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Student places cannot be confirmed unless all details on the form have been completed and fees received. Application Forms must be received by Monday 9 May 2011.

Early bird applications

Course directors

Course directors

Please contact Anna Pickton, Festival & Academy Officer. Telephone: 08456 44 25 08 Email: courses@ldsm.org.uk

Apply before Thursday 31 March 2011 and pay discounted fees of £220.

Rachel Moore A graduate from Leeds University, Rachel went on to further her cello studies at the RNCM and to train on the award winning Junior Strings Project. After completing her postgraduate years, she was engaged as a JSP tutor and now combines this with teaching in schools around the North West, at the RNCM junior School, and privately. Rachel has been a Course Director of the Young String Venture since 1999.

Claire Noakes Claire Noakes studied cello with Leonid Gorokov and Kim Dintizen at the RNCM, graduating in 2001. After completing her postgraduate studies Claire worked as Head of Strings for Solihull Music Service, and at the RNCM Junior School coaching Dalcroze Eurhythmics and Chamber Music. She now works full-time as Assistant Head of Solihull Music Service and has been one of our Course Directors since 2005.

Full fees £250 Family price: £20 reduction on each additional child from the same family at the same address.

Family price also apply to Early bird discounted fees! £20 reductions on each additional child from the same family. For cancellation fees, terms & conditions, please see our website.

‘It was such a challenge playing in smaller groups and listening to one another but such a thrill and we really hope to continue playing in chamber groups and returning again next year.’ Tabitha And Miranda, Violins, 2010

Other course tutors include Katie Hibbert Tutor in Upper Strings, Durham County Council Neil McErlean Tutor, Derby City & County Music Partnership Ruth Openshaw Head of Strings, Sollihull Music Services Rebecca Rathbone Head of Music Service for Derby City and County Music Partnership. Aileen Williams Strings Tutor, Bolton Music Services

Whilst every effort is made to ensure that the information in this leaflet is correct, some alterations to the faculty may be necessary in exceptional circumstances. LDSM reserves the right to make any necessary alternations without prior notification.

Tel: 08456 442508 | www.ldsm.org.uk

Stimulating and funpacked musical activities for string players aged 6-18

Clear and accurate information on musical experience and repertoire is vital. Children are placed in ensembles according to their appropriate ability and experience. This information should be written on separate sheets if necessary and stapled to the relevant form.

Any queries?

31 July – 5 August 2011

Separate forms are required for EACH student.

Young String Venture

Apply online at www.ldsm.org.uk/ysv

The 2011 YSV Faculty

Registered Charity No: 516350

How to Apply


An Introduction to Young String Venture

Catering for players of all levels

Location & Things to see, do & hear!

The Benefits of Young String Venture

Chamber Music

From those just starting out ....

...to the more advanced string player

Learning in an inspiring location

Leisure facilities for all the family

Come together with other musicians from across UK. Many return each year, but we’re always delighted to welcome new friends of all abilities, from beginners right through to Grade 8!

Key skills include: • playing individual parts in an ensemble • aural awareness • learning rehearsal techniques • working together in small groups

Build confidence & aural awareness Learn to play your part while listening to and keeping with the others in your chamber group. In this supportive environment, the confidence of each individual is nurtured by tutors.

Developing repertoire and musical leadership More experienced students are encouraged to extend their musicianship, leadership qualities and teamworking skills through the learning and playing of chamber music works.

Based at the heart of the English Lake District, only five minutes walk from the centre of Windermere village, Windermere Preparator School (previously called Elleray School) provides excellent facilities and a safe and secure environment for our Young String Venture.

Low Wood and Langdale both offer premium leisure club facilities, but you can also visit the public swimming pool in Troutbeck Bridge or Kendal’s Leisure Centre.

Orchestra

Make new friends. Play Chamber Music This course is specially designed to introduce young string players to performing in small groups. Guided by specialist tutors children have fun learning new skills.

Instilling good rehearsal technique Experienced tutors facilitate practice sessions with students themselves taking increasing responsibility for negotiating creative exchanges leading to performance.

YSV Showcase & Festival events

Develop the inner musician • Choir singing develops the ‘inner ear’ and pitch sense in the instrumental musician. • Dalcroze instils good rhythmic skill and awareness of tempi. • Musical Games keep minds alert and encourage fun.

Strengthening core skills Orchestral playing, Dalcroze Eurhythmics and technique sessions are scheduled to assist students with the musical skills they need to perform to the best of their abilities.

