Booking for our Summer 2021 Series is now open
We are tentatively planning some face-to-face events for the autumn, but in the mean time we are pleased to announce our third series of online events, which includes two National Webinars, alongside members-only Zoom events focusing on issues of particular interest to singing teachers today. Booking is open for the first three events, and please do save the date for our AGM which takes place on Sunday 11 July.
Our next National Webinar: Trinity College Digital Grades & Diplomas
Thursday 29 April: 6.30pm
Led by singing specialist examiner, Luise Horrocks and Head of Sector Support, Kate Attard, this live webinar will introduce you to Trinity’s digital offer and what particular considerations you, as singing teachers, may need to take into consideration.
Singing, aerosols and COVID – what does the PERFORM study tell us?
500 people joined us live for our first National webinar with three of the UK's leading laryngologists: Nicholas Gibbins (University Hospital, Lewisham) Declan Costello (Wrexham Park Hospital, Berkshire) and Natalie Watson (Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust). Since the event on 17 September 2020, over 4500 people have watched it. You can catch up with the recording below:
AOTOS – the Association of Teachers of Singing
AOTOS was founded in 1975 to promote a wider understanding of all aspects of the teaching of singing. We create opportunities which bring together teachers from all over the world.
All AOTOS activities and services are open to members specialising in teaching any expression of song: from classical, through music theatre and folk, to jazz, rock and gospel; privately or in school, college or conservatoire.
We are delighted to be working in partnership with National Youth Choirs of Great Britain (NYCGB) for a third year with four singers from the NYCGB's Fellowship and four composers from their Young Composers' Scheme.
Find out more about the Teaching Mentors Partnership here.
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