Gong Training Level 3, Feb 7-8 2019
Gong Training Level 3, Feb 7-8 2019
Feb 7 - 8 Thurs - Fri 0930 - 1730 each day Pricing: $5,000 Deposit: $500
Priority is given to students who take all levels. Those who are interested in any one or two levels, we suggest you to make a deposit and we will confirm if places is available by Jan 2019. We would issue full refund of the deposit if the class is full. If there are enough students, we may open extra classes.
GONG TRAINING LEVEL 3
0930-1730 each day
Advanced playing techniques to play in concert with others incorporating various sacred sound instruments.
Building on the foundations and skills of Levels 1 and 2, you expand your competence from micro- to macro - by listening to others and playing together to create a unique shared experience. It is expected at this point you are competent with the strokes, are able to control the gong, can play both hand held and standing gongs, have mastered the art of listening and intuitive play and are ready to go to the next level. We will introduce other sacred instruments such as drums, conchs, singing bowls, shruti and most importantly, voice.
This module prepares you for playing with others to offer a multi-player, multi-sound performance for the public. Upon completion,you may participate in monthly sound evenings at the studio as well as receiving a Red Doors Studio Certificate of Attendance.
Micro and macro are both prefixes – micro- and macro- what? “…expand from micro-competence to macro-competence..” is how the sentence would read but I am not sure that is what you mean to say – it sounds weird.
Prerequisite - Completion of Level 1
Pricing - Gong Training Level 3 (2 Days) HK$5,000
Booking - You may book online or make a deposit into our bank account Red Doors Studio Ltd HSBC 848685749838 and send us the confirmation slip.
Studio Etiquette - Please be considerate of the needs and wishes of others. Feel free to enter the studio 15 minutes prior to class in order to get sorted. Please leave shoes, coats, phones (on silent or airplane mode), and personal belongings in the cubbies by the door. If the door is closed, it generally means a practice is in session. Please wait to be invited to enter.
Latecomers - Class will begin on time. If you are late, wait for a natural break to enter the studio, please make as little disturbance as possible, and if possible sit near the rear of the studio.
End of class - Please help us maintain the studio by returning all the props to their original locations. Blankets are folded neatly as you found them and stacked in the closet ready for re-sue. Mats stacked neatly on the trolley. Take responsibility for washing your own teacups and feel as though the studio is your own home. Your help is appreciated in keeping it tidy, welcoming and clean. Thank you.
Should you cancel your participation in a workshop more than one (1) month prior to the event we will retain 20% handling fee.
Should you cancel your participation in a workshop between one (1) month and 14 days prior you will forfeit 50% of your booking.
Should you cancel within 14 – 7 days prior to the workshop you will forfeit 75% of the total fee. And if the cancellation is made less than 7 days prior to the workshop, there will be no refund.
Rather than forfeit your payments, you are free to find someone else to attend in your place.
Refunds will be made within 14 days of the completion of the workshop.
Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to start time to get settled. Remember that the entrance is at the back of the building on Yip Kan Street on public holidays.