Age limit: 30 years
Online video audition (preferable): May 31
Entrance examination: August 2 – 9 a.m.
For the entrance examination, candidates will be required to present:
a) The first movement of a classical concerto of the candidate’s choice.
b) One of G.P. Telemann’s Fantasias
c) The solo from the second movement of the Brahms Violin Concerto op. 77
The repertoire of the seminar will extend from Couperin to Berio and students will be able to undertake an in-depth study of pieces of their choice. These pieces should be listed in advance at letter B on the application form.
In addition to individual lessons, there will also be daily general meetings dedicated to the analysis and interpretation of the following great works from the following repertoire:
- J.S. Bach Sonata in B minor BWV 1030
- W.A. Mozart Concerto in C. K 314
- R. Schumann Romances op. 94
- R. Strauss Concerto in D major
- L. Berio Sequenza VII