This exciting series of five starts with “Intonation” on 8th March, and continues with further sessions on 15th March, 22nd March, 29th March and 5th April. Other topics covered will be “Everything about Tone Production”, “How to set up the right arm and right hand”, “How to teach Vibrato”, and “Everything about the left hand action including shifting”.
It should be stressed that in every session, all other areas are necessarily included. It isn’t possible to deal with tone without mentioning the bow arm, and vice versa. So these headings should be treated only as rough guides to the contents of each session.
All the talks will take place at Primrose Hill Community Association, London NW1, from 2.30 to 5.30pm.
Simon Fischer is recognised as having a place amongst the world’s elite teachers. Having studied in London with Yfrah Neaman, and in New York with Dorothy DeLay, Fischer’s approach unites the best elements of the French, Russian and American violin traditions. He also studied Alexander Technique under Walter Carrington (himself a pupil of Alexander) for seven years.
He is a professor at the Guildhall School of Music. He has also held positions at three specialist music schools, the Yehudi Menuhin, Wells Cathedral and Purcell, For 15 years he was also a visiting professor at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music.