Summer course Training session

Piano / Wiener MusikSeminar / Vienna, Austria

Country: Austria
City: Vienna

Dream teachers led by professors from the world's prestigious schools, the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna.

If you want to play classical music, you'll want to attend a class with history and tradition.Piano, vocal, string, and tube subjects are all accepted in the order of application, so you can be sure to take lessons.
April 2024th - May 7th, 24
The Vienna International Music Seminar, which will be held again this year with the full support of Austrian President Heinz Fischer, is a summer seminar on classical music with a long history and tradition.Every year, approximately 250 participants from all over the world gather at the Vienna State University of Music and Music, the venue, to learn authentic classical music while fully experiencing the academic university atmosphere and the culture of the city of Vienna.Majors offered this year include courses in conducting, piano, voice, string instruments, wind instruments, and chamber music.The instructors are world-class instructors, mainly professors from the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna, but also professors from top music universities from across Europe and the United States.What's more, I'm happy to know that I can always take a lesson from such an excellent sensei person by accepting applications in the order in which they apply. (This is a very popular course, so if you are interested in a specific Sensei, please contact AndVision as soon as possible.) Instrument lessons are one hour each, four times during one period.For vocal music students, the lessons are up to 1 hours per period, and can be taken 1 to XNUMX times during the period.Instrumental music and vocal music are offered over multiple periods, so you can take lessons from multiple professors, attend many classes, and find out which professor you would like to study in the future.Additionally, you can choose to attend this course with a Japanese interpreter, so even those who are not confident in speaking the language are fine.In addition, andVision will support participants with pre-departure briefings and telephone support from local staff (also available in case of emergencies).AndVision allows you the flexibility of arranging to attend a local German language school during or before the course, or arranging a lesson with a famous Viennese professor who is not teaching at the course at the same time.Why not try learning from sensei, the home of music, this year?
* The Vienna International Music Seminar is in the order of application by applicants, so you can take it without fail.This is a very popular course, so please contact us as soon as possible if you would like to attend.

▽ Competition during the seminar
Students recommended by the professor in charge of the course can participate during the course. Two people from one class are recommended, and it will be a competition that combines all musical instruments and vocal music.
XNUMX) There are no qualifying or final rounds in the competition.
XNUMX) The assignment song will play a program that includes songs from the Viennese classical school (Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven, Schubert).Usually, students are more likely to combine this classical program with gorgeous songs from the Romantics onwards.Of course, it doesn't matter if it's a classical song only.You can select a song from the songs you have prepared in consultation with the professor in charge (participation in the competition requires the permission of the professor).
7) The playing time per person is about 10 to XNUMX minutes (the time varies depending on the number of participants).If the song is long or if you play two or more songs, consult with the professor in advance and decide where to stop in about the time.The professor in charge will discontinue during the performance of the competition.
XNUMX) The accompaniment in charge during the course will also be in charge of the accompaniment at the competition (included in the seminar fee).

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■ Workshop period ■

April 2024th - May 7th, 24
Phase 1: July 2024-7, 24
Phase 2: July 2024-8, 7
Phase 3: July 2024-8, 21
Phase 4: July 2024-9, 2
Phase 5: July 2024-9, 9

■ Courses held ■

1st period: piano, voice, violin, viola, cello, flute, clarinet
2nd period: piano, voice, violin, cello, flute, clarinet
3rd period: piano, voice, violin, cello, clarinet
4nd period: piano, voice, violin, cello, flute, clarinet
5th period: piano, voice, violin, flute, clarinet

■ Number of lessons ■

Instrumental music: 1 private lessons (1 hour each)
Vocal: 4-4 lessons within 8 hours
* There are no lessons on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays.

■ Audition ■

None
* The order of application will be applied, so if you have a desired sensei, please apply as soon as possible.

■ Workshop venue ■

Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien

■ Workshop schedule ■

The course schedule will be decided locally.Please check on-site for details.

