- Lesson: 7 sessions according to a teacher’s calendar. Calendar: December 2021: dates to be defined - January 2022: 17, 18, 19 Tanja Tetzlaff; 27, 28, 29 Sebastian Klinger - February 2022: dates to be defined - March 2022: 29, 30, 31 Sebastian Klinger - April 2022: 11,12,13 Maximilian Hornung - May 2022: 24, 25, 26 Tanja Tetzlaff - June 2022: dates to be defined Sebastian Klinger
- Deadline Application: Application deadline with video link: 2021 December 5th
Fees: Individual course registration fee (non-refundable, to be enclosed with the application form) valid also as auditor’s attendance fee: € 130,00.
Individual attendance fee (to be paid within 31st December): € 1700,00.
- Open to: giovani violoncellisti
- Notes: Covid-19 emergency: According to the actual situation, the entrance exams and the lessons of the post graduate courses will take place in presence. However, SMF reserves the right to use distance learning if the safety conditions make it necessary.
Maximilian Hornung: 2 sessions
Sebastian Klinger: 2 sessions
Tanja Tetzlaff: 3 sessions
The educational offer of the post graduate cello course foresees in Fiesole a team of internationally renowned musicians who will hold masterclasses in the several sessions during the academic year composing a training course of excellence. The course is dedicated to young cellists who wish to increase their instrumental and musical preparation and knowledge of cello literature under the guidance of important musicians.
Numerous performance occasions allow for the students in the post graduate course to “test” their preparation during a public concert, the participation of which is considered an integral part of the educational path.
An internal competition (april-may) will offer scholarships to most deserving students.
The excellent educational quality of the cello post graduate course creates excellent job opportunities in the field of music for talented and passionate young cello players, helping them to move towards high-level professional activities.
Programme: technical-virtuosic in-depth study, agility, bow technique and quality of sound emission, approach to historically informed performance practices will constitute the program of a specific and personalized work in the seven scheduled sessions.
Participation in chamber music projects is forseen in collaboration with students participating in other Post-Graduate courses.
At the professor’s discretion, the best students may be chosen to hold recitals during the year.
Admission Requirements: candidates will present in the video recording a program by own choice in which the various stylistic aspects emerge and which includes a piece from the repertoire of the XVIII or early XIX century with a total duration of minimum 20 minutes.
The course is for musicians who have obtained the Old Order Degree or AFAM 1st level degree, but in cases of precocious talent, students not yet in possession of the aforementioned qualifications could also be admitted.
The course will be activated if a minimum number of students is reached.
Auditors admitted compatibly with the availability of rooms due to anti-contagion measures.
Pianista collaboratore: to be defined