Dublin Sessions

Royal Irish Academy Of Music

Royal Irish Academy Of Music …

The Royal Irish Academy of Music is a home of musical excellence and dynamism, a place of teaching and learning which consistently achieves its objective of transmitting and maintaining the highest standards of performance and appreciation in all musical disciplines. Founded in 1848 the Academy is Ireland’s oldest musical institution.

Events at Royal Irish Academy Of Music …

Sunday 27th August ... Child Protection Training for Music Teachers ~ The Organ Room, RIAM

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This aim of this training is to equip participants with the skills and knowledge that are necessary to deal with child protection issues in line with Children First 2011 guidelines, Children First Act 2015 and the Child Care Act 1991. All Participants will receive a copy of  Barnardos Protecting Children, A Child Protection Guide for Early Years and School Age Childcare Services (2nd Ed) and a Certificate of Attendance ... €90

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  • After taking part in the training, participants will be able to:

    • Recognise their legal responsibilities in relation to Child Protection
    • Explain the definitions of abuse
    • Identify the signs and indicators of abuse and neglect
    • Describe how to respond to a disclosure
    • Prepare a Standard Report Form

    The course will involve presentation, case studies and group exercises.

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Saturday 2nd September ... Key Skills 2017 ~ Workshop - (Tipperary)

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Réamonn Keary and Lorna Horan will combine forces to present teachers with a guided approach to preparing students for piano exams using the RIAM 2018 piano albums and discussing the potential technical and musical challenges in each piece and addressing ways to tackle these problems. Each participant will receive a copy of the Key Skills Handbook, which includes copies of the annotated scores for all the pieces from Elementary to Grade V and Teaching Notes for each grade ... €140

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  • Date and Time

    Sat 2 September 2017

    10:00 – 16:00 IST

    Location

    Ursuline Convent

    Thurles

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    Refund Policy

    Refunds up to 7 days before event

    The main focus of these sessions will include:

    Elementary – Grade VIII: preparing the pieces for exam performance

    Selecting the right pieces for each student

    Discussing the potential challenges in each piece and addressing ways to tackle these problems

    Identifiying the style and character of each piece

    The art of scale and arpeggio playing from the early stages

    The importance of the supporting material: Theory, Aural Tests and Sight-Reading

    How to approach exam day

    Workshops will be held from 10.00 am to 1.00 pm and 2.00 pm to 4.00 pm

    For additional information visit:

    Stay connected with the Royal Irish Academy of Music Teaching Network:

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Sunday 3rd September ... Key Skills 2017 ~ Workshop - (Drogheda)

Key Skills All

Réamonn Keary and Lorna Horan will combine forces to present teachers with a guided approach to preparing students for piano exams using the RIAM 2018 piano albums and discussing the potential technical and musical challenges in each piece and addressing ways to tackle these problems. Each participant will receive a copy of the Key Skills Handbook, which includes copies of the annotated scores for all the pieces from Elementary to Grade V and Teaching Notes for each grade ... €140

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  • Date and Time

    Sun 3 September 2017

    10:00 – 16:00 IST

    Location

    Droichead Arts Centre

    Stockwell Lane

    Drogheda

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    Refund Policy

    Refunds up to 7 days before event

    The main focus of these sessions will include:

    Elementary – Grade VIII: preparing the pieces for exam performance

    Selecting the right pieces for each student

    Discussing the potential challenges in each piece and addressing ways to tackle these problems

    Identifiying the style and character of each piece

    The art of scale and arpeggio playing from the early stages

    The importance of the supporting material: Theory, Aural Tests and Sight-Reading

    How to approach exam day

    Workshops will be held from 10.00 am to 1.00 pm and 2.00 pm to 4.00 pm

    For additional information visit:

    Stay connected with the Royal Irish Academy of Music Teaching Network:

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Sunday 3rd September ... Key Skills 2017 ~ Workshop - (Kilkenny)

Key Skills All

Réamonn Keary and Lorna Horan will combine forces to present teachers with a guided approach to preparing students for piano exams using the RIAM 2018 piano albums and discussing the potential technical and musical challenges in each piece and addressing ways to tackle these problems. Each participant will receive a copy of the Key Skills Handbook, which includes copies of the annotated scores for all the pieces from Elementary to Grade V and Teaching Notes for each grade ... €140

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  • Date and Time

    Sun 3 September 2017

    10:00 – 16:00 IST

    Location

    Castalia Hall

    Callan

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    Refund Policy

    Refunds up to 7 days before event

     

    The main focus of these sessions will include:

    Elementary – Grade VIII: preparing the pieces for exam performance

    Selecting the right pieces for each student

    Discussing the potential challenges in each piece and addressing ways to tackle these problems

