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Baroque Adventures for All (Recording)

SG $22.50

Note: The live version of this course has recently concluded. You are purchasing recordings of the sessions.

Ever get curious to time travel?

Get quick tips to perform baroque music with specialist Dr. Alan Choo. He shares some basic concepts of baroque playing by workshopping fun folk tunes as a group, both in person and virtually. Have your instruments ready to try your hand at making Baroque music come alive!

And you can level up!
Workshop a piece of your choice by signing up for a personalised masterclass slot. Only 3 masterclass slots are available, and participants will be selected by a pre-screening audition tape. Simply email us a link to a 2-5 minute video of yourself playing a baroque piece by 6 April 2022.

Event schedule:

7:30-8:30pm: Baroque workshop
8:30-9:30pm: Baroque masterclass (workshop participants are welcome to observe)

Venue for in-person participants:

Musospace
140 Paya Lebar Rd, #03-02
AZ Building, Singapore 409015

Sign up by 3 April for a 10% early bird discount. In-person spots are limited, so register early to avoid disappointment!

Singaporean violinist Alan Choo has established himself on the global stage as a leading soloist, chamber musician and historical specialist. He made his solo debut at the Tanglewood and Ravinia Music Festivals 2017 with Apollo’s Fire, the Grammy Award-winning baroque orchestra in the United States with which he currently serves as Artistic Leadership Fellow and takes on soloist, concertmaster and guest director roles. He is also Founder and Artistic Director of Red Dot Baroque, Singapore’s first professional period ensemble, which has enjoyed multiple sold-out concerts and critical acclaim since their formation in August 2018. In May 2019 he was invited as guest concertmaster and soloist with the Shanghai Camerata, and has conducted masterclasses and workshops at the Cleveland Institute of Music, Baldwin-Wallace College, Bowling Green State University and Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music, his alma mater.