Upcoming Sibelius clinics on the Pacific coast

by Daniel Spreadbury on March 28, 2012 · 2 comments

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The Pacific Coast, as seen from Oceanside, OR (photo courtesy Heather Culligan on Flickr)

If you’re fortunate enough to live in the western United States of America, you may be interested in some upcoming training days and clinics being run by two master clinicians: Mike Klinger of the Synthesis MIDI Workshop, and Bruce Munson, formerly of Sibelius and now self-employed at Munson Music Services. Their upcoming clinics are as follows:

April 14, San Rafael, CA: Beginning to Intermediate Sibelius at the Intel Computer Clubhouse, with Bruce Munson.

April 28, Fort Collins, CO: Intermediate to Advanced Sibelius at Front Range Community College, with Bruce Munson.

May 5, San Rafael, CA: Intermediate to Advanced Sibeliusat the Intel Computer Clubhouse, with Bruce Munson.

June 12–15, Redding, CA: Essentials of Music Technology I at the Redding School for the Arts, with Mike Klinger.

June 19–22, Salt Lake City, UT: Essentials of Music Technology I at Bryant Middle School, with Mike Klinger.

June 26–29, Flathead Lake Poison, MT: Essentials of Music Technology I at Poison High School, with Mike Klinger.

July 3–6, Pasco, WA: Essentials of Music Technology I at Mcloughlin Middle School, with Mike Klinger.

July 23–27, Carson, WA: Residential Sibelius 7 workshop at the Mike Klinger Music Technology Retreat Center, with Mike Klinger. (There are only 11 places available on this course, so if you’re interested, book early.)

August 7–10, Carson, WA: Essentials of Music Technology I at the Mike Klinger Music Technology Retreat Center, with Mike Klinger.

For further details, prices, availability and just about anything else you could want to know about these courses, don’t hesitate to get in touch with Bruce or Mike. If you attend any of these courses, do let me know what you thought.

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Barry Johnstone. March 29, 2012 at 3:23 AM

Why not eventually come a little further west and south, and hold some clinics in New Zealand?

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