    Identifiying the style and character of each piece

    The art of scale and arpeggio playing from the early stages

    The importance of the supporting material: Theory, Aural Tests and Sight-Reading

    How to approach exam day

    Workshops will be held from 10.00 am to 1.00 pm and 2.00 pm to 4.00 pm

    For additional information visit:

    Stay connected with the Royal Irish Academy of Music Teaching Network:

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Monday 4th September - Monday 4th December ... Teacher's Tool-kit

Teachers Tool Kit

Developing a Tool-kit for instrumental and vocal teachers: a 12 week course at the Royal Irish Academy of Music. This 5 ECTS credit course is accredited by Trinity College Dublin at level 7 of the NFQ. Would you like to enter the instrumental and vocal teaching profession?
Or are you an experienced teacher who would like to learn about new strategies in music education?
Then this course is for you! ... €595

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  • Date and Time

    Mon, 4 Sep 2017, 18:00 –

    Mon, 4 Dec 2017, 20:00 IST

    Location

    Royal Irish Academy of Music

    38 Westland Row

    Dublin

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    Refund Policy

    Refunds up to 7 days before event

     

    Join expert educator Grainne Deery on this interactive, lively and varied course between September and December which will explore the following themes:

    • The role of the instrumental and vocal teacher in the 21st century
    • The business of music teaching
    • The Reflective Practitioner
    • Creative teaching and practice strategies
    • Lesson planning
    • Learning differences and styles
    • Developing musicianship and aural skills
    • Health and wellbeing, motivation, performance anxiety

    This courses promises to broaden your knowledge of current literature and research relating to the teaching and learning environment.

    WHEN

    12 Monday evenings from 6-8 pm

    8 foundation weeks 4/9, 11/9, 18/9, 25/9, 2/10, 9/10, 16/10, 23/10

    4 reflective weeks 13/11, 20/11/27/11, 4/12

    ASSESSMENT

    The course is open to those who wish to undertake the assignments (which include class presentations, essays, learning diaries) to achieve 5 ECTS credits from Trinity College Dublin. We also welcome those who wish to audit the course without taking any assessment. All students will receive a certificate of completion from the RIAM.

    HOW TO APPLY

    This course is limited to 10 students and application is done on a first come, first served basis. To secure your place, contact [email protected]

    COST

    The course costs €595.

    GRAINNE DEERY, TUTOR

    Gráinne Deery holds a dual appointment as Lecturer in Musicianship at the Royal Irish Academy of Music (with a specialism in instrumental and classroom pedagogy) and Assistant Lecturer in Music Education at the Froebel Department of Primary and Early Childhood Education at Maynooth University. Her research interests include the development and perception of musical potential within teaching and learning environments.

    As a passionate advocate of music education and key contributor to the development of music education in Ireland Gráinne was a central figure in the recent development of the new and innovative DipRIAM, an instrumental teaching Diploma focusing on the teaching and learning environment. Gráinne recently served as a committee member of the Society for Music Education in Ireland (SMEI) and the European Piano Teachers’ Association (EPTA). In addition, Gráinne held the position of Chair of the Irish branch of EPTA 2009-2013 during which time she founded and directed the EPTA Ireland Piano Competition.

    Gráinne holds a Masters in Music Performance (University of Leeds), and a Bachelor in Music Education (Trinity College Dublin and the Royal Irish Academy of Music). In addition, she holds a Higher Diploma in Music Teaching, Graduate and Associate Diplomas in Piano Teaching and was awarded a Commendation for Excellence in Teaching by Trinity College Dublin. As a prizewinner and scholarship recipient Gráinne also continues to be active as a pianist, adjudicator, and piano/keyboard harmony teacher.

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Monday 4th September - Monday 8th January ... Teaching Leaving Certificate Music E-course

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Course Director: Kim Fallen Bailey. Course Dates: Monday 4th September 2017 - Monday 8th January 2018 (SET A)
The E-course on Teaching Leaving Certificate Music is aimed at music teachers who want to develop their current knowledge of teaching the Leaving Certificate Music course for SET A. The course is delivered through a variety of comprehensive handouts, sound files, and online resources to help you with study. There are dedicated modules for each of the set works, along with the Composition paper and the Irish Music listening question ... €450

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  • Date and Time

    Mon, 4 Sep 2017, 08:00 –

    Mon, 8 Jan 2018, 23:30 IST

    Location

    Royal Irish Academy of Music

    38 Westland Row

    Dublin

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    Refund Policy

    Refunds up to 7 days before event

    In each module, the worksheets and handouts will examine the marking scheme and all the information studied will be based on past questions from the Leaving Cert papers. Participants are required to submit assignments to test their knowledge on the topics studied.

    Course materials will be accessed via the RIAM Teaching & Learning Network website. Registered participants will receive a code to access course materials prior to the start date of the 4th of September.

    The course for SET B will run from January 2018.

