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Sunday, 18 Jun 2017
Sunday, 18 Jun 2017
Do you enjoy composing music? Would you like to get help with your compositions and learn more about composing techniques? Are you aged 17 or under? This interactive workshop led by Ewan Campbell, composer and judge of the Cambridge Young Composer ...
Do you enjoy composing music? Would you like to get help with your compositions and learn more about composing techniques?
Are you aged 17 or under?
This interactive workshop led by Ewan Campbell, composer and judge of the Cambridge Young Composer of the Year Competition will include:
- General guidance on a range of composing techniques
- Advice on composing for the instruments to be used for this year’s Cambridge Young Composer of the Year competition
- Full details of the 2017/18 competition, including announcement of the competition brief
The Workshop will take place on Sunday 18 June, 2017, 2.30-4.30pm in the Recital Room, West Road Concert Hall, Cambridge.
Who can take part?
This event will be of particular interest to those intending to enter the next Cambridge Young Composer of the Year Competition. It is open to all young people aged 17 years and under on 31 August 2017.
Run by Cambridge Youth Music in collaboration with Cambridge Education Outreach (CAMEO).
Workshop leader: Ewan Campbell
Ewan studied musical composition at Cambridge University and at King’s College London. He teaches composition and analysis at Cambridge University and on the Aldeburgh Young Musician Scheme. His works have been performed across the UK and abroad by ensembles including the London Symphony Orchestra, the Britten Sinfonia, the Hermes Experiment, the Küss Quartet, the Fitzwilliam Quartet, recorder quintet Consortium5, Lontano and the Dr K Sextet.
How to book your place
You must register in order to take part. Book your place online at:
The deadline for registering is noon on Saturday 17 June 2017. A registration fee of £15 is made to help towards the cost of running the workshop. Please email Clare Gilmour (firstname.lastname@example.org), in confidence if this charge is a barrier for taking part.
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