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Early Music Masterclass with Jo Arnott

September 2, 2023 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm AEST

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Join early music specialist and Central Coast Conservatorium of Music teacher Jo Arnott and selected students of the Central Coast Conservatorium in this early music masterclass at Robert Knox Hall. 

Observing this class will help students better understand performance of music from the Baroque period and earlier, enabling them to incorporate new ideas and historic performance practice into their own repertoire.

About Jo Arnott

With a Masters degree from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music and over 20 years’ teaching and performing experience,  professional recorder player Jo has performed with groups such as Bel A Capella, Innominata, Consort 8, and Thoroughbass, and has tutored at early music, recorder, band and orchestral workshops throughout Australia.

A founding member of The Australian Recorder Project,  Joanne has taught recorder, clarinet and flute for 20 years and saxophone for eight. With a love of medieval and baroque music, Jo also tutors at early music workshops and has performed extensively with early music ensembles as a recorder player.

“I love medieval and baroque music, as I find it mesmerising and calming both to listen to and to play. The florid ornamentation of the late baroque period is particularly stunning and rewarding to play.

An enthusiastic music teacher, Joanne said she is passionate about creating a rewarding learning environment and instilling confidence in her students.

“I love to inspire students to learn and feel excited and passionate about music, and to help create a community in which music is an integral part of everyday life.”

How to register

There is no cost to observe this masterclass and workshop but registration is essential for all involved.

To register click HERE BEFORE Friday 25 August to confirm your attendance.

For more information, please phone 4324 7477 or email admin@cccmusic.nsw.edu.au


September 2, 2023
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm AEST
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