<General schedule example>
Day 1: From Japan to Vienna by car to your accommodation
Day 2: Registration at the school office Start of class Opening event
~
Last day of the course: Final concert class ends
The day after the last day of the course: By car from your accommodation to the airport in Vienna From Vienna
The day after the last day of the course: Arrival in Japan
* Private lessons and language schools for other professors can be arranged before, during, or during the course.Please contact your And Vision Counselor for more information.

■ Pieces / Number of pieces ■

Free pieces. The number of pieces is free within the time.
* For instrumental music and vocal music courses, some instructors may complete one song at a time, so please prepare at least XNUMX-XNUMX songs.
* If you wish to perform at a concert, please be sure to bring a song of about 5 minutes and a song of about 10 minutes.You may not be able to participate in the concert if you only have a large song.

■ Practice room ■

Piano majors can use the practice room (if staying at the hotel) for about 1 hour per day (additional practice is possible if there is space).The number of hours depends on the number of participants in each period.For those who play instruments other than piano, you can practice at the hotel (flat share is basically not allowed to practice).
* If you wish to use the practice room more than the regulation, we will arrange the practice room in advance at And Vision for an additional fee.

■ Concert Opportunity ■

There are concerts of students selected by the professor.
* If you wish to perform at a concert, please be sure to bring a song of about 5 minutes and a song of about 10 minutes.If it is only a big song, it will be difficult to participate in the concert.

■ Accommodation ■

▽ Hotel (single room / double room)
* The room has a shower / toilet.It takes about 2 to 3 minutes on foot to the nearest station and about 20 minutes to school by public transportation.The atmosphere is a student dormitory.
* Even if you are not attending the class, you can arrange accommodation in a double room at the same hotel as the students.
* In the case of a double room, we will look for someone who will be in the same room as much as possible at And Vision.
* We may be able to arrange a triple room for your family, so please contact an And Vision Counselor.
* Summer Hotel Wieden, etc. are planned.If you would like other hotels, we can arrange them at an additional charge.
* If you would like to upgrade your hotel, please contact the And Vision Counselor.Please note that you cannot practice at other hotels.

▽ Flat share (single room)
* Share the kitchen and bath with the landlord.It is almost the same type as homestay.
* In principle, you cannot practice, but you may be able to practice depending on the instrument.
* Flat share is the best way to experience a real life in Vienna.However, it is not a flat hotel, so if you are new to overseas, we generally recommend a hotel.
* We may be able to arrange a flat-only type that exclusively uses flats for an additional fee.This type can be practiced.

■ Accommodation period ■

Check-in: The day before the start date of the course
Check-out: The day after the end of the course
* Extended nights and previous nights are possible

■ Japanese interpreter / local support ■

▽ Local support
And Vision Local staff with telephone support (telephone only)
* In case of an emergency such as illness, attendant support is available.

▽ Japanese interpreter during lessons
Please select with or without Japanese interpreter.
* With the kindness of sensei, lessons may take more than 4 hours.Even if you choose to have a Japanese interpreter, the interpreter is limited to 4 hours. If you need more than 4 hours of interpretation, a separate interpretation fee will be required.

■ Airport transfer ■

Round-trip airport transfer included (Vienna Airport)
* Pick-up and drop-off is possible not only at the airport but also at stations in Vienna.
* We will pick you up according to the schedule and location of each customer.

■ Professors ■

▼ Phase 1
▽ Piano
Elaine Berger
(French pianist)

kim jenny sojin
(Assistant Professor, Department of Music, Claremont Graduate University, USA)

Thomas Kreuzberger
(Professor, University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Austria, Former Professor, University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna, Austria)

Ksenia Noshkova
(Professor, Department of Music, University of Iowa, USA)

Alexander Rosler
(Former Professor, University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Austria)

Raymond Yang
(Lecturer, Faculty of Music, Hong Kong Baptist University)

▽ Voice
Lucio Kyuhy Cho
(Lecturer, Department of Music, Chung-Ang University, South Korea, former lecturer at Seoul National University, South Korea)

Anne-Marie Condax
(Professor, Department of Music, Oklahoma State University, USA)

