【Andante行板爱乐】铜管/木管/打击乐 | 英国北方皇家音乐学院
School of Wind, Brass and Percussion
当然，学院也提供与世界级乐团合作的机会，面试选拔成功的学生将与这些顶级乐团合作，并得到更高层次的专业指导。最近的项目包括：BBC爱乐乐团、指导Foden’s Youth Band、参加荷兰Netherlands Wind Ensemble，并在荷兰三个城市巡演。
Postgraduate Diploma: Advanced Studies
Postgraduate Diploma: International Artist
PGCE in Music with Specialist Instrumental Teaching
独奏家、Yamaha Music、Sabian Cymbals和Mike Balter Mallets代言人。
从RNCM毕业之后，她录制了多张专辑、在全国和国际上巡回演出，多次出现在英国和国际电视和广播电台，并赢得了一系列奖项和奖项，其中包括Year in Performing Art。
她是享誉全球BackBeat Percussion Quartet的创始人，他们经常在国际上巡回演出和录制唱片，并在英国（Royal Over-Seas League and Park Lane Group）、日本（国际室内乐音乐节）、美国（Concert Artists Guild）赢得奖项。
除了表演家身份之外，Simone还是一位经验丰富的打击乐、铜管和木管比赛评委，经常被邀请作为最高级别的评委，包括Royal Academy of Music、BBC Young Musician of the Year、National Concert Band Finals等。
All woodwind and brass players：
Candidates should prepare two contrasting own choice pieces, at least one of which must be accompanied. The total duration of the two pieces should not exceed 15 minutes. An accompanist will be provided for the audition.
Oboe, cor anglais (postgraduate only), bassoon, French horn, tuba, cornet, tenor horn, baritone horn & euphonium：
The audition will normally consist of one round lasting approximately 20 minutes including a brief interview. Both pieces will need to be presented and you will have up to 20 minutes to warm up before your audition. The panel will ask you to undertake a short test in sight reading, and may ask you to demonstrate proficiency in scales and arpeggios up to ABRSM Grade 8 level.
Flute, clarinet, bass clarinet (postgraduate only), trumpet & trombone：
Unless specified in the audition comments on UCAS Conservatoires when your audition time is allocated, the audition will have two rounds. All candidates take part in round one, after which selected candidates go through to round two.
Round 1 (morning) – Maximum 10 minutes with 10 minutes warm up time
The panel will ask you to perform one piece, plus undertake a short test in sight reading. Candidates selected to play in round two will be notified at lunchtime. Candidates are advised that auditions are highly competitive and that, on average, only half of the candidates heard in the morning may be selected for round two.
Round 2 (afternoon) – Maximum 15 minutes with up to 15 minutes warm up time
The panel will hear the second piece which will be followed by a brief interview.
Please note that for all undergraduate applicants, the panel may choose to work with you in round two (or in your second piece in a one round audition) as if in a lesson. You may also be asked to demonstrate proficiency in scales and arpeggios up to ABRSM Grade 8 level.
In certain circumstances, including late auditions outside the dedicated audition period, an audition will consist of one round only when both pieces of repertoire should be presented. In such cases, the auditions will last approximately 20 minutes and candidates will have 20 minutes warm up time. If this is the case, this will be clearly noted on UCAS Conservatoires when your audition time is allocated.
In choosing your pieces, the first movement of a classical concerto (Mozart, Haydn etc.) can be appropriate, with a second piece showing different skills or styles. The Grade 8 lists of ABRSM or Trinity College London give good examples and indications of standard for undergraduate level, but note that brass and wind entrance auditions at RNCM are free choice repertoire.
Saxophone (normally two rounds):
Unless specified in the audition comments on UCAS Conservatoires when your audition time is allocated, the audition will be in two rounds, as above. You will need to prepare two contrasting pieces, one of which must be accompanied. As an indication of the required standard, candidates should consult the following list:
Paul Creston – Sonata
Phil Woods – Sonata
Paule Maurice – Tableaux de Provence
Jean Absil – Fantaisie Caprice
Jolivet – Fantaisie Impromptu
Gotkovsky – Brillance
Milhaud – Scaramouche
Percussion (one round only, approximately 30 minutes, with up to 30 minutes warm up):
Tuned: own choice piece, at least Grade 8 level
Timpani: choose and prepare one of the following pieces from ABRSM Grade 8 list:
Snare Drum: choose and prepare one of the following pieces from the ABRSM Grade 8 list:
The panel may choose to work with you on some of your repertoire as if in a lesson; and may request a short additional test e.g. providing a musical response to a phrase.
You will be given two short tests on sight-reading, one of which will normally be on xylophone.
GRNCM/MusB (‘Joint Course’) applicants:
GRNCM/MusB (‘Joint Course’) applicants should submit a recording via Acceptd – this should include one piece on tuned percussion and one on either snare drum, timpani or multi percussion.
Candidates will be asked to play one piece of their own choice on each of the following instruments:
The level of difficulty should be comparable to that of the pieces played in a final undergraduate degree recital.
The following orchestral repertoire excerpts should also be prepared:
Dukas: Sorcerer’s Apprentice
Gershwin: Porgy & Bess
Kabalevsky: Colas Breugnon
Prokofiev: Lieutenant Kijé
Suppé: Pique Dame
Beethoven: Symphony No. 7 (mvts. 1 and 4)
Stravinsky: Rite of Spring (Danse Sacrale)
Instruments provided for percussionists
Timpani: four Adams Symphonic Timpani (32″, 29″, 26″, 23″) with Renaissance heads. These drums have Premier-type pedals and the tuning gauges on the drums may be disabled for the audition. Candidates may tune from a tuning fork or take an A from the marimba.
Snare Drum: a snare drum will be provided, but candidates may bring their own drum if preferred.
Tuned: the instruments normally available will be a 4.3 octave Concorde marimba (fixed height), a 5-octave Yamaha marimba (fixed height) and a 4-octave Adams xylophone (adjustable height). A piano will not be available for accompaniment. A Yamaha vibraphone will be an option for postgraduate auditions.
BMus (Hons) 3-year intensive pathway
BMus (Hons) Popular Music
Advanced Studies PGDip
MMus (1 or 2 year)