- Saturday, October 22, 2016
- 10:00 AM–2:30 PM
- Covenant Fine Arts Music Lab 224
A workshop for high school students curious about pursuing music composition as a serious hobby or vocation.
A lot of people say that they have music running around inside their heads, even when their iPods are on the blink and they aren’t within earshot of a stereo system. Does this sort of thing ever happen to you? Now here’s the really big question: Are any of those tunes ones that you make up? If so, might you be a composer? This workshop is just the event for you.
Might YOU be a Composer?
Conducted by: David Fuentes
Professor of Composition and Theory at Calvin College
Saturday October 22, 2016
Covenant Fine Arts Center, room 252 & 227
means and methods
- how composers compose
- inspiration vs. perspiration
- emerging technology
talent and teaching
- what composers need to possess
- what composers need to learn
- what composers might expect at college
- what young composers can do now
composition as a calling
- scratching the itch
- the composer’s audience
- careers involving composition
After a free lunch, students will have an opportunity to present music they have written for comments. The workshop is free, but limited to 15 students. Click for an application form
For more information, contact David Fuentes: firstname.lastname@example.org 616.526.6569
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