COVID-19: Masterclasses on the Web

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July 9th:

UBC Music Connects – a series of online masterclasses and workshops on performance, wellbeing and how to navigate through the age of COVID-19 as a musician. The events are free and open to everyone — just click on the Zoom link for each day to participate.

  • 10:00-10:45am • Panel Discussion: Power Over Your Process – Tips for Personal Administration and Organizational Tools
  • 11:00am-12:00pm • Clarinet Masterclass with Prof. Jose Franch-Ballester
  • 12:00-12:15pm • Break
  • 12:15-1:15pm • Closing session with the UBC Music Connects Team & Prof. Mark Anderson, Chair of the Piano Division

Zoom link: https://ubc.zoom.us/j/99306810303?pwd=TmlKTWYyc0NvaWVvWXMwbmErZEJjZz09
Password: MakeMusic

June 30th:

  • Gwendolyn Masin – Play for Us! (9am BST). More information here.

The Exhale is created by violinist Gwendolyn Masin. At a time when so many musicians and audience members are not able to engage in the concert hall or the classroom, The Exhale offers participants a supportive, nurturing community and an opportunity to gain valuable insights and inspirations from world-class professionals. For more on The Exhale, please visit their website.

June 28th:

  • Paul Pui Wo Lee – Feldenkrais for Musicians (2pm BST). More information here.

The Exhale is created by violinist Gwendolyn Masin. At a time when so many musicians and audience members are not able to engage in the concert hall or the classroom, The Exhale offers participants a supportive, nurturing community and an opportunity to gain valuable insights and inspirations from world-class professionals. For more on The Exhale, please visit their website.

June 25th:

The Exhale: 

  • Gwendolyn Masin – Teaching Beginners (4pm BST). More information here.
  • Ruth Phillips – The Sarabande (11am BST). More information here.

The Exhale is created by violinist Gwendolyn Masin. At a time when so many musicians and audience members are not able to engage in the concert hall or the classroom, The Exhale offers participants a supportive, nurturing community and an opportunity to gain valuable insights and inspirations from world-class professionals. For more on The Exhale, please visit their website.

June 24th:

The Exhale:

  • Peter Sheppard Skærved – The Violinists’ Practice Desk (4pm BST). More information here.
  • Simon Tandree – QiGong for your Body, Energy and Mind (5:30pm BST). More information here.
  • Dale Culliford and Patrick Gundry-White – Back to the Back (9:30am BST). More information here.
  • Artist Cafe – The Benefits of Yoga for Musicians (7pm BST). More information here.

The Exhale is created by violinist Gwendolyn Masin. At a time when so many musicians and audience members are not able to engage in the concert hall or the classroom, The Exhale offers participants a supportive, nurturing community and an opportunity to gain valuable insights and inspirations from world-class professionals. For more on The Exhale, please visit their website.

June 23rd:

The Exhale: 

  • Diane Daly – Connection through Creative Embodiment (12pm BST). More information here.
  • Matthew Jones – The Art (and Science) of Practice (1pm BST). More information here.
  • Nick Roth – MaTE: Music as Translative Epistemology, Space I – Astrophysics and Quantum Mechanics (2pm BST). More information here.
  • Gwendolyn Masin – Play for Us! (7pm BST). More information here.

The Exhale is created by violinist Gwendolyn Masin. At a time when so many musicians and audience members are not able to engage in the concert hall or the classroom, The Exhale offers participants a supportive, nurturing community and an opportunity to gain valuable insights and inspirations from world-class professionals. For more on The Exhale, please visit their website.

June 21st:

  • Paul Pui Wo Lee – Feldenkrais for Musicians (2pm BST). More information here.

The Exhale is created by violinist Gwendolyn Masin. At a time when so many musicians and audience members are not able to engage in the concert hall or the classroom, The Exhale offers participants a supportive, nurturing community and an opportunity to gain valuable insights and inspirations from world-class professionals. For more on The Exhale, please visit their website.

June 18th:

The Exhale: 

  • Ruth Phillips – The Courante: How to approach a Bach Suite through breath and kinesthetic learning (11am BST). More information here.

The Exhale is created by violinist Gwendolyn Masin. At a time when so many musicians and audience members are not able to engage in the concert hall or the classroom, The Exhale offers participants a supportive, nurturing community and an opportunity to gain valuable insights and inspirations from world-class professionals. For more on The Exhale, please visit their website.

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