Summer course Music study abroad for children Training session

Mozartium College of Music Summer International Music Academy

Country: Austria
City: Salzburg

The largest workshop held by the prestigious Mozarteum University of Music along with the Salzburg Music Festival.

Students from 65 countries around the world participate in historic seminars taught by Furtwängler and Karajan every year.If you want to step up, you will be rare in the big world.
from March 2024th to May 7st
This is the largest seminar in Europe, held by Austria's prestigious Salzburg Mozarteum Academy of Music, which is also known as the alma mater of great composer Karajan. It has a history of more than 1916 years, from 100 to the present day, and its major feature is that since its inception, it has invited top-notch instructors such as Furtwängler and Karajan, piano player Friedrich Gulda, and violinist Gidon Kremer. This year's lecturers include top-class musicians from various fields. In addition to famous professors from the Mozarteum University of Music, we mainly have professors from top schools in Europe and America, including the Vienna State University of Music and Music, famous national music conservatories in various parts of Germany, and the New England Conservatory in the United States. Among them are Arie Vardi, an internationally renowned teacher and pianist who won the Georges Enescu International Competition, and Zakhar Bron, who trained famous violinists such as Maxim Vengerov and Daishin Kashimoto. More than 4 students from 65 countries around the world participate in this four-term course every year. This is a great opportunity to expand your international horizons and expand your circle of friends. To participate, you must pass a preliminary video audition. I have received information that some professors can be quite strict, so please practice enough. However, in the unlikely event that you do not pass...AndVision will transfer you to a professor who has a vacancy, so please let us know if you are interested. Tickets to the Salzburg Music Festival, which will be held during the event, are also available as an option.
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■ Workshop period ■

from March 2024th to May 7st
Phase 1: July 2024-7, 15
Phase 2: July 2024-7, 22
Phase 3: July 2024-7, 29
Phase 4: July 2024-8, 5

■ Courses held ■

Voice, lieto, piano, violin, viola, cello, flute, clarinet, bassoon, percussion instruments/marimba, organ

▽ Option
Alexander Technique, Body & Breath, Performance Training, Music Production (2nd period)

■ Number of lessons ■

Generally, it will be about 4 lessons.
* The number of hours may change depending on the level, number of students, and major of the professor and students.

■ Audition ■

It will be a video audition in advance.
* If you do not pass the audition, you will be transferred to another professor.It may not be possible to transfer due to availability or musical instruments.
*Applications will be reviewed in the order of application. If you have a desired professor, we recommend that you apply early.

■ Workshop venue ■

Mozarteum University of Music

■ Workshop schedule ■

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

<General schedule example>
Day 1: From Japan to Salzburg by car to your accommodation
Day 2: Distribution of registration documents and explanation of the seminar by local staff
Day 3: Start of training
~
End date of the course: Final concert End of the course
The day after the end of the course: Depart locally to the airport
Two days after the end of the course: Arrival in Japan

■ Pieces / Number of pieces ■

Free song
* Generally, it is recommended to bring one lesson and one song.
* The composer to be assigned may be decided by the professor.Please contact your And Vision Counselor for more information.

■ Practice room ■

Yes
*You can practice 3 hours/day for piano, and 2 hours/day for other majors. Additional charges can be added (approximately 15 to 30 euros per hour/week) (payable locally)
* And Vision local staff will assist you in making a reservation for the practice room.

■ Concert Opportunity ■

There are many selected concerts.

■ Accommodation ■

Student dormitory (single room).Includes linen, towels, shower, toilet, refrigerator and kitchen.
* Only those who apply early can arrange a student dormitory with a piano practice room (shared).
* Depending on the time of application, the student dormitory may become full, so we recommend that you apply as soon as possible.
* The pool may be available depending on the student dormitory.
* Hotels and flats can be arranged separately (charges may change).
* Since there are big events such as the Salzburg Festival in Salzburg in the summer, there are a lot of tourists and the accommodations will be full at a very early stage.The above accommodations will end as soon as the capacity is reached, so it is recommended to make an early reservation.

■ Accommodation period ■

Check-in: 2 days before the start date of the course (1 day before the start date is possible if you wish)
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 with local support from local staff
* And Vision local staff will register for the course in advance on behalf of the customer.
* Emergency contact and support is possible (additional charges may apply depending on the content, but we will explain in advance).
* Salzburg Music Festival tickets can be purchased on your behalf.The availability of tickets depends on availability, so please contact us as soon as possible if you wish.
* In addition to And Vision Salzburg local staff, telephone support for Vienna local staff is also available.

▽ Japanese interpreter during lessons
Please select with Japanese interpreter / without Japanese interpreter at the time of the lesson.
* Please note that interpretation may not be possible depending on the language spoken by the professor.In addition, the number of people who wish to have an interpreter is limited, so please apply as soon as possible.
*Interpreter is not available for option.
* If the lesson is a group lesson by the professor, an interpreter may not be available.