Music for life: Our aims The accent of this non-residential course is on enhancing musical skills and widening horizons. Experience the joy of playing with others in trios, quartets, and larger ensembles. Team-working, self-discipline and concentration are skills needed in everyday life and are just some of the benefits young players absorb in making music together. Students gain a real sense of achievement performing in one of the end-of-course showcase concerts as part of a top UK music festival.

Orchestral playing builds confidence in the young musician. It encourages good sight-reading and ensemble skills.

Technique, choir & dalcroze These sessions develop the all-round musician. Technique consolidates core skills. Singing helps pitch sense and intonation. Dalcroze instils tempo, rhythm and phrasing.

Music to inspire young people The daily timetable runs from 9am to 1pm The schedule is tailor-made for the ability of each student.

Music is specially chosen to cater for the needs of young string players and is provided by the Course Directors.

2.30pm Wednesday 3 August Windermere School Sam Forrester Masterclass 2.30pm Friday 5 August Lakes School, Troutbeck Bridge YSV Showcase Concert Do book early as these events often sell out. For a list of other great family events at LDSM 2011 see www.ldsm.org.uk/ysv

Loads of great places to visit Enjoy the South Lakes Wild Animal Park over in Daltonin-Furness or visit Beatrix Potter’s World of Adventures in Bowness. Go and see the latest 3D blockbuster movies at Zeffirrelis.

Take a family trip on the largest natural lake in England Windermere Lake Cruises have steamers and launches which sail daily between Ambleside, Bowness and Lakeside. Stop off at Lakeside’s Aquarium of the Lake or take a trip back in time and travel on the Lakeside & Haverthwaite Steam Railway.


An Introduction to Young String Venture

Catering for players of all levels

Location & Things to see, do & hear!

The Benefits of Young String Venture

Chamber Music

From those just starting out ....

...to the more advanced string player

Learning in an inspiring location

Leisure facilities for all the family

Come together with other musicians from across UK. Many return each year, but we’re always delighted to welcome new friends of all abilities, from beginners right through to Grade 8!

Key skills include: • playing individual parts in an ensemble • aural awareness • learning rehearsal techniques • working together in small groups

Build confidence & aural awareness Learn to play your part while listening to and keeping with the others in your chamber group. In this supportive environment, the confidence of each individual is nurtured by tutors.

Developing repertoire and musical leadership More experienced students are encouraged to extend their musicianship, leadership qualities and teamworking skills through the learning and playing of chamber music works.

Based at the heart of the English Lake District, only five minutes walk from the centre of Windermere village, Windermere Preparator School (previously called Elleray School) provides excellent facilities and a safe and secure environment for our Young String Venture.

Low Wood and Langdale both offer premium leisure club facilities, but you can also visit the public swimming pool in Troutbeck Bridge or Kendal’s Leisure Centre.

Orchestra

Make new friends. Play Chamber Music This course is specially designed to introduce young string players to performing in small groups. Guided by specialist tutors children have fun learning new skills.

Instilling good rehearsal technique Experienced tutors facilitate practice sessions with students themselves taking increasing responsibility for negotiating creative exchanges leading to performance.

YSV Showcase & Festival events

Develop the inner musician • Choir singing develops the ‘inner ear’ and pitch sense in the instrumental musician. • Dalcroze instils good rhythmic skill and awareness of tempi. • Musical Games keep minds alert and encourage fun.

Strengthening core skills Orchestral playing, Dalcroze Eurhythmics and technique sessions are scheduled to assist students with the musical skills they need to perform to the best of their abilities.

Music for life: Our aims The accent of this non-residential course is on enhancing musical skills and widening horizons. Experience the joy of playing with others in trios, quartets, and larger ensembles. Team-working, self-discipline and concentration are skills needed in everyday life and are just some of the benefits young players absorb in making music together. Students gain a real sense of achievement performing in one of the end-of-course showcase concerts as part of a top UK music festival.

Orchestral playing builds confidence in the young musician. It encourages good sight-reading and ensemble skills.

Technique, choir & dalcroze These sessions develop the all-round musician. Technique consolidates core skills. Singing helps pitch sense and intonation. Dalcroze instils tempo, rhythm and phrasing.

Music to inspire young people The daily timetable runs from 9am to 1pm The schedule is tailor-made for the ability of each student.

Music is specially chosen to cater for the needs of young string players and is provided by the Course Directors.

2.30pm Wednesday 3 August Windermere School Sam Forrester Masterclass 2.30pm Friday 5 August Lakes School, Troutbeck Bridge YSV Showcase Concert Do book early as these events often sell out. For a list of other great family events at LDSM 2011 see www.ldsm.org.uk/ysv

Loads of great places to visit Enjoy the South Lakes Wild Animal Park over in Daltonin-Furness or visit Beatrix Potter’s World of Adventures in Bowness. Go and see the latest 3D blockbuster movies at Zeffirrelis.

