2017/10/25 - 2017/10/27
Application deadline: 2017/09/18
Active Participants: 499.00 €
Auditors: 150.00 €
Playing in a professional orchestra places special demands on string players. While soloist's qualities are expected in auditions, another kind of quality is needed for playing in the tutti section of a large orchestra. We would therefore like to offer dedicated musicians the opportunity to learn from internationally renowned musicians and successful soloists of prestigious orchestras through participation in this course, and to profit from their artistic and professional knowledge.
This master class offers participants the chance to prepare intensively and optimally for upcoming auditions. The diversity of contact with other course participants and instructors creates an ideal atmosphere for intense work, making advancements on one's instrument and making ensemble music.
- Daily individual lessons
- An accompanist
- Closing concert
- Career counseling
- Concert engagements in Berlin for the best participants
- Three days of masterclasses
- Each participant recieves daily lessons
- Group seminar event - the attendance of all participants is desired
After the completion of this masterclass, the participants will be able to play selected pieces of various stylistic periods with a high degree of technical and interpretive skill. The course allows the participants the security to master concerts through public performance and to apply their skills in relevant situations.
We welcome and invite advanced university students but also professional players to be active participants or auditors. Active participants receive lessons using literature selected by the instructors.
Maximum 10 active participants
Accommodation can be provided in Hotel Schloss Britz.
Eyal Kless, born in Israel, has performed and taught throughout the world, fast establishing himself a dynamic and versatile musician. He is the founder and 1st violinist of Israel Haydn Quartet, which is now well into a successful second season, and is former member of the Manchester Piano Quartet. Eyal has also performed with artists such as Martin Rosco, Dr. John O'Conor, Adrian Brendel and others. Eyal recently moved back to Tel Aviv, Israel. He is currently teaching at the Buchman Mehta School of Music both violin and methods of violin teaching. He previously taught at the Royal Northern College of music, Chethams School of Music (Manchester, England) and at the Royal Irish Academy of Music (Dublin, Ireland). Eyal works and performs with his father Yair Kless. His own and mutual students have won 1st prizes and are laureates of numerous international and national competitions. He gives lectures (stage fright and technical elements of playing) as well as masterclasses and concerts all over the world including Taiwan, New Zealand, USA, most of the EU countries and is invited to jury panels of international competitions. Eyal Studied in Tel Aviv with his father, Prof Yair Kless, and in Vienna with Igor Ozim, Michael Frischenschlager and Reiner Kuchl.Eyal's first professional book, "Zen and the Art of Violin Practicing", is praised by students and professionals alike. His first Novel, "Rocca’s Violin", was published in Israel. He currently signed with the Deborah Harris Literacy Agency for his latest title "The Puzzler" with an international publication in several languages due in the fall of 2018. www.eyalkless.com