An exploration of great singing teaching practice in the face-to-face and remote classroom
Sunday, 20th March 2022 at 2:00pm – Doors open at 1:55pm
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Specifically aimed at Teachers, Teaching Assistants and Vocal Specialists this three hour exploration (with 15 minutes of personal reflection and development off-line) helps to develop skills in supporting collaborative (and fun!) face to face and online learning in singing.
Whether you're new to teaching or would just like a refresh on great practice, this remote workshop explores theory and practice through engaging activities and professional conversations to support excellence in vocal teaching and learning! There will be an opportunity to network, share ideas and gain new contacts in your specialism.
Subjects to be covered include:
Please contact Education@stagecoach.co.uk to find out about discounted and subsidised rates for Stagecoach Teachers, Stagecoach Alumni, members of ABCD and ISM and performers whose employment has been affected by the pandemic.
This is a live session where delegates will be able to interact with each other and the facilitators. So that attendees feel able to explore new ideas and create within a safe space, the session will not be recorded.
Venue: Zoom session
Facilitator: Sara Feldmann Brummer
Sara Feldmann Brummer
Sara Feldmann Brummer (neé Cluderay) studied singing at Trinity College of Music, before touring the UK singing operatic backing vocals with rock band The Clint Boon Experience, including a live session for BBC Radio One, an appearance at the Reading and Leeds Rock Festivals and UK tour dates supporting Travis and Echo & the Bunnymen.
When Sara's rock 'n' roll years were over, she sang the roles of Olympia, Antonia and Giulietta in a touring opera and circus production, Cirque D'Hoffmann (based on Offenbach's operetta The Tales of Hoffmann). Sara was very happy to be based on the ground during this show whilst her talented circus aerialist colleagues flew high overhead.
Cabaret shows with Ismena Collective and Two Dumb Blondes took Sara to the West End and allowed her to show off her sparkly shoe collection. She also sang at the Don't Tell Mama cabaret club in NYC.
Sara taught singing and Early Stages for Stagecoach Salford and was singing and musical theatre teacher at Pimlico Academy for 13 years. She held the role of Vocal Provision Manager at the Tri-borough Music Hub (TBMH) for six years. Sara founded and directed The Young Singers choir at the TBMH and was also Musical Director of the North London Military Wives’ Choir. Sara is a cantorial soloist at Westminster Synagogue and is a member of The Kitchen Quartet, an a cappella vocal group.
Sunday, March 20th 2022
Doors open: 1:55pm
Bookings close: March 21st 2022