BRASS REPAIR & CAREBook Course
Course overview | Learn about your brass instruments; how they work, how to identify problems, see what can go wrong and how to fix it.
Offering an opportunity to learn how your brass works and how to clean, care and fix problems. With expert guidance you will observe and practice repair skills and learn how check if your instrument is performing at its best.
Using the dedicated teaching workshop at Stapleford Granary near Cambridge, you will have access to the guidance, tools and materials you might require. We have a range of instruments for you to practice on. You are also invited to bring your own, a students, or an instrument from school to work on.
These courses are aimed at professional players, music teachers, college students as well interested players and craftspeople. As a player, knowing that your instrument is functioning at its best will give you greater confidence and improve your playing experience.
The aim is to equip you with the skills needed to identify problems, undertake successful emergency repairs and maintain your woodwind instrument in good playing condition.
Course Tutor | Michael Münkwitz, tutor on our popular Trumpet Making course, brass repairer and maker.
Abilities | This course caters for skill-levels starting from beginner to advanced. Players, teachers, partners of players or anyone interested are all welcome. Age 16 + only.
Course length | 1 day.
Dates | See calendar to the right or below.
Don't see dates that suit you? Further courses can be arranged throughout the year; email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Time | 10am - 4pm.
Cost | £70 per person.
Location | Please note that this course is NOT held at The Champion Workshop but at Wood, Wind & Reed in Cambridge (a specialist music shop also founded by Daniel Bangham). Wood, Wind & Reed is approximately a 5minute walk from Cambridge Train Station.
Booking | To book use the links below.
Further information | For enquiries email Daniel Bangham @ email@example.com.
Remember to bring at least one instrument of either your own, a student, or a school. You will also need to bring an apron or workshop clothing. Don't forget glasses if you need them, the work involves looking at small details. If you have any tools of your own, then please bring them and make sure they are marked or labelled. Please bring a packed lunch or you can visit the village store or pub both within walking distance of the workshop.
We provide instruments for you to practice on, tools, equipment and tuition. Light refreshments will also be provided. Repair materials will be available and excess charged on an "as used" basis.Lunches can be bought from the village store or pub, both within walking distance of the workshop.
Related courses | Long Trumpet Making
For more experienced participants we will be developing extended courses over weekend or holiday periods. Subject to interest we also intend to hold specialist courses on mouthpiece design, advanced repair techniques, recorder making and many other woodwind related topics.
Upcoming Course Dates
Saturday 24th of June 2017
|Brass Repair & Care||1 day||£70.00|
*Deposits are non-refundable unless CWM has to cancel the course, in which case all amounts paid will be refundable or transferable to another course.
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