Clarinet, David Campbell and Robert Plane

Clarinet, David Campbell and Robert Plane

Saturday 10th July 2021 - Tuesday 13th July 2021
10:30 am - 3:30 pm

Reserve Space(s)

 

David Campbell is joined this year by Robert Plane .We are really pleased that he will be with us this year; check out his biog entry and see why we are so pleased. They will spend the first 30 minutes of each session guiding students through a revision of basic techniques including posture, breathing, tone production, articulation, upper register fingerings and how to practise

Repertoire choices will be based on requests from course participants. Scans of the relevant pieces will be shared with all course members so that everyone feels included

On the final day each participant will be invited to ‘perform’ their pieces without stopping.

All sessions will be on the Zoom platform. Zoom links will be sent in advance.

David Campbell is regarded as one of Britain’s best-known clarinettists and has enjoyed a busy career as a soloist, chamber musician and teacher for over forty years. He has appeared as soloist with numerous orchestras including the Royal Philharmonic, London Philharmonic, all the BBC orchestras and many foreign orchestras from the USA and Mexico to Australia.

As a teacher, David has taught some of the leading players in the music profession including Chi Yu Mo (LSO) Tom Whatmough (LPO) Nicholas Carpenter (LPO) Tim Orpen (RSNO and Aurora).

David has been Artistic Director of Musicfest Aberystwyth since 2001.

Times: 10.30 – 12.30 and 2.00 – 3.30 daily

Fees: £395 (bursaries of £200 available for students in full time education )

Request a space on this course

You can request a space on this course here. Applications will be reviewed, and if accepted we will send full information on course joining and fee payment via email. We aim to respond within 7 days to your reservation request.

If you are booking more than one place, you will need to fill in application details for each potential student. Mandatory fields are marked with *

Ticket Type Price Spaces
Standard £395.00


Date(s) - Saturday 10th July 2021 - Tuesday 13th July 2021
10:30 am - 3:30 pm