AUSTA WA Mini-Conference 2019
Presentations by incoming AUSTA National President James deRozario, Karen Kyriakou and more.
Regional members - please contact us for assistance with travel subsidy/accommodation support for attendance or Skype attendance at proposed session on AUSTA regional.
Coode St Angelo St, South Perth, WA 6151
Sunday September 22 from Noon - 6:30pm
Separate sessions available, $50 whole afternoon, $30 single session with 25% discount for AUSTA members. Students $10 per session (and free for AUSTA members with a valid student ID).
AUSTA members may also attend afternoon tea only, free of charge, RSVP appreciated (WAPresident@austa.asn.au).
Online registration closes: September 21
Door registration available, $5 additional fee per attendee.
Bring your instrument! Bring donations for the string share table (eg unwanted sheet music, CDs)
Coffee and tea, BYO lunch optional.
Networking, door prizes, share table.
Some chamber jam sessions possible - BYO music, find someone or make a date)
Come and meet colleagues from across the country and across the state!
Formal opening by Ruth Klein Cook & brief performance by John Keen, Double bass
Break out Sessions
Forum sessions for upper strings and cello are presentations and open discussions on how to best set up beginners. If you are new to teaching, need some new ideas or are keen to share your best tips and tricks – then do come along!
James deRozario, upper strings
Elise Chong, cello
James Keene, new Associate Principal Bass of WASO, will present a recital, plus discussion with other leading bass teachers and bass ensemble explorations.
Double Bass Concerto (1948) - Tubin
Afternoon tea and AUSTA WA AGM
Creative aural activities for String Groups and Ensembles,
Add valuable tools to you teaching ‘toolbox’ by participating in this inspiring and engaging session that caters for all group teaching needs.
This session follows a holistic and accessible approach to inspire string students of all levels.
Explore aural-based activities that encompass elements of composing, arranging, improvisation, technical work and ensemble skills.
In this session, you’ll explore approaches to:
• Develop students’ aural skills and musical intuition
• Reinforce skills with peer-to-peer learning activities
• Facilitate students’ own class compositions
• Use holistic curriculum approaches for instrumental music activities
• Enable leadership opportunities to develop engaged & informed players
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