St Albans Strings Workshop postponed!
Unfortunately, given the current situation and the uncertainty about the development of the Covid-19 virus we have decided to postpone the St Albans Strings workshop until Spring 2020.
We will confirm a date as soon as we can.
If you have paid already and would like a full refund would you please email us with your bank details, stating the amount paid. If you would prefer to have a credit for the postponed workshop please also let us know by email. If you have chosen to have a credit and the date in Spring turns out not suit you, of course offer you will be offered a complete refund at the time.
Strings at St Albans
This unique workshop for violin, viola, cello and double bass players will be held in and around the historic Courthouse in the picturesque village of St Albans, NSW. Surrounded by Hawkesbury sandstone cliffs the tiny village of St Albans nestles alongside the Macdonald River. The area is rich in colonial history, with many historic buildings including the Settlers Arms Inn (1836) and Price Morris Cottage, historic cemeteries, little stone churches, and much more.
Conductor and tutors for St Albans Strings Workshop
Conductor and tutor for cellos – Paul Taylor
Concert master and tutor for first violins – Justin White
Tutor for second violins – Cheryl Peffer
Tutor for violas – Chris Hawkins
Use of the above drone footage on this website has been kindly permitted by Steven Blake Photography
Music is a vital part of living and learning. If you come to this workshop you will find musicians of varying standards who enjoy making music a daily part of their life and who love to learn. In particular we love to play music in ensembles so that we can learn from, and support each other building enduring friendships. This workshop is especially designed for learners of all standards and in particularly the late starters.
Proceeds from the St ALBANS STRINGS weekend workshop will help support music education in the local MacDonald primary school.
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