SW region: Introduction to Music Interpreting
17th February 2024 @ 9:30 am - 6:00 pm
We’re all really aware that the amount of performance interpreting, such as festivals and music concerts is on the increase.
But when thinking about interpreting songs, how do you decide whether to stick to the lyrics or interpret the meaning? How do you combine the two in one split second!?
We’ve persuaded Performance Interpreting to come to Bristol for one day only!
Marie Pascall (performance interpreter) and Daryl Jackson (sign language consultant and user of interpreters in performance settings https://rampsonthemoon.co.uk/member-info/daryl-jackson/) will host a day’s training to unpack interpreting songs.
The process for registering on this course is that you will send Performance Interpreting a booking form by email to reserve your place and they will send you an invoice nearer the date. The booking form will and information will be emailed to ASLI SW Massive regional members. If you would like to book, email us at email@example.com and we’ll send you the form or email directly firstname.lastname@example.org
The ASLI SW Massive regional team have approached ASLI to ask for budget to subsidise this course for our members, and we’re waiting to hear back from them. The training day without subsidy is £185. We’re hoping the final cost to ASLI members will be a bit less than that – keep your fingers crossed!
Introduction to Music Interpreting Course
Delivered by: Daryl Jackson & Marie Pascall
Date: Saturday 17th February 2024
Time: 09:30am – 18:00pm
Venue: Trinity Centre, Trinity Rd, St Jude’s, Bristol BS2 0NW
inclusive of 3 x refreshments (tea, coffee, biscuits and fruit etc)
This course is specifically for TSLI, RSLI’s, wanting to explore Music Interpreting in a safe creative environment.
Training in this specific field has not been available until now. An Introduction to Music Interpreting intends to give delegates an insight into the key skills required for interpreting music. It will explore strategies to meet the needs of the audience and the demands of working with the music industry and live music. Participants will explore, discuss and engage in practical exercises exploring reflecting music through performance, emotion, body language and musicality.
The primary focus of this training course is to encourage interpreters to bring out a performance element to interpretations.
The course will cover:
Music and the mind
The journey – preparation and task focused
Musicality – practical session with group work
The translation process BSL v SSE
Deaf Perspective / Customer journey
Toolbox of strategies
Performance – The art of musicality, emotional investment
If you are on the mailing list for the South West region, you will be sent an email with the booking form. You do not book through ASLI, you book by reserving your place with Performance Interpreting.
*Joining Instructions will be sent out 1 week before the course start date.
This course is approved by NRCPD for 8 Structured CPD points. Interpreters will receive a certificate on completion of the course.