Breath of the Bow: Solutions to an Efficient Cello Bow Arm

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String Webinar Series: Webinar #1

Breath of the Bow: Solutions to an Efficient Cello Bow Arm

Presented by Diana Wuli

Date: Tuesday 16 June
Time: 7.30pm (AEST)
Location: Online via Zoom

FREE WEBINAR

PD Certificate Provided

Watch video replay:
https://vimeo.com/429579555

Download copy of presentation slides:
Breath of the Bow Presentation Slides_Diana Wuli_16 June 2020

Description

Achieving an efficient bow arm facilitates the breath of the voice for the cello. In this first string webinar session, cellist and educator Diana Wuli will focus on providing solutions to common cello bow arm issues. You will be able to identify common issues that arise in the bow arm, understand the foundations and cause of the issue, gain insight into different solutions, and observe how to apply solutions in your teaching practice. 

The presentation will explore common issues including:

  • Bow weight & motion
  • Bow hold
  • Bow changes
  • String changes

There will be a Q&A during the last part of the webinar, giving attendees an opportunity to ask questions. After you have watched the webinar, you will be able to download a PD certificate, and you will be sent a link to the recording.

This webinar will be suitable for cello teachers.

How to Register
Click on the registration link below. Enter your name and email address to sign up for the FREE webinar. After you've registered, you'll receive a confirmation email with some instructions and a link to join the webinar. You'll also receive a reminder email 24 hours before the event is due to take place, and 1 hour prior to the start time.

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Enquiries
Genevieve Newton
Victorian Music Teachers' Association
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T: (03) 5243 4200

About the Presenter

As a contemporary international artist, Diana Wuli has performed in concerts throughout the USA, UK, Europe, Australia, and Asia. She has also performed with Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra, New Zealand Opera and Ballet Orchestra, and International Chamber Orchestra of Puerto Rico. Diana has been the recipient of numerous prestigious prizes and awards, including the Donovan Johnson Travelling Scholarship (AUS), Thornton Foundation Award (UK), Eva Heinitz Cello Award (USA), and Janos Starker Scholar (USA).
 
A passionate educator, Diana is currently on faculty at Vincennes University (USA) as Adjunct Professor in Applied Strings and Director of VU String Ensemble and co-director of the Summer Strings Camp at United Conservatory of Music Fresno, California. She gives workshops and masterclasses as guest lecturer at universities, including Miami University, Fresno State University, Indiana University Bloomington, University of South Dakota, and Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico. Her ongoing dedication to research in string pedagogy has seen her create and develop new and innovative cello and string teaching methods in collaboration with famous string educator Mimi Zweig. 

 An avid believer in the purpose and power of music, Diana is actively involved in projects with the mission of exchanging, connecting, and collaborating in music and music education, bringing together communities around the globe. 

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