Inverurie Music is pleased to announce that Aaron McGregor will return as tutor in the second of our String Ensemble workshops of 2023. This will take place on Saturday 3rd June 2023 at Kemnay Church Centre. String players of all abilities are welcome. Enjoy a day exploring a range of music and receiving expert tuition from Aaron. Places are limited so get in touch soon if you’d like to reserve a place.
Cost: £25 (or £15 for those in full-time education, and for those on disability or low-income benefits)
Edward Elgar: Serenade for Strings op. 20
Frank Bridge: Sir Roger de Coverley
Edvard Grieg: Two Melodies, Op. 53
|09.30||Arrival and set up|
(refreshments provided – please bring a music stand)
|10.00 – 12.00||Tutored Session|
|12.00 – 12.45||Lunch|
(can be purchased from the Centre café for £9 – cash or card payment)
|13.00 – 15.20||Tutored Session|
(including refreshment break)
|15.30 – 16.00||Performance Session|
(invite friends and family along) and depart
Reserve your place at this workshop by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Please include your name, your instrument, and your postal address in your email. Payment should be made by 26th May 2023 – payment by bank transfer preferred.
Acc. name: Inverurie Music
Sort Code: 80-08-41
Acc. Number: 00842458
Aaron McGregor is a freelance violinist and Lecturer in Music at the University of Aberdeen. His performance background includes baroque and modern violin as well as Scottish traditional fiddle. He has performed with groups such as Concerto Caledonia, Scots Baroque, Dunedin Consort, Ex Cathedra, the Spinacino Consort, RSNO, Scottish Ensemble, Scottish Ballet, Manchester Camerata, the Evergreen Ensemble and Les Musiciens de Saint Julien. Aaron studied at the University of Edinburgh and the RCS, winning prizes for violin and chamber music, and leading the RCS symphony and opera orchestras as well as the National Youth Orchestra of Scotland. In 2020, he completed a PhD at the University of Glasgow, his research focussing on the early history of the violin in Scotland.
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