Take a family trip on the largest natural lake in England Windermere Lake Cruises have steamers and launches which sail daily between Ambleside, Bowness and Lakeside. Stop off at Lakeside’s Aquarium of the Lake or take a trip back in time and travel on the Lakeside & Haverthwaite Steam Railway.


An Introduction to Young String Venture

Catering for players of all levels

Location & Things to see, do & hear!

The Benefits of Young String Venture

Chamber Music

From those just starting out ....

...to the more advanced string player

Learning in an inspiring location

Leisure facilities for all the family

Come together with other musicians from across UK. Many return each year, but we’re always delighted to welcome new friends of all abilities, from beginners right through to Grade 8!

Key skills include: • playing individual parts in an ensemble • aural awareness • learning rehearsal techniques • working together in small groups

Build confidence & aural awareness Learn to play your part while listening to and keeping with the others in your chamber group. In this supportive environment, the confidence of each individual is nurtured by tutors.

Developing repertoire and musical leadership More experienced students are encouraged to extend their musicianship, leadership qualities and teamworking skills through the learning and playing of chamber music works.

Based at the heart of the English Lake District, only five minutes walk from the centre of Windermere village, Windermere Preparator School (previously called Elleray School) provides excellent facilities and a safe and secure environment for our Young String Venture.

Low Wood and Langdale both offer premium leisure club facilities, but you can also visit the public swimming pool in Troutbeck Bridge or Kendal’s Leisure Centre.

Orchestra

Make new friends. Play Chamber Music This course is specially designed to introduce young string players to performing in small groups. Guided by specialist tutors children have fun learning new skills.

Instilling good rehearsal technique Experienced tutors facilitate practice sessions with students themselves taking increasing responsibility for negotiating creative exchanges leading to performance.

YSV Showcase & Festival events

Develop the inner musician • Choir singing develops the ‘inner ear’ and pitch sense in the instrumental musician. • Dalcroze instils good rhythmic skill and awareness of tempi. • Musical Games keep minds alert and encourage fun.

Strengthening core skills Orchestral playing, Dalcroze Eurhythmics and technique sessions are scheduled to assist students with the musical skills they need to perform to the best of their abilities.

Music for life: Our aims The accent of this non-residential course is on enhancing musical skills and widening horizons. Experience the joy of playing with others in trios, quartets, and larger ensembles. Team-working, self-discipline and concentration are skills needed in everyday life and are just some of the benefits young players absorb in making music together. Students gain a real sense of achievement performing in one of the end-of-course showcase concerts as part of a top UK music festival.

Orchestral playing builds confidence in the young musician. It encourages good sight-reading and ensemble skills.

Technique, choir & dalcroze These sessions develop the all-round musician. Technique consolidates core skills. Singing helps pitch sense and intonation. Dalcroze instils tempo, rhythm and phrasing.

Music to inspire young people The daily timetable runs from 9am to 1pm The schedule is tailor-made for the ability of each student.

Music is specially chosen to cater for the needs of young string players and is provided by the Course Directors.

2.30pm Wednesday 3 August Windermere School Sam Forrester Masterclass 2.30pm Friday 5 August Lakes School, Troutbeck Bridge YSV Showcase Concert Do book early as these events often sell out. For a list of other great family events at LDSM 2011 see www.ldsm.org.uk/ysv

Loads of great places to visit Enjoy the South Lakes Wild Animal Park over in Daltonin-Furness or visit Beatrix Potter’s World of Adventures in Bowness. Go and see the latest 3D blockbuster movies at Zeffirrelis.

Take a family trip on the largest natural lake in England Windermere Lake Cruises have steamers and launches which sail daily between Ambleside, Bowness and Lakeside. Stop off at Lakeside’s Aquarium of the Lake or take a trip back in time and travel on the Lakeside & Haverthwaite Steam Railway.


Student places cannot be confirmed unless all details on the form have been completed and fees received. Application Forms must be received by Monday 9 May 2011.

Early bird applications

Course directors

Course directors

Please contact Anna Pickton, Festival & Academy Officer. Telephone: 08456 44 25 08 Email: courses@ldsm.org.uk

Apply before Thursday 31 March 2011 and pay discounted fees of £220.

Rachel Moore A graduate from Leeds University, Rachel went on to further her cello studies at the RNCM and to train on the award winning Junior Strings Project. After completing her postgraduate years, she was engaged as a JSP tutor and now combines this with teaching in schools around the North West, at the RNCM junior School, and privately. Rachel has been a Course Director of the Young String Venture since 1999.

