Band Reading & Resource Day 2020 Information & Registration

Step 1
         Complete the online registration form (click here)      
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  Complete the PDF registration form and email it to events@engadinemusic.com.au (click here)
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Step 2
       Purchase your ticket through our website (click here)
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Step 3
Keep an eye out for your confirmation in your emails within the following few weeks
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A snippet from our 2019 Reading & Resource Day: 

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Engadine Music's print team together with professional conducting staff, have selected a great mix of new and exciting 2020 Symphonic Band and Big Band repertoire for you to play and listen to. A vast array of world wide publications will be represented including charts from Hal Leonard, Belwin, Alfred, Boosey and Hawkes, Anglo, Carl Fischer, Southern, FJH, Grand Mesa, C.L. Barnhouse.
Australian composers will also be represented with Thorp Music, Brolga, Hosenbugler, Nathan Cahill and Tim Ferrier publications on display.
Mark the date in your diary to ensure you don't miss out on what will be a fabulous way to start your musical year!
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Held at: The Arts Unit Lewisham
Date: Saturday 1st February 2020
For any enquires please email events@engadinemusic.com.au or call us 9520 3044 for more info.
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On The Day
9-12:15: Concert Band Reading Session 1 
12:15-12:45 Lunch break, band charts for sale
12:45-2:30 Concert Band Reading Session 2
2:30-2:45pm Break
2:45-5pm Stage Band Reading
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Conducted by Maestro Stephen Williams
Stephen Williams has established himself as one of Australia’s most versatile conductors, distinguishing himself with record of achievement in a variety of musical settings.
He has been invited to conduct symphonic bands at the prestigious Midwest Clinic in Chicago, the world’s largest music educator’s conference. He is the recipient of the Australian Band & Orchestra Directors Association’s highest honour, the Citation of Excellence, an award he received in 2014.
He is currently Student Music Programs Officer 5-12, Conducting Coordinator for The Arts Unit, a specialist unit in the NSW Department of Education. He is also the Music Director for the NSW Schools Spectacular, the world’s biggest variety show, since 1991.

Steve Williams Engadine Music
          Reading & Resource Day