Women Conductors Feedback

Thank you for participating in our Women Conductors course. We hope you had an inspiring time and it has given you fresh energy and insights to plan your next step in conducting.

We ask everyone who participated to spend a few minutes providing us with some reflections now that the course is over. In this, we ask you to convey what you enjoyed about the course and what you have learned from it, partly so we know what we are doing well, and partly as we need to share some of this with our funders, to ensure we can keep running courses like this in the future. We’ll also ask you about your future plans in case there are ways we can help you in future.

We also ask for your thoughts on what you feel might have made the course more rewarding: these comments are only for our internal use, but are much valued. We very much respect everything you have to say.

OUR MEMBERS

Dame Janet Baker CH DBE, legendary mezzo-soprano: awarded RPS Honorary Membership in 1987 and the RPS Gold Medal in 1990

DID YOU KNOW?

Bex Burch was able to spend a year in Ghana studying the gyil - an African xylophone - with Thomas Sekgura, a master musician thanks to funding from the RPS Isserlis Scholarship.