‘Play It Like A Man’ – 4 weeks to go!

Wai-Sum Chong Almost 4 weeks to go!  Not long to the next CFMNE meeting.  It’s gonna be good!

Wai Sum Chong will be delivering the Master Class tips session on ‘Articulation’. Here is Wai Sum’s biog:

‘Wai Sum Chong is a freelance pianist specialising in accompaniment. Based in the West Midlands, she found her niche 7 years ago as a ballet pianist working with companies and schools such as the Birmingham Royal Ballet, Scottish Ballet, Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures, School of Ballet Theatre UK and Elmhurst School for Dance. She is currently Musical Director of the Midland Theatre Ballet. Apart from her dance – based activities, Wai Sum also teaches piano privately and works with dementia sufferers by performing live concerts as part of music therapy sessions organised by Lost Chord and Music in Hospitals. Wai Sum also plays the djembe and spent a few years learning the violin’

Pretty good!  She will cover:

– What is articulation? Have you got it?
– Physical differences between men and women which contribute to articulation
– Accessing good articulation – technique , listening, imagination, knowledge
– Demonstration – ‘The Good, the Bad , and the Ugly’

First Cohort  of CFMNE Sept 2014,l hosted by Millicent Stephenson
First Cohort of CFMNE Sept 2014,l hosted by Millicent Stephenson

– Q and A session

Quite a lot to pack in to the afternoon as we’ll also be jamming, praying, networking and discussing ‘Play it Like a Man’ – what it means, should we do so, your experience of it, it’s impact on your playing.  Lunch will be provided.

Date: Saturday 7th Feb 2015

Time: 1pm until 6pm

Venue:  Unit 8, 62-64 Northwood Street, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham, B3 1TT

Cost: £15

Since it’s only 4 weeks to go booking and payment should arrive by 30th January so arrangements can be finalised.  Email me for your booking form and payment details at info@millicentstephenson.com

Spread the word – CFMNE (Christian Female Musicians Networking Event) is for female instrumentalist.  Women who are not Christians or church goers are also welcomed to attend.

Millicent

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