Don’t Just Rehearse – Make Music! Developing Musicianship Through Chamber Music
- There’s more to playing chamber music than starting and stopping together! Through dozens of creative suggestions to incorporate musicality into the rehearsals of chamber music groups, this session will focus on a step-by-step approach to rehearsing. Specific tips include methods to improve phrasing, interpretation, articulation, rhythm, and intonation as well as to develop better leadership, sensitivity, and communication among ensemble members. This clinic is applicable to all chamber groups.
- Julie Hobbs (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- 12/19/2014 02:00 PM - 03:00 PM
- Meeting Room W184
- Julie Hobbs is Assistant Professor of Flute at the University of Kentucky. She has presented and performed at major conferences throughout the United States, including the National Flute Association, MENC, American Bandmasters Association, Texas Music Educators Association, Iowa Music Educators Association, Tennessee Music Educators Association, the Chicago Flute Club, and the Wisconsin Flute Fair. She has published articles in the NFA’s Pedagogy Anthology Vol. 2, The Flutist Quarterly, Flute Talk Magazine, and the Chicago Flute Club’s Pipeline. An ardent proponent of contemporary music, Dr. Hobbs has commissioned and premiered several original works, most recently Cynthia Folio’s award-winning Sonata for Flute and Piano. Dr. Hobbs holds a Doctor of Music from Northwestern University as well as degrees from Baylor University and the University of Iowa. Her primary teachers include Walfrid Kujala, Helen Ann Shanley and Betty Mather.