Lydia Latcolp
(Former singer of the Vienna State Opera, Austria)

▽ Violin
Peter Schumaier
(Professor, University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Austria)

Edward Zienkovsky
(Former Professor, University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Austria)

▽ Viola
Wolfgang Claus
(Professor Emeritus, University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Austria)
* From August 2024th to August 7th, 29

▽ Cello
Hee sung
(Professor, Daegu Catholic University, South Korea)

Otomar Muller
(Professor at the Josef Haydn Music Academy in Austria, member of the Vienna Artis String Quartet, former member of the Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra in Austria)

▽ Flute
Ferreste Rahbari
(Former lecturer at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Austria)

▽ Clarinet
Kurt Schmidt
(Former professor at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Austria, former professor at the University of Lugansk, Ukraine)

▼ Phase 2
▽ Piano
Milan Franěk
(Czech pianist)

Thomas Kreuzberger
(Professor, University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Austria, Former Professor, University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna, Austria)

Franziska Lee
(Professor, Stuttgart University of Music, Germany)

Giuseppe Mariotti
(Dean of the Faculty of Tokushima Bunri University, Japan, Former Lecturer of Kobe College)

Zontraud Spiedel
(Professor, Karlsruhe University of Music, Germany)

▽ Voice
Sona Gazzarian
(Austrian singer)

Jeffy Run
(Lecturer, Faculty of Music, Hong Kong Baptist University)

Victoria Loukianetz
(Professor at the Riedrich Gulda Conservatory in Austria, former professor at the Pliner Conservatory in Austria)

Barbara Zbanovic-Baranowska
(Former Professor, National University of Music, Graz, Austria)

▽ Violin
Evgeny Chevgenov
(Professor, Richard Wagner Conservatory, Austria)

▽ Cello
Ilse Lee
(Principal of Busan Philharmonic Orchestra, Korea)

▽ Flute
Barbara Guiseler-Hase
(Professor Emeritus, University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Austria)

▽ Clarinet
Kurt Franz Schmidt
(Member of the Tonkünstler Orchestra, Vienna, Austria, Professor, JM Hower Conservatory, Austria)

▼ Phase 3
▽ Piano
Manuel Araujo
(Portuguese pianist)

Bernhard Partz
(Professor, Private University of Music and Arts, Vienna, Austria)

Wolfgang Wazzinger
(Professor Emeritus, University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Austria)

Elitzbeta Vidner-Tsayak
(Former Professor, University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Austria)

▽ Voice
Ralf Döring
(Former Professor, University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Austria)

Sona Gazzarian
(Austrian singer)

▽ Violin
Alexander Allenkov
(Former Professor, Private University of Music and Arts, Vienna, Austria)

▽ Cello
Angel Gerber
(South Africa cellist)

▽ Clarinet
Kurt Franz Schmidt
(Member of the Tonkünstler Orchestra, Vienna, Austria, Professor, JM Hower Conservatory, Austria)

▼ Phase 4
▽ Piano
Vladimir Harlin
(Lecturer, Preparatory Department, University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna, Austria)

Jasminka Stanture
(Professor, University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Austria)

▽ Voice (opera)
Wolfgang Dosh
(Professor, Private University of Music and Arts, Vienna, Austria)

▽ Voice
Brigitte Stradiato
(Former Professor, University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Austria)

▽ Violin
Anna Gutowska
(Lecturer, Preparatory Department, University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna, Austria)

▽ Cello
Claudia Zaragar
(Lecturer, University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Austria)

▽ Flute
Gisela Mashaeki-Bear
(Professor at the Vienna State University of Music, Austria, Professor at the Josef Haydn Academy of Music in Austria, former principal of the Vienna Tonkünstler Orchestra, Austria, former principal of the Zurich Opera Orchestra, Switzerland)

Tingwei Chen
(Lecturer at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Austria, Principal of the Austrian Tonkünstler Orchestra)

▽ Clarinet
Kurt Schmidt
(Former professor at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Austria, former professor at the University of Lugansk, Ukraine)

