Phase 1.5

For female music professionals who've had little or no experience orchestral conducting and would like to increase their professional portfolio to include conducting

Led by acclaimed conductor Alice Farnham, these 1-day workshops are aimed at female music professionals who've had little or no experience orchestral conducting and would like to increase their professional portfolio to include conducting.

In this intensive 1-day workshops and working in smaller groups than our Phase 1 workshops, participants will work with workshop leader Alice Farnham and professional string players on developing their orchestral conducting skills.

Typical backgrounds of participants for Phase 1.5 may include repetiteur, church music, choral conducting, participation & learning, and teaching.

Upcoming Workshops:

We don't have any Phase 1.5 workshops to advertise at the moment. Watch this space and subscribe to our mailing list to keep up-to-date! (See below)

Who is eligible to apply?

Female music professionals of all ages (minimum age 18) wishing to supplement their careers by adding orchestral conducting to their portfolio.

How can I apply?

Applicants must submit a CV, a short personal statement and their age/date of birth when applying for a Phase 1 workshop. Applications for workshops will open as and when they are announced (see full details of how to apply in the Current Workshops link above).

Attend as an Observer

Observer tickets are available at £15 per session (morning/afternoon), or £50 for all four sessions across both days. 

Observers must book in advance. To book an observer ticket(s) for a workshop, please email admin@womenconductors.org.uk

 


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If you are able, please donate a little or a lot (time or money or expertise) to this fantastic programme. You can donate money here or let us know how you might be able to help at admin@womenconductors.org.uk

Photo credit: Catherine Ashmore

OUR MEMBERS

Ricardo Castro: International pianist who established a flourishing youth music programme in Bahià, Brazil. Awarded RPS Honorary Membership in 2013.

DID YOU KNOW?

In 1980 pianist extraordinaire Stephen Hough won the first RPS Julius Isserlis scholarship, enabling him to study abroad at Julliard.