International Conducting Masterclass with Maestro Alim Shakh (Russia, St. Petersburg) and The Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra (Czech Republic). Masterclass will take place in Olomouc – beautiful town from the UNESCO list.

International Conducting Masterclass with Maestro Alim Shakh (Russia, St. Petersburg) and The Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra (Czech Republic). Masterclass will take place in Olomouc – beautiful town from the UNESCO list.

It is 7-day orchestral conducting masterclass for students and professional conductors lead by Maestro Alim Shakh: http://www.mariinsky.ru/en/company/conductors/alim_shakh/.
There is no age limit for participants.
Masterclass includes orchestral rehearsals, individual lessons with two piano players, Dress rehearsal and Final concert.

REPERTOIRE
W.A. Mozart – Die Zauberfloete (Ouverture)
C. M. von Weber, Ouverture d’Oberon
L. Beethoven – Symphony No. 2
P.Tchaikovsky – Symphony No. 5
P.Tchaikovsky – Concerto for violin and orchestra
S. Prokofiev – Romeo and Juliet (Suite No. 2)

SCHEDULE
26.6 – arriving, accommodation, opening of the masterclass.
27.6 – individual lessons, analysis of conducting techniques, lessons with two piano players.
28.6 – individual lessons, analysis of conducting techniques, lessons with two piano players.
29.6 – orchestra rehearsal, rehearsal with piano players,
30.6 – orchestra rehearsal, rehearsal with piano players,
1.7 – orchestra rehearsal with the soloist, rehearsal with two piano players and the soloist. individual lessons,
2.7 – Dress rehearsal, Final public concert

All the sessions with the symphonic orchestra will be video recorded, anyway, conductors are welcomed to bring their own camera during the rehearsals.

Number of Active Participants is limited to 10.

DEADLINE: May 1st, 2015.

For more information about the masterclass please, visit the site: http://conductingmasterclasses.eu/

The masterclass is organized by Euterpe Artists Agency, please mail us to conductingmasterclasses.eu@gmail.com  or info@conductingmasterclasses.eu

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