The Academy offers international master classes for all young musicians, but mainly for students of conservatories and universities of music. There is no age limit. The concept of the Academy’s master classes is based on linking European traditions of French woodwind and Czech string schools. The following seven classes will be open in 2018 – violin, viola, violoncello, flute, oboe and french horn. The music management lectures are also a part of the master classes as the management is a very important aspect of musician’s life.
THE FINANCIAL PRIZE FOT THE BEST PERFORMERS OF MUSIC WRITTEN BY B. MARTINŮ
Each of the teachers will choose the best performes of B. Martinů’s music in their class and award a financial prize of CZK 2,000.00 to him or her.
(Participants from EU and non-EU countries)
- fee for the master class: 475 €
- accommodation in a dormitory 160 €, all meals 115 €
- all services can be bought individually
Please, pay the deposit of 50 € till the 31th May 2018. The remaining amount have to be paid till the 30th June 2018.
Bank account for €: 115-2025570287/0100
IBAN : CZ04 0100 0001 1520 2557 0287
SWIFT CODE : KOMBCZPPXXX
Variable symbol – date of birth (ex. 03121990)
Specific symbol – 001 (a symbol for participation in masterclasses)
Please, enter your NAME and SURNAME as a message for recipient while paying.
You’ll be admitted to courses after providing a confirmation of payment when registering at the academy office.
Still not 18? No problem!
ACCOMMODATION AND MEAL
Accommodation and catering facilities are found in the University Centre Telč, which is located in the beautiful premises of the former Jesuit college, right in the historic center. There are modern, fully equipped rooms and also a café in the picturesque courtyards and arcades.
The alternative is recently also an accommodation in a newly renovated premises Panský dvůr Telč, which is about 5 minutes walk from the centre. It features a cafe, exhibition hall, rope park and a climbing wall.
COMPOSITIONS RECOMMENDED FOR STUDYING
Masterclasses focus also on the interpretation of music written by Bohuslav Martinů. Each of the teachers will choose the student who can best interpret the music of B. Martinů in their class and award a financial prize of CZK 2,000.00 to him or her. In addition to the optional world repertoire, the following selected pieces by B. Martinů are recommended for study:
Works for violin and viola:
– Five Madrigal Stanzas for violin a piano, H. 297
– Sonata for violin and piano C major, H. 120, 233
– Rhythmic Etudes for violin and piano, H. 202
– Impromptu for violin and piano, H. 166, 233
– Five short works for violin and piano, H. 188, 233
– Arietta for violin and piano, H. 188 A, 233
– Sonatina for violin and piano G major, H. 262, 233
– Intermezzo. Four works for violin and piano, H. 261, 233
– Sonata for viola and piano No. 1, H. 355
– Rhapsody – Concerto for viola and orchestra, H. 337
Works for violoncello:
– Sonata for violoncello and piano No. 1, H. 277
– Sonata for violoncello and piano No. 2, H. 286
– Variations on a Slovak folksong for violoncello and piano, H. 378
– Variations on Rossini’s theme for violoncello and piano, H. 290
Works for wind instruments:
– Sonata for flute and piano, H. 306
– Scherzo for flute and piano (Divertimento 1)
– Concerto for oboe and small orchestra, H. 353
– Three madrigals (Duo No. 1) for violin and viola, H. 313
– Duo No. 2 for violin and viola, H. 331
– Divertimento for violin, viola and chamber orchestra, H. 215
– Serenade E major for strings, op. 22
– Trio for flute, violoncello and piano, H. 300
– Quartet for oboe, violin, violoncello and piano, H. 315
– String quartets č. 1 – 6 (selection)
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