Interactive Practice Workshop – Solving Technical & Musical Problems
This interactive workshop looks at practice tools for solving technical and musical problems in tricky spots in pieces. Graham will discuss the concept of quarantining and approach to isolating and targeting these spots. These might be technical challenges or issues pertaining to interpretation, phrasing and articulation.
How it works
This workshop takes the form of a “clinic” in which Graham will work directly with participants to help them find solutions to their problems in a group setting. You do not have to participate directly and can simply observe the session if you prefer. If you do wish to participate then you will have the opportunity to submit details of your problem and / or questions in advance.
Who it’s for?
The workshop is aimed at pianists from a late elementary through to advanced level. You don’t need to have attended one of our previous workshops in order to attend, but if you have done so then you may find this new session to be a highly beneficial follow-on as it will give you more hands on experience in applying and implementing the various practice tools.
This event is part of our Piano Day 2021 Festival which features an exciting programme of online events and workshops. Click here to find out more and for details of other events.