Developed by George Torbay, the new AMEB Musical theatre syllabus will foster a love of singing & storytelling. It contains technical work that is focused and relevant to developing the skills a good musical theatre singer needs. There are songs representing over 450 different musicals and many musical styles, with repertoire from the 1920's through to pieces composed earlier this year.
The focus of this syllabus is to create performers who sing with a free, open tone and who understand the dramatic art of a song. Students are challenged to use everything and anything in their arsenal to effectively convey a story.
A full day workshop will be held at the Riverina Conservatorium of Music on Saturday, Feb 20 from 10am in the Bannister Room.
George Torbay will host the workshop and will provide information about the Musical Theatre syllabus, examiner expectations regarding technical work requirements, the sight reading requirements and more. Repertoire from each grade will be showcased and participants will receive valuable teaching and performance tips. In the final session of the day there will be a Master Class opportunity for a few selected attendees.
Booking is essential. Book now from the following link:
Please Note: The NEW Musical Theatre Grade Books are also available to purchase via the TryBooking link, and will receive FREE postage until the end of February 2016.
For more information, contact AMEB (NSW): firstname.lastname@example.org