St. PCP Ninth International Masterclass “European Masters and Musin Legacy” with Alexander Polishchuk and Alexander Polyanichko, December 7 – 12, 2016

St. PCP Ninth International Masterclass “European Masters and Musin Legacy” with Alexander Polishchuk and Alexander Polyanichko, December 7 – 12, 2016.

The St. PCP welcomes back to its distinguished list of guest masterclass teachers the internationally renowned conductors and teachers Alexander Polyanichko and Alexander Polishchuk. Widely known for their masterful interpretation of the European literature and continuing the legacy of the great conducting pedagogue Ilya Musin, this class represents a rare opportunity for 8 young conductors from all over the world to study with two of Russia’s most important and influential teachers.

Five days of classes and a final concert, December 7 – 12, 2016. In order to maximize podium time, the class is limited to only 8 participants (and up to 4 observers) who will be invited to work with Maestros Polishchuk and Polyanichko. The workshop will include score study sessions, conducting sessions with two pianos, conducting sessions with the orchestra, a special session for auditors and a final concert. The students of the class will be featured on the final concert as part of the St. Petersburg Chamber Philharmonic’s 2016- 2017 concert season. Each participant will receive significant podium time with two pianos and with the orchestra, as well as a certificate of participation.

Repertoire:

Bartok: Divertimento for Strings
Sibelius: Violin Concerto, Op. 47
Mozart: Symphony No. 36 in C major, K.425 “Linz”

Please visit the St. Petersburg Chamber Philharmonic website for further details, including application fees, procedures, tuition information, and requirements.

http://www.st-pcp.org/masterclass2016.asp

Application deadline for receipt of all materials and non-refundable application fee is October 10, 2016. Notification of acceptance will occur by October 17, and the tuition must be paid in full by October 31 to ensure a place in the course.

Contact: Jeffery Meyer (Artistic Director, St. Petersburg Chamber Philharmonic, Director of Orchestras, Arizona State University) at masterclass@st-pcp.org.

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