Might you be a Composer?
Spotlight Concert Friday, October 18 Saturday, October 19 6:30pm CFAC Auditorium, Recital Hall & Center Art Gallery. New this year, the "Spotlight" concert features student performances ranging from solo work to larger ensembles, from musical theatre.
A lot of people say that they have music running around inside their heads, even when their iPods are on the blink and they aren’t within earshot of a stereo system. Does this sort of thing ever happen to you? Now here’s the really big question: Are any of those tunes ones that you make up? If so, might you be a composer? This workshop is just they event for you.
Might YOU be a Composer?
Conducted by: David Fuentes
Professor of Composition and Theory Calvin College
Saturday October 19, 2013
Covenant Fine Arts Center, room 224
A workshop for high school students curious about pursuing music composition as a serious hobby or vocation
means and methods
how composers compose
inspiration vs. perspiration
- emerging technology
talent and teaching
what composers need to possess
what composers need to learn
what composers might expect at college
- what young composers can do now
composition as a calling
scratching the itch
the composer’s audience
- careers involving composition
After a free lunch, students will have an opportunity to present music they have written for comments. The workshop is free, but limited to 15 students. Find applications at www.calvin.edu/academic/music/division/thercomp.
For more information, contact David Fuentes: firstname.lastname@example.org 616.526.6569
View all the events taking place during the department of music's 2013-2014 concert season.