Whenever possible we offer music students an opportunity to work directly with Symphony musicians in a collaborative workshop. These events are tailored to the needs of the students. For more information contact Allan Gaskin.
Redge Craig Memorial Workshop
This free, interactive instrumental workshop is held annually at a school in
Our 2011 workshop teamed up percussion students at Fairview Junior High in
Interested in applying for this workshop? Applications should be received by December 1st of each year and should include:
• School and/or ensemble name
• Contact name and phone number
• School name and address
• Email addresses of the school and contact person
• Reason for requesting the workshop
Talk to us
Do you have questions or comments about our Music Mentors program? We'd love to hear from you. Please contact:
Education and Community Outreach Coordinator, Symphony Nova Scotia
902.421.1300 ext. 229 or 902.889.2352
Elementary ProgramsYouth ProgramsUnder-30 ProgramsAdult ProgramsPre-School & FamilyHome School ProgramsSymphony 101
- Baroque BowsFirst and Second ViolinLeading RolesNorman Adams' celloSymphony 101: TerminologyBow MakingBassesFirst NotesSymphony vs OrchestraClappingFormal ClothesConductorMovementsSoloist
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