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The Mystery of Conducting

The Mystery of Conducting by Derek Holland There can be few music lovers who are not...
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Conducting Book Recommendation

I want to recommend the book "Conducting" edited by Jose Antonio Bowen (Cambridge University...
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The Conductor’s Job

I’d like to talk about one of the things I do, about the conductor’s job. A conductor needs...
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A Tribute To A Great Teacher

This article was originally published on my blog ethicalartistry.blogspot.co.uk  and was...

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    Professional Italian musician with solid experience in classical, jazz, film & pop music offering lessons in composition, theory, piano and conducting.
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    As an active composer and performing musician myself, I always strive to ignite and encourage a deep longterm passion for music.
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    I am a professional piano player. I have been abroad and I am qualified as piano teacher, repetiteur and vocal coach. I love work with children and professional people too.
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    I am a professional musician with years of experience in performing, composing and arranging music of many different styles, as well as teaching in schools, universities and music services.
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    As a professional singer, I have built up experience and knowledge which I use to deliver fun, educational and progressive sessions with students of all ages and abilities.
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  • The Conductor’s Job

    Conducting Teacher (South East London) Picture I’d like to talk about one of the things I do, about the conductor’s job. A conductor needs an orchestra. He is nothing without an ensemble. Let’s talk briefly about orchestras first. One of the things that makes orchestras so attractive is listening to the huge variety of colours of all...
  • A Tribute To A Great Teacher

    Conducting Teacher (North London) Picture This article was originally published on my blog ethicalartistry.blogspot.co.uk  and was written in tribute to my teacher in New York, Maestro James DePreist who died in early February, 2013. Its relevance to the importance of good teaching, especially in the arts informs all that I do as a...
  • Practical Matters Concerning Intonation

    Conducting Teacher (Shrewsbury) Picture There are certain fundamental ideas about what it means to play with good intonation. The biggest challenge is coming to grips with the need to compromise a strong ego in the best interests of the music and the ensemble. It is clearly not a question of right or wrong but rather adapting to that...

 

  • Conducting Book Recommendation

    Conducting Teacher (Canterbury) Picture I want to recommend the book "Conducting" edited by Jose Antonio Bowen (Cambridge University Press 2003). This is - in my view - essential for all students.
  • The Mystery of Conducting Editor's Pick

    Derek Holland Conducting Teacher (Uxbridge) Picture The Mystery of Conducting by Derek Holland There can be few music lovers who are not fascinated by the art of the conductor. How many music lovers I wonder have not conducted a CD from the privacy of their armchair too at some time of another! Learning and for that matter teaching the art of...