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How to get involved: a walk-through webinar

If you want to join the AMEB Online Orchestra but are not quite sure where to start, this is the webinar for you!

In this bite-sized lunchtime session, we’ll walk you through the process of joining the orchestra as a soloist, duo or ensemble. There’ll be lots of handy tips shared along the way including:

  • How the parts work together
  • How to utilise the Learning Resources
  • How to film your performance
  • How to use the click track(s)
  • How to submit your entry

You’ll also have the chance to ask our panel questions. If you can’t make the live session, it will be recorded and posted to the AMEB YouTube channel and Facebook shortly after.

Tuesday 20th April 1:30pm AEST via Zoom

Register here.

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