Wind Conducting Workshop

 

 

2017 Wind Conducting and Teaching Workshop

with Guest Clinicians Anthony Maiello and Christpher Bianco

 

WORKSHOP CLINICIANS

Peterson Akey​​ Dr. Emily Moss

Anthony Maiello

George Mason University

Christopher Bianco

Western Washington University

Emily Moss

California State University, Los Angeles

 

Application (download and print)

for wind educators at all levels, Sunday, July 9 - Thursday, July 13, 2017

Workshop description

The Department of Music, Theatre and Dance at Cal State L.A. is proud to announce its 4th Annual Wind Conducting and Teaching Workshop for Summer 2017. 

The purpose of the workshop is for band directors at all stages of their careers to develop skills in both conducting and teaching. Participants will have the opportunity to conduct the Workshop Band (of which each participant will play his or her instrument), as well as attend Topical Discussions dealing with rehearsal techniques, literature and programming ideas, conducting technique and personal musical growth. Our workshop also includes “rehearsal labs” presented by the clinicians and longer sessions on the podium for participants to develop rehearsal skills and strategies.

The Wind Conducting and Teaching Workshop provides opportunities to participate in one of two ways:

I. CONDUCTING PARTICPIANT

Eighteen participants of all levels and interests will work intensively with Clinicians and the Workshop Band, receiving 10-20 minutes of podium time each day (divided by morning and afternoon sessions).  The Conducting Participant Track is designed for improvement of conducting and teaching at all levels. Each Conductor is expected to perform his or her instrument in the Workshop Band.

Workshop Repertoire to be studied: TBA

II. OBSERVER PARTICIPANT

Unlimited Observer Participants are welcome to attend all sessions of the Workshop.

The Observer Participant Track is designed for any participant interested in learning more about conducting and teaching.

Each Observer is expected to perform their instrument in the Workshop Band.

Deadline for registration is June 1, 2017.

The workshop application can be found HERE

Tentative Workshop Schedule:

SUNDAY JULY 9, 2017

4:00pm – Registration and Check-In begins


5:00pm – Introductions and Welcome


5:30pm –
 Reading Session with Workshop Band, led by Clinicians

MONDAY, JULY 10—WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 2017

8:30am – Opening Session with Workshop Faculty (Tuesday)

Individual Score study; Scheduled one-on-one time with Clinicians (Tues-Thurs)

10:30am – Conductors rehearse the Workshop Band

12:00pm – Topical Sessions, led by Clinicians 
(TBA)          

1:00pm – Lunch Break


2:30pm – Baton Technique Sessions for all Conductors, led by Clinicians


3:00pm – Conductors rehearse the Workshop Band

4:30pm – Break


5:00pm – Conductors rehearse the Workshop Band, continued


6:30pm – Dinner: Restaurant gathering different each evening (optional)

THURSDAY, JULY 13, 2017

8:30am – Individual Score study; Scheduled one-on-one time with Clinicians

10:30am – Conductors rehearse the Workshop Band

12:00pm –
Topical Session: TBA, led by Clinicians

1:00pm – Lunch Break


2:30pm – Question and Answer Session, led by Clinicians

3:00pm – Conductors rehearse the Workshop Band

4:30pm – Closing/Wrap-Up


Fees

SESSION FEES

  • Registration Fee = $25.00 (non-refundable and is not included in fee, both Tracks)
  • Participant Track = $475.00*
  • Observer Track = $300.00*
  • Student Participant = $300.00*
  • Student Observer - $125.00*

* = Fees include all sessions, daily video-recorded podium time, and materials provided by clinicians throughout the week. Registration, Housing, Meals, Transportation, Parking, and College Credit expenses are not included in the Session Fees.

OPTIONAL FEES

  • College credit is available — fees per credit TBA
  • Housing fees range from approximately $50 per night (on-campus dormitory housing) to $150 per night (off-campus hotels).

Lot Parking is available for $6 per day.  Overnight parking must be arranged in advance.