HSC Music: Getting Ahead with Alexander Technique
We help HSC Music students prepare for their practical performance exam:
- Posture while practicing and playing
- Improving overall co-ordination with their instrument
- Designing personally effective rehearsal approaches
- Performance anxiety strategies
- Unlocking the potential in each musician.
Ideal for Stage 6 Music students – BYO instruments (piano available in our studio).
It is not the degree of ‘willing’ or ‘trying’, but
the way in which the energy is directed,
that is going to make the ‘willing’ or ‘trying’ effective.
$247.50 (GST incl) includes 5 classes (either the Sunday series or the Thursday series), with personal feedback for each student in each class.
About Greg Ford & Dave Carr
Greg & Dave are exceptional professional Musician and accredited Alexander Technique teachers. Both are experienced working with young people/ pre-professional musicians – you are in excellent hands with these teachers.
Greg Ford has 30 years as a professional musician playing viola with leading Australian and New Zealand orchestras and chamber music ensembles, plus he is an Alexander Technique & violin/ viola teacher. Greg Ford has taught Alexander Technique classes for the Queensland Symphony, Sydney Symphony and Australian Opera and Ballet orchestra, Australian Institute of Music, and currently is a Senior teacher the teaching team at Sydney Alexander Technique.
Dave Carr began studying the Alexander Technique due to serious almost career ending playing-related injuries. It was the Alexander Technique that got him back onstage; more than any other modality – and he tried many other options! Dave teaches guitar and banjo in classical, jazz, rock, folk and metal styles. Dave performs internationally & regularly locally with gypsy/jazz/progressive band Lolo Lovina. Dave is currently in high demand teaching privately and with the team at Sydney Alexander Technique.
Click here to make an enquiry
or call Greg Holdaway on 0408 257 174.
Time and Date
May 28, 2017 - June 29, 2017