■ Airport transfer ■

Round-trip airport transfer included (Salzburg Airport)
* We will pick you up according to the time of your flight or train.
* It is possible to change to a transfer from Salzburg Station.

■ Professors ■

▼ Phase 1
▽ Voice
Michelle Crider
(Professor, Mozartium University of Music, Austria)

Mario Antonio Diaz Valus
(Professor, Mozartium University of Music, Austria)

daniel okrich
(Canada, singer)

▽ Piano
Rolf Progge
(Professor, Mozartium University of Music, Austria)

Connie Sea
(Professor, Mozartium University of Music, Austria)

johannes wilhelm
(Lecturer, Mozartium University of Music, Austria)

▽ Violin
Christian Altenburger
(Professor, University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Austria)

daniel owner
(Professor, Friedrich Gulda Conservatory, Austria)

Alexander Gilman
(Professor, Faculty of Music, University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland, Visiting Professor, Royal College of Music, UK)

Waydon Tong
(Professor, Central Music Academy, China)

▽ Viola
Thomas livre
(Professor, Mozartium University of Music, Austria)

▽ Cello
Konstantin Zelenin
(Professor, Friedrich Gulda Conservatory, Austria)

Rafael Rosenfeld
(Professor, Basel University of Music, Switzerland, Chief Orchestra, Tonhalle-Orchestra, Switzerland)

▽ Flute
Matthieu Gauci-Anserin
(Professor, Graz University of Music, Austria; Former Professor, Hanns Eisler College of Music, Germany; Former Principal, Komische Oper Berlin, Germany)

▽ Organ
Humphreyd Luke
(Professor, Mozartium University of Music, Austria)


▼ Phase 2
▽ Voice
Andreas McCo
(Professor, Mozartium University of Music, Austria)

janet perry
(Former Professor, Bern University of Arts, Switzerland)

▽ REIT
Christoph Straire
(Professor, Mozartium University of Music, Austria)
&
Paulina Tukiainen
(Professor, Freiburg University of Music, Germany)

▽ Piano
Yang Gottliep Iracheck
(Professor, University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Austria)

John Ji Hye
(Lecturer, Mozartium University of Music, Austria)

Leonel Morales
(Former professor, Faculty of Music, University of Alfonso

Tang Zhe
(Professor at Shanghai Conservatory of Music, China)

Andreas Weber
(Professor, Mozartium University of Music, Austria)

▽ Violin
Annelie Gale
(Professor, Mozartium University of Music, Austria)

Sylvia Markovich
(Former Professor, National University of Music, Graz, Austria)

Igor Petruschevski
(Professor, Richard Wagner Academy of Music, Austria; former professor, Royal Academy of Music, England; former professor, Queen Sofia College of Music, Spain)

Mikhail Pochekin
(Russian violist)

▽ Viola
Wilfried Strele
(Visiting Professor, Berlin University of the Arts, Germany, Former Chief of the Berlin Philharmoniker Orchestra, Germany)

▽ Cello
Farentin Ladutiu
(Professor, Karl Maria von Weber College of Music, Dresden, Germany; Principal, German Symphony Orchestra, Berlin, Germany)

▽ Bassoon
Philip Tutzer
(Professor, Austrian Anton Brookner Private University of Music, Chief of the Mozarteum Orchestra, Salzburg, Austria)


▼ Phase 3
▽ Voice
Andreas Schmidt
(Professor, Munich Conservatory of Music, Germany, Lecturer, Mozartium Conservatory, Austria, Visiting Professor, Sibelius Conservatory, Finland)

Zhou Zheng
(Professor at Shanghai Conservatory of Music, China)

▽ REIT
Christian Imler
(Professor, Faculty of Music, University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland, Former Professor, Friborg, Lausanne Conservatory, Switzerland)

▽ Piano
Ya-Fay Chan
(Professor at the Mozarteum College of Music in Austria, former professor at the New England Conservatory of Music in the United States, former associate professor at the Boston Conservatory of Music in the United States)

Robert Levin
(Professor Emeritus, Faculty of Music, Harvard University, USA, Former Professor, Juilliard School, USA)

Ray Meng
(Lecturer, Mozartium University of Music, Austria)

Leonel Morales
(Professor, Faculty of Music, University of Alfonso

Peter Ovcharov
(Professor, Yonsei University, South Korea)

▽ Violin
Zakhar Bron
(Professor, Queen Sofia University of Music, Spain, Professor, University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland, Former Professor, University of Music, Cologne, Germany, Former Professor, Zurich University of the Arts, Switzerland)

Mauro Iurato
(Part-time lecturer at Soai University, Japan)

