Are you the one who takes the lead with inspiring your students to make the most out of their talent and opportunities for performance? Whether you do this by creating opportunities within the school, as the one who is responsible for putting on the annual musical, or by signposting students to further training it can be a challenge to have all the information at your fingertips. We can help.
British Youth Music Theatre and Mountview are very pleased to announce the launch of their Music & Theatre – Education Conference on 21 February 2020. This full-day event is specifically designed to give Music, Drama and English teachers the chance to brush up on skills, learn new ones, hear from industry professionals and network with colleagues.
We will start with an inspirational keynote from Giles Terera. Giles trained at Mountview before appearing in The Tempest at the RSC, Avenue Q and Book of Mormon and winning Olivier Award for Best Actor in 2018 for his role in Hamilton. Giles is currently writing a book for young actors and is keen to share his experiences and the kind of advice that he’d have liked to have received when he when was starting out.
The conference will be full of opportunities to brush up on skills and meet theatre industry professionals as well as fellow educators. There will be a variety of workshops throughout the day including: the A-Z of putting on a musical, drama for music teachers, music for drama teachers, theatre lighting in schools, conducting for the inexperienced, auditioning your cast and theatre sound in schools.
For just £95 you can immerse yourself with a day of inspiration and insights in music and theatre and if you book before Fri 20 December you can get an early bird ticket for £60 (discount will be applied automatically at check out). Your ticket includes a choice of workshops, lunch and refreshments to keep you going through the day, plus performances from BYMT and Mountview students and alumni. You’ll leave the conference with all of the latest information, up-to-date skills and renewed enthusiasm to inspire your students and put on the best show your school has ever seen.
More details can be foundon the British Youth Music Theatre website.