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Musical Directing and Conducting experience wanted
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pianoman27
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Aug 29, 2006, 8:26 PM

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Musical Directing and Conducting experience wanted.

I am a final year university student studying music composition and would like some experience in conducting and directing. I am currently a musical director for an amateur dramatics society in Birmingham and I also conduct the university wind band.

I am looking into conducting or directing as a possible career choice, alongside being a freelance composer, but require crucial experince to help me develop and progress.

I am hoping to do a masters degree in conducting but require vital experience to widen my choice of universities.

Anyone who may be able to help please reply to this post.

Many thanks

Martin Sleaford

(This post was edited by Tim on Oct 3, 2006, 6:05 AM)


lorraine Payne
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Mar 13, 2008, 10:31 AM

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Dear Martin, please contact us regarding a small, good standard grand opera company who may be in need of assisstance for 2008/2009. Good Artistic Director and singers to work with, and good orchestra. Commitment required. Thursday evenings, some Sundays, main production November city centre, and concert or two in Spring.
Call us on 07971 673 060.


pianoman27
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Mar 20, 2008, 7:54 PM

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Hello,

I am interested, could you please provide me with some more information. Where do you rehearse, what are you currently working towards, what time are rehearsals? Do you have a website that i can look at?



Many thanks

Martin

 
 


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