Learning never stops at #SIBF.
Participating bands may sign up for an hour session of masterclasses / workshops conducted by the international adjudicators or clinicians. The workshop will take place only after the band has completed its Competition.
In general, adjudicators / clinicians will provide advice to improve band’s music playing based on your performance at the Competition . Conductors are advised to be present during the workshop and should request to set aside time for discussion with the clinician during the session. Different form of workshop may take place as deem appropriate by the clinicians.
For overseas bands, the workshop may be held in the exchange school host’s venue. Basic percussion instruments will be provided. Where space is permitted, the workshop will be opened to conductors of all SIBF participating bands. (Adjudicator's workshop for local bands will be held in your premises)
Due to limited spaces, registration will be based on a first-come-first-serve basis. The allocation of adjudicators / clinicians to bands will be at the discretion of the organiser.
#SIBF2022 in collaboration with NAFA School of Music
Making and Controlling Musical Sounds Through Ensemble Playing
Through simple ensemble activities such as canon playing and singing, the experiential workshop aims to develop participants’ instrumental techniques and musical awareness in areas such as posture, fingering, intonation, breathing, embouchure, articulation, tone quality, and rhythm. Participants are encouraged to bring their own instruments to the workshop.
Date: 30 July, Saturday
Venue: NAFA Campus 1 (80 Bencoolen Street)
12.00 – 1.30pm Trumpet Workshop
12.00 – 1.30pm Trombone Workshop
1.30pm – 3pm Tuba & Euphonium Workshop
1.30pm – 3pm Horn Workshop
3pm – 4.30pm Clarinet Workshop
3pm – 4.30pm Saxophone Workshop
4.30pm – 6pm Oboe Workshop
4.30pm – 6pm Flute Workshop
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