- Exam: 2020 October 15th at 11:00 a.m.
- Lesson: according to a schedule defined by the teacher. Calendar: 2020 October 15th ,16th ,17th; 2020 November 19th ,20th; 2020 December 3rd,4th,5th; 2021 January 14th,15th,16th; 2021 February 11th,12th,13th; 2021 March 11th,12th,13th; 2021 April 15th,16th,17th; 2021 May 13th,14th,15th; 2021 June 10th,11th,12th
- Deadline Application: 2020 September 30th
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 by 15th December): € 2000.00
- Open to: young violinists until 26 years of age
Teacher: Oleksandr Semchuk – 9 sessions (2 lessons a month)
Program: The course is oriented to the formation of a musician who has the specific tools to undertake the solo and / or chamber music activity. Public performances, participation in national / international competitions and various solo and chamber projects also organized in collaboration with students of the other post graduate Courses will be fundamental for achieving the objectives.
In addition to the work on the repertoire, the course is oriented to strengthening the preparation and the physical / psychological approach to performing in public by deepening one's own musical characteristics (freedom of performance, stylistic refinement and historical-cultural knowledge of the piece) and an in-depth analysis of the score (elements of harmony and orchestration, counterpoint and analysis of the musical texture).
Ammissioni: candidates will present two pieces for violin by candidates choice. One of them for solo violin..
At the professor’s discretion, the best students may be chosen to hold recitals during the year.
The course will take place only if the minimum number of students required is reached.
Pianist: to be defined
N.B.: Auditors can’t write in their cv the attendance in the course