Bass Works 2020 Registration
April 16 - 19, 2020
Advanced Course: April 15 - 19. 2020
St Johns Grammar School Music Centre, Gloucester Avenue, Belair, SA 5052
(08) 8278 2016 |
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Workshop Details
The workshop is designed to cater for all ages and abilities (beginners to advanced),
and is open to all double bass players. Participants are divided into groups of similar
experience and ability for the group classes. Performance in the final group
performance is assumed unless otherwise directed during the workshop week.
Performance in a solo recital is optional for all participants.

Participants’ daily schedule will include: a master class, ensemble/technique class,
group lesson, attendance at lecture/demonstrations and a Saturday evening concert.
Each student should prepare two or more polished pieces for the daily master class.
It is only necessary to learn those pieces that are within your current ability (Try to
have these pieces memorized).

Parental attendance is encouraged. A parent or a designated adult guardian must
accompany students under the age of 14 unless arranged beforehand with Peter
McLachlan. There is no charge for the accompanying parent or guardian.

May observe all master classes, group lessons, free recitals and lectures.
Please bring your own lunch and snacks.

Advanced Course:
The Advanced Course is an option extra for advanced students attending
BassWorks 2020. It will involve the in depth study of Francois Rabbath’s New
Technique Volume 2.
Participants in the Advanced Course will receive a full extra day of tuition, on
April 15, with a morning session from 9-12, and an afternoon session from
1-4. These will be held in Belair. In addition, advanced students will have an
extra afternoon session from 2:30-4 pm each day of the workshop (April
Students will need to be familiar with the whole book prior to the workshop,
including scale and arpeggio fingerings, exercises and etudes.

Participants who would like to attend the Advanced Course will need to
audition. Please email a recording of Etude 21 from Volume 2 to

May observe all master classes, group lessons, free recitals and lectures.

Please bring your own lunch and snacks. There is a bakery, deli, petrol station and a few restaurants a short walk away on the corner of Gloucester Avenue and Main Road, Belair, should you prefer to buy your food each day.
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