MSA Tas presents Brendan Conroy

Summary

The Use of Live Video-conferencing in Instrumental Music Lessons – an Activity Theory Case Study

Start Date

10th May 2016 5:30pm

End Date

10th May 2016 6:30pm

Venue

Room 113, Conservatorium of Music; 5 Sandy Bay Road, Hobart

The Tasmania Chapter of the Musicological Society of Australia
in association with the University of Tasmania Conservatorium of Music
presents

a public lecture by Brendan Conroy

"The Use of Live Video-conferencing in Instrumental Music Lessons – an Activity Theory Case
Study
"
 

5.30pm | Tuesday 10 May 2016
Room 113, Conservatorium of Music
5 Sandy Bay Road, Hobart 

TICKETS:
Entry by gold coin donation.
Free for MSA members

Brendan Conroy is a Tasmanian-born cellist now living in Amsterdam. He is a graduate of the Tasmanian
Conservatorium and the Royal Conservatorium in the Hague.

In Australia he played with the Diemen Quartet, the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra. He currently performs with a variety of ensembles in the Netherlands and teaches at the Hellendaal Institute. In addition to his "in person" students, he has Skype cello students in the USA, the UK and Australia.

In this talk Conroy will discuss his research into the use of live-videoconferencing in individual music
lessons, and his experiences as a musician and teacher in Australia and Europe.