▼ Phase 5
▽ Piano
Johannes Kropfitsch
(Professor, Private University of Music and Arts, Vienna, Austria)

Klaus Stucken
(Professor, Private University of Music and Arts, Vienna, Austria)

▽ Voice
Zoriana Kushpler
(Former singer of the Vienna State Opera, Austria)

▽ Violin
Thomas Feodorov
(Professor, University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Austria)

Elizabeth Kropfitsch
(Professor, University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Austria)

▽ Flute
Erwin Clambauer
(Professor, Austrian Gratz National College of Music, Chief Orchestra, Vienna Symphony Orchestra, Austria)

▽ Clarinet
Kurt Schmidt
(Former professor at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Austria, former professor at the University of Lugansk, Ukraine)

■ Qualifications ■

Nothing in particular
* Since it is in the order of application, we recommend that you apply as soon as possible.
* Chamber music can only be participated in organized groups.
* Professor Wolfgang Wazzinger will be attended by those who have graduated from pitch, music college, music college or above.

■ Price ■

▼1st period / 2nd period / 3rd period / 5th period
▽ With Japanese interpreter at the time of lesson
Hotel single room: 609,830 yen (616,630 yen including tax)
Hotel double room: 553,630 yen (560,430 yen including tax)
Flat share: 538,890 yen (545,690 yen including tax)

▽ No Japanese interpreter at the time of lesson
Hotel single room: 560,080 yen (566,880 yen including tax)
Hotel double room: 503,880 yen (510,680 yen including tax)
Flat share: 489,140 yen (495,940 yen including tax)

▼ Phase 4
▽ With Japanese interpreter at the time of lesson
Hotel single room: 500,860 yen (507,660 yen including tax)
Hotel double room: 467,690 yen (474,490 yen including tax)
Flat share: 462,160 yen (468,960 yen including tax)

▽ No Japanese interpreter at the time of lesson
Hotel single room: 451,110 yen (457,910 yen including tax)
Hotel double room: 417,940 yen (424,740 yen including tax)
Flat share: 412,410 yen (419,210 yen including tax)

■ What is included in the price ■

Registration fee, course fee (tuition fee, attendance fee, practice room, accompaniment fee if necessary, selected person concert appearance participation fee, concert viewing fee, completion certificate, etc.), local accommodation arrangement fee, accommodation fee, hotel Food expenses (morning), Japanese translation fee when selected, airport transfer fee, support service fee during local stay (telephone only), overseas international remittance fee, overseas international remittance bank receipt fee, pre-departure support service fee, set discount

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

Airfare, food expenses for flat share, Japanese translation expenses if not selected, overseas travel accident insurance expenses, city travel expenses, telephone charges, all personal expenses during free time, etc.

■ Price / Schedule Supplement ■

● Please contact an And Vision Counselor as you may be able to take classes even during the period you have set.
● Depending on the local situation of the new corona infection, online lessons may be offered.Please note that if the course is offered, the fee will be charged excluding accommodation fees.The cancellation policy is based on the terms and conditions.

■ Application deadline ■

1st deadline: May 2024, 5 31nd deadline: June 2, 2024 6rd deadline: until capacity is reached
● Even before the application deadline, the deadline will be closed as soon as the capacity is reached.
● Even after the application deadline, you may be able to apply if there is a vacancy in the course, so please contact the And Vision Counselor.

■Notes■

* If you have an attendant, you will be charged a separate fee such as accommodation.Attendance fees may vary depending on the age of the student.
* If you are a minor, you will generally need to be accompanied, but please contact us.
* Please contact us if you are a group led by sensei.
* Separately, we can arrange a local language school (affiliated school) free of charge.
* Private lessons or group lessons can be arranged separately.
* Please contact an And Vision Counselor for paid rental of musical instruments.
* In addition to the above, please feel free to contact the And Vision Counselor for anything.
* This information is as of December 2024, 04.Information may change depending on the year and local circumstances, so please contact the And Vision Counselor for the latest information.
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