Student deadline has passed! 3/27 (Sat) Megumi Kanda (Trombone) Online Open Lesson 2021

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Online Open Lesson 2021 Season 1

Last year's popular Megumi Kanda (trombone) online lesson is back! !

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Megumi Kanda (Principal, Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra)

[Lesson holding time]

Saturday, March 27, 2021 10:00-12:00 (planned)

Talk theme: If you only have 5-10 minutes to warm up
10:15〜11:00 Master class ① (45 minutes)
11:00〜11:45 Master class ② (45 minutes)
11:45〜12:00 Talk corner

[tuition fee]

6,000 yen / 45 minutes

[Learned songs]

Please select one of the following two options.

① Arbitrary orchestra study 4 to 5 songs

② Arbitrary orchestra study 2 pieces + free piece

[Application Guidelines]

① Those who have experience using Zoom meetings and can set the music mode by themselves

* Reference link:

② Those who can take the course in a room with a stable internet environment

Upload speed 30Mbps or more recommended.

Can be measured from . Click "Show details" at the bottom center of the screen, and check the upload number on the right.

It is even better if it is a room where you can secure a distance of about 2 meters between the instrument and the device.

Those who have a large screen and a new recommended terminal as much as possible

Computer (Mac or Windows does not matter)

Smartphones (iPhone, Android), tablets such as iPad.

Newer models are preferable. External mic recommended.

④Those who agree to appear in the video

The lesson will be recorded and the video will be sold at a later date. We will also use promotional videos and photos on our SNS.

After applying for the course, please submit the consent form.

【Application method】

If you would like to attend, please fill in the necessary information and apply from the following.

Click here to apply!

[We accept advance consultation]

If you have any questions about the course, please contact us via email or Zoom meeting.

If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact us below!

Contact us from here!

[Lecturer Introduction]
Megumi Kanda (Trombone/Principal of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra)
Born in Nagoya in 1975. Started playing the trombone at the age of 10. From the age of 13, he studied trombone under Sumio Miwa (NHK Symphony Orchestra, Toho Gakuen). 1993 Received 1st prize at the 1st Japan Trombone Competition and the Chairman's Award of the Japan Brass Band Association. After graduating from the music department of Toho Girls' High School in 1994, she moved to the United States.
Studied under James Desano (principal trombonist of the Cleveland Orchestra) at the Cleveland Conservatory of Music.
After graduating from the Conservatory of Music in 1997 at the top of his class, he served as principal of the Albany Symphony Orchestra in New York, the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, and a lecturer at the Eastman School of Music.
He is also actively performing solo activities such as recitals and concertos and master classes around the world, and has performed as a soloist with numerous orchestras such as the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, the Prague Chamber Orchestra, and the United States Military Band.
He has many commissioned works and is regularly invited as a guest at the International Trombone Festival.
In terms of recordings, Victor Entertainment has released three solo albums and a concert live recording "Magnifique Live", and his book "The One Hundred", a textbook for orchestral studies, has been published by Encore Publishing.
She has received the Arion Award Encouragement Award from the Arion Music Foundation, was also commended by the Consul General of Japan in Chicago, and was recognized by Business Journal as the most influential woman in Milwaukee in 2017.
In her private life, she is struggling with her husband, Dietrich, who is a horn player, as the mother of three sons and three cats.
My hobby is garden work. The instrument used is Greenhoe GC4-1R.

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