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Paris International Music Academy

Country: France
City: Paris

You can learn without audition, centered on the professors of the Paris National Conservatory of Music, which is the highest in France, and the Paris Conservatory of Paris.

If you aspire to art, a little over a week of workshops will be held in Paris, a city you'd want to visit at least once.Not only can you improve your performance, but it is also ideal for preparing for entrance exams for the French Conservatoire, competitions and concerts.
from March 2024th to May 2st
Professors from the Conservatoire National Supérieure de Paris, which is in the highest position in the French music education system, the Paris Regional Conservatory, the Paris Conservatory, and the prestigious private Ecole Normale Conservatory in Paris played a central role. This is an attractive course with a strong team of instructors.For example, he is an international pianist who graduated from the Paris Conservatoire and the Hannover Conservatory, won the Maria Callas International Competition, and is a professor at the Lausanne Conservatoire in Switzerland. He has also recorded with Naxos, a violinist in the Paris region. I'm looking forward to the unique guidance of sensei musicians who have inherited various traditions, such as Stéphanie Morally, a professor at the Conservatory of Music, and Sophie Hervé, a professor at the Charpentier Conservatory in the 18th arrondissement, who is very popular in Paris as a voice professor.Course subjects include piano, violin, flute, vocal music, music theory/harmony/improvisation.There is no doubt that lessons from leading professors such as those from the Paris Conservatoire will be useful for entrance exams to any French conservatory.You can also take an optional competition simulation class, which is perfect for musicians aiming to become professionals.There are no special qualifications for taking the course, and any skill level or age is welcome.There are no auditions.The course will be held in Paris, so if you have some free time, it would be a good idea to visit the conservatory of your choice or take a walk around Paris.You will also have the opportunity to listen to many concerts while learning French music.It is perfect not only for studying abroad, but also for improving your skills before competitions and concerts.It will be held at the Vincennes Conservatory near Paris.
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■ Workshop period ■

from March 2024th to May 2st
Phase 1: July 2024-2, 12
Phase 2: July 2024-4, 8
Phase 3: July 2024-7, 15
Phase 4: July 2024-8, 22

■ Courses held ■

Piano, piano duo (four hands), violin, viola, harp, flute, saxophone, voice, music theory/harmony/improvisation
* Piano accompaniment, first look, improvisation, and harmony can be selected as an option (beginner / advanced).

■ Number of lessons ■

Generally, it will be about 3 to 5 private lessons.
* The number of hours may change depending on the level, number of students, and major of the professor and students.
* Majors that require accompaniment include 30 minutes x 3 accompaniment.If you wish, you can add it as an option.

■ Audition ■

None
* Generally, anyone can take this course.However, some professors may review the documents.

■ Workshop venue ■

Vincennes Conservatory (near Paris)

■ Workshop schedule ■

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

<General schedule example>
Day 1: Depart from Japan and arrive at your accommodation
Day 2: Start of the course Schedule will be decided after the meeting with the course registration sensei
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Day 9: Generally scheduled for each class concert
Day 10: Local departure to the airport
Day 11: Arrival in Japan

■ Pieces / Number of pieces ■

Free song.The number of songs is free within the time.Generally, please prepare 3 or more songs.

■ Practice room ■

Yes (can be used as long as there is space)
* If you want to use the practice room without fail, select an additional practice room with a piano (2 room for 1 people, about 1 hours a day) as an option.

■ Concert Opportunity ■

Depending on the professor, there will be a concert by selected students on the final day (planned).
* The end concert may not be held depending on the professor.

■ Accommodation ■

Flat share (single room).With meal (morning)
* And Vision will arrange a flat share where you can practice as much as possible.We may be able to arrange a flat share with a piano.Depending on the time of application, we may not be able to arrange the desired flat share, so we recommend that you apply as soon as possible.
*If you cannot practice on the flat, please use the optional practice room.
* It is possible to change to a hotel at an additional charge.

■ Accommodation period ■

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

■ Japanese interpreter / local support ■

▽ Local support
And Vision Local staff with telephone support (telephone only)

▽ Interpretation during lessons
Please select with or without Japanese interpretation at the time of the lesson.
* If you choose to have a Japanese interpreter, we will accompany you to the class and interpret, interpret at the meeting with sensei before the first lesson, and interpret at the private lesson.The price does not change depending on the number of lessons.
* Interpretation for group lessons such as options is not possible.

■ Airport transfer ■

Round-trip airport transfer included (Paris Airport)

■ Professors ■

▼ Phase 1
▽ Piano
Hiroko Fukui
(Lecturer, Hanns Eisler University of Music, Germany)

Yug Leclerc
(Professor, City Conservatory of Paris, France)

Florence Millet
(Professor, Cologne University of Music, Germany)

David Saudubry
(Professor, National Conservatory of Music, Paris, France, Professor, City Conservatory of Paris, France)

Johann Schmidt
(Professor, Royal Conservatory of Music, Brussels, Belgium)

▽ Violin
Eric Crumb
(Professor, National Academy of Music, Paris, France)

Sae Yamamoto Marie
(Professor of Saint-Maur-des-Fosse Regional Conservatory of Music, France, Former Professor of Regional Conservatory of Paris, France)

▽ Flute
Josephine Poncelan
(Chief of the Orchester National de France, France)

▽ Voice
Robert Expert
(Professor, National High Conservatory of Music, Lyon, France, Professor, Bobigny Conservatory, France)

Daniel Ottevaere
(Professor, Ecole Normal Conservatory, France, Professor, Valenciennes Conservatory, France)

