Intermediate Arpeggione

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I started Arpeggione in 2009 with the intermediate course and 14 students ages 8-18. This has now grown through the years to around 72 students and over 3 courses. We have been incredibly lucky to be welcomed at the wonderful Milden Hall which is the perfect size for a smaller course. This venue is run by its owners, the Hawkins family who care passionately for the well being of the children. As well as fabulous food, the facilities are perfect for

our needs . The highlights of the day include our homemade meals, where the children sit at one long table in the barn with the staff. This is a great chance for everyone to get to know each other.

 

As well as experiencing some great chamber music and masterclasses, they will have the chance to hear inspiring recitals given by some of the tutors. They will experience perhaps their first concerto competition and for one lucky winner, a chance to perform in 2 concerts with the orchestra.

 

Each day starts with a technical class and most of the hard work follows before lunch. The afternoon is then more relaxed with the masterclasses, perhaps some improvisation and some shorter rehearsals. The evenings are given to art, sport, table tennis, table football, DVDs or just chatting on the sofas by the wood burner. The girls sleep in the fabulous barn and the boys in the newly built bunkhouse.

 

They often tell me that Arpeggione is the highlight of their year.

Course Fees £560

Viola players aged 11 -16 years and violinists wishing to try the viola (Grade 5 and above).

 

Course fees £560.

To secure a place for the July/August 2022 course, please send the application form plus £100 deposit by 1st April 2022

Fill out the form here

July 31st - August 4th 2022

Arrival time: 5pm on 31st

Leaving time: 4pm on 4th

London Concert on 5th August 2022

Venue:

Hampstead Garden Suburb Free Church

North Square

London, NW11 7AA

Teachers for 2022 course

Anna Dryerbeers, Henrietta Hill, Micky Posner, Krystina Westall & Jacky Woods

 

Visiting teachers: TBC...

Accompanist: Daniel Swain

Concerto Competition

The concerto competition piece for this year is Czardas by Monti.

 

Click here to download the music.