Troubleshooting for fiddle players
“Liz is a natural teacher and she knows her stuff.”
Do you need a little bit of guidance in your fiddle playing? Are you struggling with bowing or a particular technique? Would some general feedback in relation to your playing be of help?
Whether you are preparing for an exam or a competition or simply progressing in your journey as a fiddle player, whether you feel stuck or simply uninspired then the ‘FiddleClinic’ could be for you. In a one-to-one 30 minute session with world renowned teacher, Liz Doherty, we will try to identify and articulate the problem (general or specific), look at possible solutions, and figure out how best to help you move forward with your playing.
The FiddleClinic sessions are one-off 30 minute slots; the intention is that an issue is identified at the start of the session and this is then pursued for the duration of the session.
For many fiddle players a single session might be sufficient. Others might value this type of support on a more regular basis – perhaps once a month.
IS THE FIDDLECLINIC FOR YOU?
The FiddleClinic is aimed primarily at intermediate to advanced players who have a repertoire of tunes and who are able to identity an issue with their playing – it’s not necessarily about learning how to do something for the first time.
For those players who do not have a regular fiddle teacher then a FiddleClinic session should help you get re-focused and re-motivated.
For those who are lucky enough to have a teacher then the FiddleClinic is an addition to your regular lessons, offering a fresh perspective.
FiddleClinic Live is an alternative to the tried-and-tested workshop formula at your festival or event. Students attend one-to-one sessions with Liz Doherty to get feedback or tackle a problem area. To enquire about hosting a FiddleClinic Live please email email@example.com
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