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Teaching Singing in Higher Education - Core Competencies
London College of Music, University of West London

Saturday 22nd September 2018

The London College of Music is hosting a one day conference with top researchers and voice practitioners Dr Gillyanne Kayes, Janice Chapman, Prof. Johan Sundberg, Tori Burnay, Dr Susan Yarnall, Dr Denise Borland and Ali Bell.
The day will be relevant to teachers of all genres especially those working in higher education or preparing students to enter HE including Musical Directors. Researchers and students of singing teaching will also benefit and there will be a call for posters with a prize awarded by Compton Publishing. 

Topics covered include being a singing teacher, examining the current model, myths and misconceptions, acoustics, rehabilitation, the psychology of one-to-one teaching, new developments in France, the BAPAM voice care initiative, and a round table discussion. Light refreshments and a buffet lunch provided.

Tickets £50 (including Lunch and refreshments)

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Stop! Look! Listen! - Developing Teaching Skills in Music Performance
London College of Music, University of West London

Sunday 30th September 2018

Morning - Show Some Emotion: Teaching Expressivity in Music Performance

This interactive session focusses on the teaching of expressivity in the instrumental classroom, and offers thorough descriptions and explanations of suitable teaching approaches and techniques which can be used to successfully facilitate this often overlooked area of music education. These strategies will be demonstrated through live teaching sessions involving both instrumentalists and vocalists, which will exhibit how musicians of all ages and from all musical backgrounds can develop an individual understanding of performance, together with the support and guidance of their teacher.

Afternoon - Are you listening? Developing aural skills in your pupils

As a cornerstone of musical development, possessing strong aural skills enables much more than a successful mark in the final section of a graded music exam. This session will explore a range of structured techniques and approaches to encourage the effective development of aural skills. Applicable to all instruments and all styles of music, be prepared to get actively involved in this engaging session.

Tickets £30*/40

*£30 discounted price applies to LCME members and registered tutors - please call +44(0) 208 231 2364 to book 

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Audition Technique Workshop
London College of Music, University of West London

Available dates: Saturday 29 September 2018 and Saturday 27 October 2018, 9am to 5pm

Are you thinking of auditioning for conservatoires and universities? Are you unsure what to expect at an audition?
London College of Music are offering a one-day, intensive workshop in audition technique, focusing on various skills within acting, singing, voice and actor movement.

We'll be offering guidance on audition material, presentation and other areas that you may need to develop, in order to give you the best chance of success.

Cost: £70 (£55 for early bird bookings made before 1 September)
Booking: Book your place now

We anticipate a high demand for places, so be sure to book your place as early as possible to avoid disappointment.
A light lunch and refreshments will be provided on the day.

What to prepare in advance

You will be required to prepare for the workshop:
Two contrasting musical theatre songs (32 – 64 bars)
One contemporary monologue (post 2000) – 20 lines (maximum)
One contemporary or classical sonnet – 14 lines
Please note: Do not consider presenting any material, sung or spoken, from a play or musical currently running in the West End.

On the day

Please wear loose comfortable clothing and appropriate footwear suitable for a workshop.
On the day, please remember to bring copies of your prepared material:
Annotated vocal/piano score (sheet music) of the two musical theatre songs
Contemporary monologue (post 2000) – 20 lines (maximum)
Contemporary or classical sonnet – 14 lines

Any questions?

Please email Emma Evans (Admissions Tutor) at
Please note: because of the nature of auditions we cannot guarantee that a student attending our workshop will secure a place at a conservatoire or university.
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Taming the tertiary track - Classical, pop or music theatre - how we can prepare our students for further education applications?

Sunday 28 October
10am to 4.30pm, St Paul’s Girls’ School

with Nick Sears · Veronica Veysey Campbell · Victoria Stretton · Bryan Husband · Jono McNeil

and representatives from
RAM · RCM · GSMD · LCM · RNCM · Trinity Laban · Mountview · Oxbridge

The day will follow two strands: classical and musical theatre. You can opt to follow one strand for the whole day or pick and mix both.
Presenters will address these topics:

Representatives from a range of institutions will be present for the whole day so that you can talk to them about applying. These representatives will also make up a Q & A session at the end of the day.
Royal Academy of Music
Gareth Hancock – Head of Royal Academy Opera
Daniel Bowling – Head of Musical Theatre
Kate Paterson – Head of Vocal Studies
Guildhall School of Music
Armin Zanner – Head of Vocal Studies
London College of Music/University of West London
Ivor Flint – Lead Tutor of Vocal Studies
David Henson – Director of London College of Music
Royal Northern College of Music
Susan Roper – Deputy Head of Vocal Studies
Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts
Marco Morbidelli – Senior Singing Tutor
Oxbridge Choral Scholarships
Nicola-Jane Kemp – Singing Tutor at Clare College, Cambridge and Head of Singing at Eton College
Leeds College of Music
ACM College

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