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Brighton Early Music Festival

The Recorder

Revolution Conference

a FREE one day extravaganza of inspirational teaching ideas

for Primary School Music Co-ordinators and Teachers and Recorder Teachers

Wednesday 10th October, 9.45am - 5pm

Hove Town Hall

The Recorder Revolution Conference, which takes place on Wednesday, 10th

October at Hove Town Hall, is a one day extravaganza with an aim of

providing class / group recorder teaching ideas that will inspire any one

teaching recorder in schools, especially primary school teachers, and

motivate pupils.

By sharing case studies and involving a variety of teaching fora, the

conference will help you, whatever your experience, to drive forward

music-making by children of all standards and abilities in your school. The

event is open to those who teach and play recorder and those who don't yet

have any recorder playing in their schools but would like to make a start.

The event is run by the Brighton Early Music Festival, the UK's second

largest event which celebrates the music of the past and which has a huge

education programme in schools.

The event brings together 7 of the UK's leading recorder players and

teachers, who are charismatic champions of the recorder and who have wide

experience of leading recorder work in schools:

. Piers Adams

. Evelyn Nallen

. recorder consort Fontanella (Louise Bradbury, Annabel Knight, Katriina

Boosey, Rebecca Austen-Brown and Sarah Humphrys)

The conference allows for opportunities to discuss your own teaching needs

in one-to-one surgeries/recorder lessons, as well as:

. in depth seminars for teachers at all levels;

. live case studies involving teachers and pupils from local schools

demonstrating and discussing their work with a professional recorder mentor;

. a Round Table discussion;

. a chance to rehearse and perform alongside recorder virtuoso Piers Adams.

The Conference is funded by Arts Council England and The Radcliffe Trust.

For further information, please contact

Clare Norburn

Co-Artistic Director

Brighton Early Music Festival

020 7281 6864

Or visit our website www.bremf.org.uk

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