     

     

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Monday 11th September - Sunday 3rd December ... Music Ensemble Direction E-course

Music Ensemble

Course Director: Brendan Breslin. The 12 week E-Course in Music Ensemble Direction is for teachers and directors of instrumental groups and/or choirs who wish to develop their conducting skills, communication through body and language, and oversight of ensembles through goals, repertoire and other enhancing elements. The course has a practical application for school and instrumental teachers whether involved in conducting or not, as well as community ensemble leaders ... €795

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  • Date and Time

    Mon, 11 Sep 2017, 08:00 –

    Sun, 3 Dec 2017, 20:00 IST

    Location

    Royal Irish Academy of Music

    36-38 Westland Row

    Dublin

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    The course will include live and written components, as well as analysis through live lessons (online access required) and uploaded practice videos. The participants will develop an understanding of score analysis, repertoire and integral elements of ensemble instruments and voices.

    The course will focus on the key skills for direction of any ensemble including the technique required for clear communicative conducting, analyzing and interpreting repertoire, general knowledge of the instruments and/or voices within the ensemble, and general practical applications such as strategy, rehearsal/venue considerations, evaluation, dealing with anxiety, and arranging music.

    By completion of the course, participants will have a greater understanding of the various elements involved in music rehearsal and performance, and will have crafted core values in leadership, positive reinforcement and motivation. Participants can expect to have developed a skillset and understanding for what is most important before, during and after music performance.

    Includes modules on Conducting, Musical Language & Form, Instrument / Voice Knowledge, Arranging, Rehearsal & Performance Strategy, Presentation.

    The course materials will be accessed via the RIAM Teaching & Learning Network website. Registered participants will receive a code to access the course materials at the beginning of September 2017.

    Course dates: 11th September 2017 - 3rd December 2017

    Closing date for registering: 28th August 2017

    Requirements: An e-mail address and internet access, ability to read music, experience with an ensemble or ensemble repertoire is preferable. Participants will be expected to make themselves available on the 3rd of December 2017 to attend the Royal Irish Academy of Music to direct a performing ensemble. This element is compulsory. This will include a rehearsal of a set work and Viva Voce based on this.

    Award for course: Participants who complete the course will receive a certificate of completion.

    For more information, please contact: [email protected] or [email protected]

    Refund Policy

    Refunds up to 7 days before event

     

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Sunday 17th September ... Key Skills 2017 ~ Workshop - (Galway)

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Réamonn Keary and Lorna Horan will combine forces to present teachers with a guided approach to preparing students for piano exams using the RIAM 2018 piano albums and discussing the potential technical and musical challenges in each piece and addressing ways to tackle these problems. Each participant will receive a copy of the Key Skills Handbook, which includes copies of the annotated scores for all the pieces from Elementary to Grade V and Teaching Notes for each grade ... €140

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  • Date and Time

    Sun 17 September 2017

    10:00 – 16:00 IST

    Location

    The Connacht Hotel

    Galway

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    Refund Policy

    Refunds up to 7 days before event

     

     

    The main focus of these sessions will include:

    Elementary – Grade VIII: preparing the pieces for exam performance

    Selecting the right pieces for each student

    Discussing the potential challenges in each piece and addressing ways to tackle these problems

    Identifiying the style and character of each piece

    The art of scale and arpeggio playing from the early stages

    The importance of the supporting material: Theory, Aural Tests and Sight-Reading

    How to approach exam day

    Workshops will be held from 10.00 am to 1.00 pm and 2.00 pm to 4.00 pm

    For additional information visit:

    Stay connected with the Royal Irish Academy of Music Teaching Network:

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Sunday 24th September ... Key Skills 2017 ~ Workshop - (RIAM)

Key Skills All

Réamonn Keary and Lorna Horan will combine forces to present teachers with a guided approach to preparing students for piano exams using the RIAM 2018 piano albums and discussing the potential technical and musical challenges in each piece and addressing ways to tackle these problems. Each participant will receive a copy of the Key Skills Handbook, which includes copies of the annotated scores for all the pieces from Elementary to Grade V and Teaching Notes for each grade ... €140

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  • Date and Time

    Sun 24 September 2017

    10:00 – 16:00 IST

    Location

    Royal Irish Academy of Music

    38 Westland Row

    Dublin

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    Refund Policy

    Refunds up to 7 days before event

     

    The main focus of these sessions will include:

    Elementary – Grade VIII: preparing the pieces for exam performance

    Selecting the right pieces for each student

    Discussing the potential challenges in each piece and addressing ways to tackle these problems

    Identifiying the style and character of each piece

    The art of scale and arpeggio playing from the early stages

    The importance of the supporting material: Theory, Aural Tests and Sight-Reading

    How to approach exam day

    Workshops will be held from 10.00 am to 1.00 pm and 2.00 pm to 4.00 pm

    For additional information visit:

    Stay connected with the Royal Irish Academy of Music Teaching Network:

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