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Teaching

Mr Dominic Grier

MA (Cantab), PG Dip (RAM)

DipRAM, ARAM, FRSA

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Dominic is an experienced and highly-respected teacher of conducting and considers this to be a hugely important element of his work as a musician.  He has been Tutor in Conducting at the Royal Academy of Music since 2016 (having previously held the position from 2009-11) and is responsible for the undergraduate conducting provision there, in addition to directing a special second-study postgraduate course. He teaches additionally at the RAM's Junior Department where he is also conductor of the Symphony and Classical orchestras.

 

He is co-founder of the highly-regarded Girton Conducting Course, based at the University of Cambridge since 2021, and Director of the George Hurst Foundation. He currently also has a number of private students in London, West Sussex, and surrounding areas.

If you are interested in studying with Dominic, please contact him here.

Dominic is also available to provide bespoke courses and masterclasses in conducting for universities, music colleges and other higher education institutions, and specialist music schools.  Please enquire via the contact forms on this website for further information.

Read Dominic's profile at The Royal Academy of Music here.

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Girton Conducting Course
August 14th - 19th 2023

A residential course with tutors from the Royal Academy of Music and London Conducting Academy, in the historic setting of Girton College, Cambridge

Tutors: Dominic Grier, Denise Ham and Cathal Garvey

with John Longstaff (principal accompanist and score study)

Assistant accompanists: Leon Chen and Julian Chan

Repertoire

                               Nicolai          Overture to 'The Merry Wives of Windsor'

                               Brahms         Variations on the St. Anthony Chorale                                                   Mozart          Symphony No. 29 in A major

                               Dvořák          Symphony No. 8 in G major

                               Bartók           Romanian Folk Dances

                               

Click here for more information and to apply

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