Wednesday 10 August 2022

From 'Singing for Beginners' to 'Greek Plays', the Guildhall School's short courses programme returns this Autumn

Guildhall School's Short Courses - Writing for Screen (Photo: Dave Buttle)
Guildhall School's Short Courses - Writing for Screen (Photo: Dave Buttle)

The Guildhall School of Music and Drama has announced is Autumn programme of short courses for ages 18 and over. There are 12 evening courses (in person and on-line) including singing, music production, acting, theatre history and screenwriting, with five music courses. 

There is one new music course, Singing for Beginners (with voice and dialect coach Esi Acquaah-Harrison, lead singer of Cirque du Soleil's Totem from 2010–2019), plus two other returning courses Introduction to the Music Business, and Writing for an Orchestra and all three are delivered in person. Additionally, there are two online courses, Film Music Composition for Beginners, and In the Studio: Music Production with Glen Scott.

Other returning courses include Shakespeare: An Experiential Workshop, Level 1 with Guildhall School alumnus Mariah Gale, and Reading Theatre: A Play a Week with Guildhall School alumnus Charlotte Bate. Other new courses include Greek Plays: The Ritual of Theatre with Cheek by Jowl creative associate Lucinda Dawkins, who trained as a director at the Yale School of Drama and is currently working on a new version of Aeschylus’ Agamemnon at Theatre for a New Audience in Brooklyn, New York.

Full details from the Guildhall School website

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