Teacher: Claudio Quintavalla – 8 sessions Programme: Instrumental technique and orchestral excerpts from lyric/symphonic repertoire. Objective of the course: Improvement of the instrument approach and preparation for audition and orchestral competitions.
Guest teacher (to be confirmed): M° Pieter Wispelwey, Prof. at Hochschule für Musik Düsseldorf and M° Thomas Grossenbacher, soloist-cello at Tonhalle-Orchester Zurich and Prof. at Hochschule für Musik Zurich Masterclass dates to be defined
Professor: Andrea Zucco –6 sessions Visiting Professor: Stefano Canuti and Chiara Santi (master about oboe reeds) - 2 sessions dates to be defined During the year will take place a masterclass of Prof. Malte Refardt of the Folkwang Universität - Essen (Germany) in the frame of Erasmus+ Programme
Programme: group lessons with analysis of contemporary compositions, orchestration issues, presentation of works by the students, group discussions, private sessions with the professor, group lessons with renowned guest musicians and composition of a work (supervised by the professor) to be performed in the final concert of the course.
Admission requirements: Candidates will present a program which will forsee: - a romantic piece (movement of a concerto or sonata or anything else) - a piece for solo cello from the 20th century or later - a movement of a Boccherini sonata
Teachers: Susanna Bertuccioli– 3 sessions Luisa Prandina – 4 sessions Visiting Professor: Loredana Gintoli - 1 session. La Prof.ssa Gintoli will present the baroque harp repertorire and will explain first technical elements to face this type of repertoire.
Teacher: Mario Barsotti - 6 session Visiting Anne Jelle Visser, Professore di Tuba presso la Zurich University of the Arts e Gianluca Grosso ,Tuba presso l'Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale di Santa Cecilia e Professore di Tuba presso il Conservatorio di Frosinone, 1 sessione ciascuno con date da definire
Introduction to the five-key clarinet Teacher: Giovanni Riccucci- 7 sessions Visiting Professor to be defined
Programme: Technical study and preparation for competitions. Solo and chamber repertoire with particular focus on contemporary music. At the professor’s discretion, the best students may be chosen to hold recitals during the year.
Programme: Instrument Technique, repertoire and orchestral excerpts.At the professor’s discretion, the best student may be chosen to hold recitals during the year. Admission requirements: Required bachelor degree.
Programme: Deepening of the technical and instrumental skills. Solo and orchestral repertoire. Training for exams, auditions and competitions. The work program will be defined according to the specific needs of each student. At the professor’s discretion, the best students may be chosen to hold recitals during the year.
Programme: Study of basic technique and of solo, chamber and orchestra repertoire for violin, according to the individual needs and abilities of each student. Study of interpretative flexibility based also, but not solely, upon an informed historic approach. The goal is reaching, realizing and communicate a common reading and interpretation of a score. At the professor’s discretion, the best student may be chosen to hold recitals during the year.
Admission requirements: candidates must present 20 minutes of music of their choice, which clearly demonstrates the candidate’s technical and musical abilities. The course will take place only if the minimum number of students required is reached. At the professor’s discretion, the best student may be chosen to hold recitals during the year. Age limit: 30
Programme: The program is 2 years long and will work on how to read and prepare an orchestral score, on the approach of modern conducting techniques and rehearsing strategies for chamber and symphony orchestras, and on how to choose specific conducting and soloist strategies for the piano repertoire with orchestra.
Programme: Interpretation of piano repertoire. Participation in chamber music projects is foreseen 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.