Claire Noakes Claire Noakes studied cello with Leonid Gorokov and Kim Dintizen at the RNCM, graduating in 2001. After completing her postgraduate studies Claire worked as Head of Strings for Solihull Music Service, and at the RNCM Junior School coaching Dalcroze Eurhythmics and Chamber Music. She now works full-time as Assistant Head of Solihull Music Service and has been one of our Course Directors since 2005.

Full fees £250 Family price: £20 reduction on each additional child from the same family at the same address.

Family price also apply to Early bird discounted fees! £20 reductions on each additional child from the same family. For cancellation fees, terms & conditions, please see our website.

‘It was such a challenge playing in smaller groups and listening to one another but such a thrill and we really hope to continue playing in chamber groups and returning again next year.’ Tabitha And Miranda, Violins, 2010

Other course tutors include Katie Hibbert Tutor in Upper Strings, Durham County Council Neil McErlean Tutor, Derby City & County Music Partnership Ruth Openshaw Head of Strings, Sollihull Music Services Rebecca Rathbone Head of Music Service for Derby City and County Music Partnership. Aileen Williams Strings Tutor, Bolton Music Services

Whilst every effort is made to ensure that the information in this leaflet is correct, some alterations to the faculty may be necessary in exceptional circumstances. LDSM reserves the right to make any necessary alternations without prior notification.

Tel: 08456 442508 | www.ldsm.org.uk

Stimulating and funpacked musical activities for string players aged 6-18

Clear and accurate information on musical experience and repertoire is vital. Children are placed in ensembles according to their appropriate ability and experience. This information should be written on separate sheets if necessary and stapled to the relevant form.

Any queries?

31 July – 5 August 2011

Separate forms are required for EACH student.

Young String Venture

Apply online at www.ldsm.org.uk/ysv

The 2011 YSV Faculty

Registered Charity No: 516350

How to Apply


Student places cannot be confirmed unless all details on the form have been completed and fees received. Application Forms must be received by Monday 9 May 2011.

Early bird applications

Course directors

Course directors

Please contact Anna Pickton, Festival & Academy Officer. Telephone: 08456 44 25 08 Email: courses@ldsm.org.uk

Apply before Thursday 31 March 2011 and pay discounted fees of £220.

Rachel Moore A graduate from Leeds University, Rachel went on to further her cello studies at the RNCM and to train on the award winning Junior Strings Project. After completing her postgraduate years, she was engaged as a JSP tutor and now combines this with teaching in schools around the North West, at the RNCM junior School, and privately. Rachel has been a Course Director of the Young String Venture since 1999.

Claire Noakes Claire Noakes studied cello with Leonid Gorokov and Kim Dintizen at the RNCM, graduating in 2001. After completing her postgraduate studies Claire worked as Head of Strings for Solihull Music Service, and at the RNCM Junior School coaching Dalcroze Eurhythmics and Chamber Music. She now works full-time as Assistant Head of Solihull Music Service and has been one of our Course Directors since 2005.

Full fees £250 Family price: £20 reduction on each additional child from the same family at the same address.

Family price also apply to Early bird discounted fees! £20 reductions on each additional child from the same family. For cancellation fees, terms & conditions, please see our website.

‘It was such a challenge playing in smaller groups and listening to one another but such a thrill and we really hope to continue playing in chamber groups and returning again next year.’ Tabitha And Miranda, Violins, 2010

Other course tutors include Katie Hibbert Tutor in Upper Strings, Durham County Council Neil McErlean Tutor, Derby City & County Music Partnership Ruth Openshaw Head of Strings, Sollihull Music Services Rebecca Rathbone Head of Music Service for Derby City and County Music Partnership. Aileen Williams Strings Tutor, Bolton Music Services

Whilst every effort is made to ensure that the information in this leaflet is correct, some alterations to the faculty may be necessary in exceptional circumstances. LDSM reserves the right to make any necessary alternations without prior notification.

Tel: 08456 442508 | www.ldsm.org.uk

Stimulating and funpacked musical activities for string players aged 6-18

Clear and accurate information on musical experience and repertoire is vital. Children are placed in ensembles according to their appropriate ability and experience. This information should be written on separate sheets if necessary and stapled to the relevant form.

Any queries?

31 July – 5 August 2011

Separate forms are required for EACH student.

Young String Venture

Apply online at www.ldsm.org.uk/ysv

The 2011 YSV Faculty

Registered Charity No: 516350

How to Apply

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