On line String Quartet Course

Hi, I hope this email will find you and your music ensemble.My name is Tamaki Higashi, and I am the violinist of the Villiers Quartet, the resident ensemble of JDP music building and St Hilda’s College at University of Oxford. In this pandemic, just the same way with many musicians in this country, we are affected for lack of any live performances. And we decided to create our own VQ Discovery: Beethoven Edition – online string quartet course on Beethoven quartets. Is it specially tailored for amateur musicians who would be missing playing together regularly for orchestra and chamber music.
It is a three months course in October, November and January( to have a Christmas break!), and we will uncover the same repertoire all together – Op18/1, Op59/3 and Op135. I will be grateful if you could pass the message to your members. The course will be run on Zooms. The course members will get the parts/music of the Villiers Quartet and will get practice audio track upon registration. OP18/1 course will run during October 12-28. The course fee is £125/1 month or £300/3 months.Anybody who is interested, simply can sign up at our website: www.villiersquartet/com/VQDiscovery

I will be so grateful if you can pass this information to the members of your group. Alternatively, anybody can contact me directly as I am the contact window for this project. 
Thanks and all the best wishes.

Received today by email and published for the interest of all!

Roger

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Chairman of Ashford Sinfonia
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