domingo, 18 de octubre de 2009

“Conducting Workshop” by Richard Miles - Bs As

22 y 23 de octubre 2009

la clínica de dirección se divide en cuatro partes:

Part I will feature the presentation of “Basic Conducting Technique.” All participants are asked to bring a conducting baton as each of the following topics will be addressed through active participation. The topics include: The Baton, Preparation, Downbeat, & Release; Beat Patterns and Preparations in Tempo, Dynamic, and Basic Style; Preparations and Releases for all Counts; Fractional Beat Preparations; Divided Meters; Conducting Musical Styles; The Fermata; The Cue; The Left Hand; Asymmetrical and Changing Meters; and Tempo Changes and Accompanying.

2da Parte: preparación de la partitura
Temas: Análisis y preparación de la partitura, conocimientos “sobre la música” y pasos básicos del análisis.

3era Parte: técnica de ensayo.
Temas: el método básico de ensayo; prioridades en el ensayo; uso del tiempo; planificación diaria de ensayos; y técnica de ensayo: errores, posibles causas y soluciones.

4ta Parte: clínica
consiste en una clínica con músicos residentes para que los participantes activos puedan dirigir y ensayar. Se utilizarán partes de obras para practicar y criticar. Tanto el Dr. Miles como el Mtro Fontana trabajarán en grupos más reducidos y ofrecerán su crítica.

Professor of Music and Director of Bands at Morehead State University in Morehead, Kentucky, holds a Doctor of Philosophy degree from the Florida State University and graduate and undergraduate degrees from the University of Illinois and Appalachian State University. In addition to the supervision and administration of the MSU Bands, Dr. Miles teaches undergraduate and graduate conducting. Since coming to MSU in 1985, the Symphony Band under his direction has received national and international recognition having performed for conventions of the Music Educators National Conference, the College Band Directors National Association, the National Band Association, the Kentucky Music Educators Association, and concert tours to The People’s Republic of China, Brazil, and Spain. Professor Miles has co-authored, compiled and edited the internationally recognized wind band series: Teaching Music through Performance in Band, Volumes I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, Teaching Music through Performing Marches, Teaching Music through Performance in Beginning Band Volumes I and II, and Teaching Music through Performance in Jazz. Dr. Miles is a Past President of the Kentucky Music Educators Association, and Past President of the College Band Directors National Association - Southern Division. Internationally, he has conducted concerts and clinics in Argentina, Brazil, Canada, The Canary Islands, The People’s Republic of China, Colombia, throughout Europe and The United Kingdom, Russia, Singapore, Slovenia, Spain, and South Africa. Recently, Dr. Miles was awarded the Distinguished Alumnus Award from Appalachian State University, the Presidential Recognition Award and Distinguished Leadership Award from the Kentucky Music Educators Association, the Kentucky Outstanding Contributor to Bands Award and is the 2006 - 2007 recipient of the Phi Beta Mu International Bandmasters Fraternity, International Outstanding Contributor to Bands Award presented at the 60th Annual Midwest International Band and Orchestra Clinic.


Methods and Materials for Conducting by Douglas Stotter
GIA Publications, Chicago, Illinois
ISBN: 1-57999-551-9


Basic Conducting Techniques (Sixth Edition) by Joseph A. Labuta
Prentice Hall, 2010
ISBN: 10: 0-13-601193-4
ISBN: 13: 98-0-13-601193-4

Fechas: 22 y 23 de octubre 2009
Horario: 9.30 a 14hs
Lugar: Manufactura Papelera, Bolívar 1582. Ciudad de Buenos Aires, Argentina Ver Mapa
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