WEEK ONE 29 July to 5 August

Alexander Technique and Chi Kung

Cappella Chamber Choir

Chamber Orchestra

Choral Workshop 1

Composers’ Workshop

Masterclass for Singers

Piano Accompaniment

Practical Conducting

Score Learning and General Musicianship

The World of Wind Chamber Music

Voices in Harmony

Wind Conducting

Wind Ensemble

WEEK TWO  5 to 12 August

Alexander Technique and Chi Kung

Art of Choral Direction

Choral Masterpieces Choral  Course

Choral Workshop 2

Journey Through Jazz

Lighter Side Choral  Course

Masterclass for Singers

Orchestral Conducting Course

Piano Course

Score Learning and General Musicianship

Symphony Orchestra

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Mark Heron  is a Scottish conductor noted for dynamic and well-rehearsed performances of an unusually wide repertoire. He has appeared with orchestras including the BBC Philharmonic, BBC Scottish, Philharmonia, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, Scottish National, Manchester Camerata, Psappha,  

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Meininger Hofkapelle, Orquestra Sinfónica de Murcia and Pori Sinfonietta. He is the music director of the Nottingham  Philharmonic and as a member of the RNCM conducting staff works regularly with all of the college’s orchestras and ensembles. Mark has a keen interest in contemporary music. He has collaborated with leading composers such as Sir Harrison Birtwistle, Heiner Goebbels, Magnus Lindberg, Sir James MacMillan, Colin Matthews, Mark Anthony Turnage, Giya Kancheli, Unsuk Chin, Kalevi Aho, Detlev Glanert, Christopher Rouse, Bernard Rands and Howard Skempton. He has recorded more than twenty CDs with the RNCM Wind Orchestra on labels such as Chandos, Naxos, NMC, ASC and Polyphonic.  Alongside his conducting engagements, Mark has a burgeoning international reputation as a conducting teacher on the RNCM’s renowned conducting programmes, at the University of Manchester, as a visiting professor to the Royal Air Force and as a guest at conducting courses all over the world