canadian Composers. This year there will also be a teacher workshop/Student Master Class with Ann Marie Page.
Recital: Open to all instruments and levels. Ensembles welcome. Students and Teachers may perform their own compositions as well.
Master Class is open to all students and teachers. If you wish to participate, please register HERE
The Anne-Marie Page master class is all about Canadian music and is open to all ages and instruments. Her goal is to talk about Canadian music and to get more performers excited about playing the music of our country!
The Rotary Burlington Fall Music Festival www.rotarymusicfest.org
Oakville had not had its own music festival for more than 50 years. In 2015, a group of Oakville teachers decided it was time to bring the music back home. From the start, the founders wanted to create something that was focused on the joy of singing, rather than competition. Thus began the Oakville Vocal Arts Festival.
What Every Musician Needs To Know About The Body
KIMBERLY BARBER, ANDOVER EDUCATOR®
In addition to her busy performing schedule, Kimberly Barber is in demand as a guest lecturer, adjudicator, panellist, and pedagogue. Now accredited as an Andover Educator®, she is licensed to teach the course What Every Musician Needs To Know About The Body and also teaches Body Mapping privately for musicians of all stripes.
What Every Musician (more general)/Pianist/Singer/String Player/Wind & Brass Player etc. Needs To Know About The Body—basic Body Mapping principles, balance, senses/attention, breath, upper/lower limb, necessary detail according to instrument cohort
***Details of workshop, time and location to be confirmed