Zograph Tadevosyan
(Former Professor of Queen Sofia Conservatory of Music, Spain, Former Professor of Catalina Gruska Conservatory of Music, Spain)

▽ Cello
Matthias Bartolomei
(Professor, Mozartium University of Music, Austria)

▽ Clarinet
Killian Herold
(Professor, Freiburg University of Music, Germany, Former Chief of the German Broadcasting Symphony Orchestra, Southwestern Germany)

<Special course for children>
▽ Piano
Andreas Weber
(Professor, Mozartium University of Music, Austria)

▽ Violin
Michaela Girardi
(Lecturer, Mozartium University of Music, Austria)

▽ Cello
Marcus Pouget
(Lecturer, Mozartium University of Music, Austria)


▼ Phase 4
▽ Voice
Vesselina Kasarova
(Swiss singer)

pumeza matikiza
(Republic of South Africa, singer)

John Thomason
(Professor, Mozartium University of Music, Austria)

Yun Kwang Chul
(Former professor, Faculty of Music, Seoul National University, South Korea)

▽ Piano
Andreas Frerich
(Professor, Cologne University of Music, Germany)

Christopher Hinterhuber
(Professor, University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Austria)

Peter Lang
(Professor Emeritus, Mozarteum University of Music, Austria)

Peter Ovcharov
(Professor, Yonsei University, South Korea)

Arie Vardi
(Professor of Hannover University of Music, Germany, Former Professor of Buchmann Mehta Music School, Tel Aviv University, Israel, Former Professor of Jerusalem Music Academy, Israel)

▽ Violin
Zakhar Bron
(Professor, Queen Sofia University of Music, Spain, Professor, University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland, Former Professor, University of Music, Cologne, Germany, Former Professor, Zurich University of the Arts, Switzerland)

Barbara Doll
(Professor, Basel University of Music, Switzerland)

Cyrillic Torsov
(Professor, Catalina Gruska Conservatory, Spain)

Michael Weimann
(Former Professor, Cologne University of Music, Germany)

▽ Cello
Orfeo Mandotzi
(Professor, Zurich University of the Arts, Switzerland, Former Professor, Würzburg University of Music, Germany)

▽Percussion instruments & marimba
Martin Grubinger
(Professor, Mozartium University of Music, Austria)

■ Qualifications ■

Nothing in particular
* "Special course for children" is up to 16 years old.

■ Price ■

With Japanese interpreter at the time of lesson: 484,740 yen (491,540 yen including tax)
No Japanese interpreter at the time of lesson: 420,250 yen (427,050 yen including tax)

▽ Option
Alexander Technique: 49,750 yen (49,750 yen including tax)
Body & breath: 41,450 yen (41,450 yen including tax)
Performance training: 41,450 yen (41,450 yen including tax)
Music production (2nd period): 55,270 yen (55,270 yen tax included)

■ What is included in the price ■

Registration fee, course fee (tuition fee, attendance fee, practice room for specified time, accompaniment fee if necessary, selected person concert appearance participation fee, concert viewing fee, completion certificate, etc.), local accommodation arrangement fee, student dormitory accommodation Fees (single room), Japanese translation fee for lessons (if selected), airport transfer fee, support service fee during local stay (telephone only), pre-course registration agency fee, first day orientation fee, overseas international remittance fee, International remittance bank receipt fee, pre-departure support service fee, set discount

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

Airfare, options, Japanese translation fee if not selected, food fee, overseas travel accident insurance fee, city travel fee, telephone fee, all personal expenses during free time, etc.

■ Price / Schedule Supplement ■

● If you would like to participate for multiple periods, please contact the And Vision Counselor.
● If you would like to have a short-term professor and want to change your accommodation period, please contact an And Vision Counselor.
●Audition fee (part of the cost) 39,000 yen (42,900 yen including tax) + actual audition fee.Even if the audition is unsuccessful, the audition fee of 39,000 yen (42,900 yen including tax) + actual audition fee will not be refunded.
● If you fail the audition, we will request a transfer to another professor.
●You can use the library of the Mozarteum College of Music for a fee (about 10 euros in cash).For details, please check locally.
● A deposit will be incurred if you use Flat Share or Flat Exclusive.After use, the deposit will be refunded if there is no damage.
● 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 ■

First deadline: February 2024, 3, 10, Second deadline: March 2024 4, Third deadline: up to capacity
●Applications will be reviewed in the order of application. If you have a desired professor, we recommend that you apply early.
● 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■

* It is possible to take multiple master classes at the same time.If you wish to take classes of multiple professors at the same time, please prepare different songs for each class.
* Class changes are not permitted after the class is held.
* Students will be awarded a diploma after the seminar.Auditors will be awarded a certificate of completion.
* 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, 02.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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