Ruth Rozik
(Spanish singer)

Jean Francois Roussillon
(Professor at the Conservatoire de Lausanne, Switzerland; Professor at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels, Belgium; Professor at the Nantes Regional Conservatory, France)

▽ Music theory / Harmony / Improvisation
Nicola Jorti
(Professor, Aubervilliers La Courneuve, France, Professor, Paris Mozart Conservatory, France)


▼ Phase 2
▽ Piano
Sandra Shamuu
(Professor, Nanterre Conservatory, France)

Yug Leclerc
(Professor, City Conservatory of Paris, France)

▽ Violin
Stephanie Marie Dugan
(Professor at the National Conservatoire de Paris, France, former professor at the Caen Regional Conservatory, France)

▽ Viola
Anne-Aurore Anstedt
(Professor at the Paris Regional Conservatory, France, member of the Orchester National Opera de Paris, France)

▽ Voice
Daniel Ottevaere
(Professor, Ecole Normal Conservatory, France, Professor, Valenciennes Conservatory, France)

▽ Music theory / Harmony / Improvisation
Nicola Jorti
(Professor, Aubervilliers La Courneuve, France, Professor, Paris Mozart Conservatory, France)


▼ Phase 3
▽ Piano
Louise Akiri
(Professor, Frederick Chopin Conservatory, 15th arrondissement, Paris, France)

Sandra Shamuu
(Professor, Nanterre Conservatory, France)

Johann Schmidt
(Professor, Royal Conservatory of Music, Brussels, Belgium)

▽Piano duo (duet)
Hans Peter Stentsul
(Professor, Stuttgart University of Music, Germany, Professor, Rostock University of Music, Germany)

▽ Harp
Anne Sophie Bertrand
(Visiting Professor, Royal Academy of Music, UK, Chief, Frankfurt Radio Symphony, Germany)

▽ Voice
Daniel Ottevaere
(Professor, Ecole Normal Conservatory, France, Professor, Valenciennes Conservatory, France)

▽ Music theory / Harmony / Improvisation
Nicola Jorti
(Professor, Aubervilliers La Courneuve, France, Professor, Paris Mozart Conservatory, France)


▼ Phase 4
▽ Piano
Pascal Godart
(Professor, Lausanne Conservatory of Music, Switzerland)

Yug Leclerc
(Professor, City Conservatory of Paris, France)

Olivier Muran
(Professor at the Nancy Regional Conservatory, France)

▽ Violin
Stephanie Marie Dugan
(Professor, National Academy of Music, Paris, France)
* From August 2024th to August 8th, 22

Catherine Montier
(Professor of the National Conservatory of Music in Paris, France, Professor of the Boulogne-Billancourt Regional Conservatory of Music, France)

Stephanie Morary
(Professor, National Conservatory of Music, Paris, France, Professor, City Conservatory of Paris, France)

▽ Harp
Ghislaine Petit-Volta
(Professor, City Conservatory of Paris, France)

▽ Flute
Patricia Nagle
(Professor, Ecole Normal Conservatory, France)

▽ Saxophone
Jean-Michel Guri
(Professor, Boulogne-Billancourt Regional Conservatory, France)

▽ Voice
Emily Andre
(Professor, Amiens Regional Conservatory, France)

Robert Expert
(Professor, National High Conservatory of Music, Lyon, France, Professor, Bobigny Conservatory, France)

Sophie Elve
(Professor, Charpentier Conservatory, 18th arrondissement, Paris, France, Former professor, Saint-Saens Conservatory, 8th arrondissement, Paris, France)

Daniel Ottevaere
(Professor, Ecole Normal Conservatory, France, Professor, Valenciennes Conservatory, France)

▽ Music theory / Harmony / Improvisation
Nicola Jorti
(Professor, Aubervilliers La Courneuve, France, Professor, Paris Mozart Conservatory, France)

■ Qualifications ■

Nothing in particular

■ Price ■

With Japanese interpreter at the time of lesson: 600,740 yen (607,540 yen including tax)
No Japanese interpreter at the time of lesson: 492,480 yen (499,280 yen including tax)

▽ Option
Piano practice room: 32,810 yen (32,810 yen including tax)
4 lessons added: 103,910 yen (103,910 yen including tax)
2 lessons added: 57,420 yen (57,420 yen including tax)
One additional accompaniment fee: 1 yen (8,500 yen including tax)
Piano accompaniment / first look / improvisation / harmony (advanced): 93,610 yen (93,610 yen including tax)
Piano accompaniment / first look / improvisation / harmony (beginner): 38,280 yen (38,280 yen including tax)

■ What is included in the price ■

Course fee (tuition fee, audit fee, practice room fee, accompaniment fee if necessary, selected person concert appearance participation fee if there is a concert, concert viewing fee if there is a concert, certificate of completion, etc.), local Accommodation arrangement fee, flat share accommodation fee (single room: practice possible), meal fee (morning), registration accompanying interpretation service (if you choose with interpreter), local Japanese interpreter fee (if you choose with interpreter), (interpretation) (If you select with) First meeting with sensei Interpretation fee, airport transfer fee, support service fee during your stay (phone 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, options, Japanese interpretation fee (if you do not select with interpretation), interpretation fee at the time of course registration (if you do not select with interpretation), initial meeting interpretation fee with sensei (if you do not select with interpretation), overseas Travel accident insurance, city travel, telephone, 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 ■

8st deadline: 6 weeks before the start date of each period XNUMXnd deadline: XNUMX weeks before the start date of each period XNUMXrd deadline: up to capacity
● 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, 06.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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