Spring course Training session

Koblenz International Spring Master Class

City: Koblenz

From talented students to active musicians, they raise their arms in the historic town of Koblenz.

Authentic German first-class violins, cellos, flutes, and pianos taught by the famous music college sensei in Koblenz, Germany, a key tourist attraction along the Rhein River.
March 2012th (Sun) -March 3th (Sun), 18
Held in Koblenz, a historic town in Rhineland-Palatinate, southwestern Germany, this spring workshop is well known in Germany and around the world. With a tradition of more than 15 years, more than 30 international companies and organizations such as the venue Koblenz City and Rhineland-Palatinate, Deutsche Bank, Mercedes-Benz, and Kawai Musical Instruments have sponsored and sponsored in various ways. It is a very powerful class that we are doing.The total number of participants so far is more than 2,200.Not only talented students, but also already-named performers come from all over the world to improve their skills.
The professors are all well-known soloists who taught at the famous National College of Music in Germany.Experience world-class, high-level lessons.The training venue is the Koblenz Campus of Koblenz Landau University, which is fully equipped with educational equipment and practice rooms.Violin, cello and flute students will be provided with an accompaniment by the course secretariat, but you may also bring your own accompaniment.Hotel Continental, one of our sponsors, will provide you with clean and comfortable twin rooms.At the confluence of the Rhine and Moselle rivers, Koblenz, known as the "German Corner," is not only a musical attraction, but also a historic tourist attraction.The sights of fortresses, towers, old castles and royal palaces from the 14th century BC, scattered in nature surrounded by green mountains, are very attractive.In addition, a music festival is held during the seminar, and concerts by excellent students and concerts inviting top soloists and chamber orchestras are held, so it is a must-see.
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■ Workshop period ■

March 2012th (Sun) -March 3th (Sun), 18
(Flute only; March 2012th (Monday) to March 3th (Sunday), 19)

■ Courses held ■

Violin, cello, flute, piano

■ Number of lessons ■

* The number of hours may change depending on the professor, level, and number of people.

■ Audition ■

There may be an audition on the first day depending on the number of people and the professor.

■ Workshop venue ■

Koblenz Randau University Koblenz Campus

■ Workshop schedule ■

Determined by the professor on the first day of the course.

■ Songs / Number of songs ■

Free songs by students.The number of songs is free within the time.

■ Practice room ■

You can practice using the university at the seminar venue

■ Concert Opportunity ■

Only selected people have the opportunity to perform

■ Accommodation ■

Continental Hotel (Twin Room)
* If the specified hotel is fully booked due to the time of application, we will arrange a hotel separately (price changes).

■ Accommodation period ■

Check-in: The day before the class starts
Check-out: The day after the course is completed
* Additional nights and previous nights are possible at an additional charge.

■ Local support / Japanese interpreter ■

◇ Local support
With telephone support by Vienna staff (telephone only)

◇ Japanese interpreter
Interpretation cannot be arranged

■ Airport transfer ■

Round-trip airport transfer (Cologne)

■ Qualifications ■

There is no particular case, but the audition may be divided into attendance and attendance.

■ Professors (2012) ■

Tomasz Tomaszewski
(Professor, Berlin University of the Arts, Lecturer, Hans Eisler University of Music, Berlin, Deutsche Oper Berlin Master)

Lviv Kasleane
(Professor, Rostock University of Music, Germany, Beethoven Orchestra Bonn Concertmaster, Germany)

Laurentiu Subalsea (Professor, Cologne University of Music, Germany)

Gabby Pass-Fan Reit
(Professor, Saarbrücken University of Music, Germany)

◇ Piano
Arbo Valdoma
(Professor, Cologne University of Music, Germany)

■ Fee (2012) ■


■ What is included in the price ■

Registration fee, master class fee (lesson fee, attendance fee, accompaniment fee, practice room, concert viewing fee, etc.), accommodation arrangement fee, hotel or guest house accommodation fee (double room), round-trip airport transfer fee (Cologne), overseas international remittance Fees, overseas international remittance bank receipt fees, pre-departure support service fees, support service fees during your stay (phone only)

■ Clarify some of the items not included in the price ■

Airfare, food, musical instrument rental, Japanese translation, overseas travel accident insurance, city travel, telephone, all personal expenses during free time, etc.
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